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excel 2003 taken over by someone


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Hopefully, someone else has encountered this. Something has taken over my excel (probably all of 2003 Office)
and running micros in the commands ruining my ability to edit, etc.

I ran a Hijack this log and it shows up. I posted the log in the Hijack log forum.

I can only guess this is a backdoor trojan. I've ran Mcaffee, AVG, TrendMicro, Spybot. All showing nothing.

HELP!
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Major Payne

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Have you completed the walkthrough with the Malware people yet and been declared cleaned?

Ron
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Hi Ron,

No, not yet. Just posted it today.

Thanks
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OK. The Malware section is very busy, so please be patient. If after 3 days you have received no help, please post in The Waiting Room. I take it you have visited the M$ Office site and gotten all the updates?

Ron

Corrected spelling.

Edited by Major Payne, 12 October 2007 - 12:50 PM.

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Posted to the malware topic - there is malware in the log, so we'll get that addressed.
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