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Run32.dll deleted,Poss IS2010 infection, Severe malware infections

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I had some possible fake security update pop-ups from myspace,or icefilms and I could run Superantispyware so I did and it picked up 3 things to delete on reboot. So I clicked reboot then after that my Run32dll file was missing.

The only program I could open was firefox. I couldn't run any exe files. I have an HP computer that doesn't give you a windows XP disc, so I did a Windows restore in F-10 because it said it could save my files and just reinstall windows.

So, I recovered XP and I think that was a bad idea. I went to Microsoft and downloaded SP3 and all the security updates for windows, even Microsoft security essentials (which picked up several severe infections including:

Backdoor:win32/Zonebac.gen!F- (Location C:programfiles\Quicktime\qttask.exe)

Trojan: Win 32/Fakespypro
Trojan: Win32/Fakeream
VirTool:Win32/Obfuscator.Dy - (Location- containerfile: C:windows\s.dll file:C:windows\s.dll file C:windows\s.dll.> CVFS:nistrator.dll)
Trojan: Win32/malagent (location C:\info.exe

I ran threw the IS2010 removal guide and it came up clean.
Redownloaded MBAM and it doesnt find anything, nor does superantispyware. I know my PC feels off though.
Should I just reformat?

Edited by jbz333, 10 February 2010 - 08:06 PM.

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