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Windows XP Pro malware/virus


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Sumarie

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I have been getting continual trojans and malware for a couple of weeks. Have been running AVG and Malwarebites daily in safe mode to try to remove them. (Also performed the ATF cleaner and set system and regedit restore points. I believe I updated to latest Windows Updates except SP3) Noticed multiple IExplorer processes running as system and hearing multiple mouse-clicks and experiencing slow-downs. I removed IExplorer and elminated the mouse clicks. Since that time have not connected to internet until now. I am posting a highjack this log below to determine if I still have problems. Should I enable IExplorer again? Please let me know if I should send other logs. This site seems to be a wonderful thing, I hope that you can help me!
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Hello Sumarie,

You will need to post in the malware removal forum. You will need to complete the steps listed first

I recommend that you proceed to the malware removal forum.

Follow the link below and follow the steps first.

After completing an expert from that forum will assist you in the cleaning of your system.

http://www.geekstogo...-Log-t2852.html

Please follow the steps listed in the thread as you may be able to clear most or all of your problem.

If your are still having problem after running the various steps and scans then you will be able to post a

log for one of the experts to examine. Once following the steps and posting the logs please

be patient as that is a busy forum.
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