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Virtumonde/Vundo .. help with HJT log? [CLOSED]


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elsbells

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Hi everyone,

I would really appreciate some help; i've got my self into a pickle!! This morning my faithful computer informed me that it had a virus ("virus found Vundo") so i popped them in the virus vault. I also ran a spyware check- appears i also have Virtumonde (which i understand to be the same thing or similar!) so I also popped that in the vault!

Now i keep getting these messages that say it can't run a .dll file (along with the associated ads!)

So i've tried fixvondu, and a number of other removals - they can't even see that i have a problem.. which clearly i do!
So i have downloaded hijak this.. and would like to remove it manually.. I understand roughly how i would do this, but i'd like some help in identifying my problem files!! If i post the output file from Hijackthis.. can someone please help me identify which files are infected? I have read the HJT post requirements, and hope i have cleaned everything necessary.

Thanks!

:)


oh .. also just did a self test using microsofts online thing and it claims i have :Trojan:Win32/Vundo.gen!H... thoughts?

Thank you!!

Edited by elsbells, 31 May 2008 - 03:50 PM.

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fenzodahl512

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Hello elsbells, my name is fenzodahl512 and welcome to Geekstogo..

Please have a read at this topic and do all the preliminary steps given.

If you are using Windows Vista, or if you are using XP and already have Service Pack 1a or later, please ignore Step Three: Windows Updates and continue with Step Four: Reboot - Test

It should handle about 70% of your malware problem.. Should the problem still exist, please post a fresh HijackThis log here as shown in the Step Five: Posting a Hijack This Log.. Thank you :)

Regards
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