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Win32/cycbot.b backdoor - removal?


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Figured it out.

Sorry for the extra posts...it just looked very shady.

Edited by praxidice, 19 July 2011 - 10:05 PM.

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Hello,

Everything is running fine except for one random thing: Adobe Acrobat tries to install/configure every time I start it. This didn't happen until after I completed all the steps from your last post.

What do you think?

Thanks!
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Odd. I'm not sure why you are seeing anything from Acrobat. Supposed to be Adobe Reader these days. You might try uninstalling Acrobat.com

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Acrobat is working fine now. Acrobat.com is not, but that is not a huge problem. As long as you don't think it's related to the problem we were working on here.

So, things are running smoothly and I think things are okay! For now, that is. Thank you very much for all your help!!!
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