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Spy.Zbot.Yeth & Vundo.GRB!


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This computer currently has the Trojan Spy.Zbot.YETH
I can access its positioning. But as it is a currently running/or copy-written program, and involved components, (Access Denied on deletion) I cannot delete it. The infection is bad enough, that i cannot log into my Main User and am currently on a guest user.
Any suggestions, or help would be great, and i will agree to dload or post any hijack this logs. I haven't ever done one before, the computer is normally safe.

Thanks,
Bill Harris

Edited by Octagonal, 23 May 2009 - 06:59 PM.
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This computer as of two days ago, ran faster than any comp i've had before.
Then i got something calling itself Spy.Zbot.YETH
It created a firewall error registry? Now when i load my admin login. This loads first, then it loads the virus, and then i am unable to do anything else. The start buttons/desktop icons/taskbar, ALL of them go at such a slow pace, you arent even able to open taskmgr. or anything at all. I cant open Ie of course i hope you understand. The guest login contains the same error? Or virus, but it opens after the rest of my things load. So unless i will be completely reformatting, which i do not know how to do. I would like to change my administrator to the other login.
Hopefully then, i can run the setups for other virus scans? because i cant access them on this login, and definately cant run on the other.
Thanks,
Bill Harris
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