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Bagle mdelk.exe, german.exe, wintem.exe

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I've looked everywhere on the internet and tried many things but still cannot find a solution. A colleague has told me how excellent the response and advice is you give

The issue I have is as follows

I notice my laptop was running very slowly, I tried to run Norton to check it but realised it was not running. On trying to restart I received the message not valid Windows32 application.

I uninstalled Norton and purchased Kaspersky and installed but get the same message

I notice I have the following process running WinTems.exe, standard task manager will not kill this so I use APT and killed this.

I have run numerous online scans, BitDefender, KasperSky, Panda, Housecall and tried removing this way

I have the mdelk.exe file in my Windows\system32 folder and canít remove this

If I run XoftSpySE I get the message

Bagle IX Worm, Registry Key, software\firstrun
Downloader Bagle GI Trojan, Registry Value, software\microsoft\windows\currentversion\run\german.exe

When looking at the registry these do not exist

When I reboot windows I get a pop up appear asking what file I want to crack?

Iím now at a loss and hoping you can help out


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It seems that you may have some sort of malware :) I have noticed you posted this in the Malware Removal forum, but, there is no HJT log suplied with it. Try posting a HJT log in the Malware Removal forum. (Read this topic before you post the log though.


Edited by david28, 17 March 2008 - 04:44 AM.

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