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Root kit infection


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cbt1124

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I believe my 3 pc's are infected with a root kit. I have wiped the drives and wrote zero's to them on 2 of the 3. formatted them with ntfs then loaded the os from disc supplied from mfg. I have in my registry under HKEY_USERS the following entries.
.DEFAULT
S-1-5-18
S-1-5-19
S-1-5-19_CLASSES
S-1-5-20
S-1-5-20_CLASSES
S-1-5-21


Please Help,
Steve
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Troy

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Hi cbt1124 and welcome to Geeks to Go! We can help you check your computer, no problems. Would you please follow all instructions on the following link:

http://www.geekstogo...-Log-t2852.html

and then if you still have problems, post in that forum. Keep all malware related topics in that forum only.
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