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replicating .tmp files in my c:\windows\system32 folder


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I have tried doing everything to get rid of these files.

Killbox.exe doesnt recognize them as existing files.

Bitdefender is constantly showing me pop-ups for blocking them, but when I scan the .tmp files, all bit defender can do is quarantine them for a bit.

These .tmp files are really messing up my computer, there are numerous error windows which reference to the system 32 folder.

I really need help killing these files premanently. Also, a in-depth description of what these files are, and how they got on my computer would be a great bonus.

Thank you very much.

So far the following is a list of the .tmp files i have on my comp:
Bitdefender recognizes them all as "Generic.Malware"

is-1IHLT.tmp
is-2S202.tmp
is-3Q8IG.tmp
is-4FH3S.tmp
is-8G0SP.tmp
is-9CT1B.tmp
is-83Q2V.tmp
is-GK47A.tmp
is-H1B5B.tmp
is-KRIN7.tmp
is-LOEC5.tmp
is-PUOVG.tmp
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Forgot this.

Here is my hijackthis.log.


Included is a picture of an error that pops up which is most likely caused by the malware files that are in my system32 folder.

HELP!

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