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BankerFox.A, Win32/Nugel.E, Security Warnings/Alerts [Closed]


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lindsey91

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Suddenly I am getting endless popups from Windows Security Center about a virus saying
Attack from: 134.99.148.166, port 13737
Attacked port: 17851
Threat: BankerFox.A

Attack from: 116.91.51.197, port 15088
Attacked port: 38493
Threat: Wind32/Nugel F

and there may have been more that were different.

I am also getting countless security warnings saying "Application cannot be executed. The filed wuauclt.exe is infected." The file changes frequently, it has also said rstrui.exe, verclsid.exe, and more.

If I try to open System Restore, or even Task Manager, the window pops for a split second and disappears before I can see or do anything.

The same thing is happening when I try to download antivirus software. When I try to run these programs, they disappear almost immediately.

I am also getting several internet pop ups now. I'm unsure what to try.

Thank you!

(Also, I viewed the Malware and Spyware Cleaning Guide and I downloaded TFC and MalwareBytes' Anti-Malware. I was unable to run either of these - they would pop up and quickly disappear. I tried renaming mbam.exe, but the problem persists. I get an alert "Application cannot be executed. The file mbam.exe is infected." When I change the name, the name in the alert just changes. I also downloaded ERUNT but couldn't even get past setup without the window disappearing.)

Update- since Firefox was working, I renamed mbam.exe to firefox.exe and was able to run MalwareBytes' Anti-Malware. For now, everything seems to be working.

Edited by lindsey91, 12 May 2010 - 10:50 AM.

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Hi lindsey91,

Welcome to Geeks To Go!

My name is mpascal, and I will be helping you fix your problem.

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Can you try downloading and running MBAM in safe mode.
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