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winlogon.exe -> explorer.exe problem and internet script error


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OK, i followed the steps in the guide and found loads of virus/ spyware. I am reposting what i found here from a different thread. This is what I wrote;





Hi, i have followed the guide you directed me to, I found loads of viruses and spyware. I forgot to save the report on one of the programs but luckily i wrote down what viruses were detected with the programs...

These were detected by AVG AntiSpyware 7.5
Dropper.Delf.xo
Backdoor.Hupigon
Not-A-Virus.Monitor.Win32.perflogger.ad
Proxy.Agent.kj
Not-A-Virus.Monitor.Win32.perflog.al
Logger.Perflogger.ab
Adware.LookMe
Logger.Perflogger.i

(16 files) ^^

I then ran the online Panda spyware program which removed a further 3 these were..

Adware:adware/statblaster (not disinfected)
Virus:Trj/SpaBot.AI (disinfected)
Virus:Generic Trojan (disinfected)

Then using SUPERAntiSpyware
Adware.Tracking Cookie (5 entries)

Then with AVG AntiVirus these were detected

Trojan horse Downloader.Agent.9.P (C:\WINDOWS\system32\systemr.exe)
Trojan horse Proxy.LOC (C:\Documents and settings\Chris\Local Settings\Temp\~DP23.exe)
Trojan horse Proxy.LOC (C:\Documents and settings\Chris\Local Settings\Temp\~DP23.exe)
Trojan horse PSW.Perfloger.C (C:\WINDOWS\system32\systemhk.dll)

The thing is my Winlogon problem (which I dont think i previouly mentioned has been sorted, but the Windows explorer problem is worse as as soon as i boot up my pc, the error occurs that Windows Explorer has encountered an error even when I am not using Windows Explorer!. Now everytime i start my PC i also get an Internet Explorer script error and sometimes i get the 'restore my active desktop' after clicking yes/no.


Thanks for any help you may provide
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