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Zlob trojan horse might be on my Vista...


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AccidentalClick

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Ack, I have a bad feeling I downloaded the zlob trojan horse on my computer... And unfortunately, I don't have the brains to check if it really is there or not...

So... I'll post a history of what happened. Hopefully that'll help.


- Downloaded something called "setup", from wmadirection.com.
- Tried to install, but soon after, found out that it has zlob. As there was no installation window, I didn't know what to do and tried to delete the file.
- File refused to be deleted, left it alone for a while.
- Download manager appears, saying the "setup" had not been installed properly. I clicked Cancel.
- Tried to delete file again, but "setup" disappeared.
- Computer slowed down. Programs froze. Restarted computer.
- Computer restarted, but now VERY slow. Nothing else noticeable.
- Ran virus scan. Nothing detected. Currently running spyware scan.

None of the files: nvctrl.exe, msmsgs.exe, hp[X].tmp, msvol.tlb, ncompat.tlb, RSA, Protect, vnp7s.net, zxserv0.com, and dumpserv.com appear. However, empty files dated back to 2007 and 2006 appear as RSA and Protect.

Any help?
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Jacee

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Yes...
Download HijackThis™ here:
http://www.trendsecu.../hijackthis.php

Right click on it and choose "Run as Administrator". Click 'Do a System Scan and Save logfile'.
The HJT log will open in notepad.

Copy and paste the contents of the HJT log into a NEW TOPIC Here

Please be patient as we have a lot of people with malware infections!
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