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hidden objects runniing , infected files in windows 32


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hey guys,
today i installed something after scanning it with avira premium suite and superantispyware, once it installed Avira was going nuts . Avira caught a few active malware but it couldnt stop them: many were in the registry , one i also remember drivers\cdrom was infected too It asked me to reboot and i did but now it says there are 48 hidden objects on pc. Moreover , something called Anti malware doctor tried to disguise itself as windows updates i rejected it but i found it on desktop as i installed it. I also found 2 ddlhost running in the background

I know you guys dont like people using combofix without a permission but i did due to the reasons above

When i used it , it was waylaid by Avira although i deactivated it.
Combofix managed to finish scanning till Avira stopped catchme.tmp from connecting online

From the log i realized it stopped the hidden objects scanner so i uninstalled Avira completly and used combofix for a second time

I will upload both logs now

I would be glad if you could give them a look

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Edited by blink10, 07 July 2011 - 12:47 PM.

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the newly installed Avira says there are no hidden objects at all but the Tr\trash Gen that i have been having on my pc for 4 months is still here.
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