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Hi Zuluguen,

Well all the files were created around the same time and all have the same size - 0. These files were probably created by some infection or the other. It is quite possible that some anti-virus or anti-spyware program cleaned them up (i.e. deleted the contents of the files without deleting them).

Took me some time to verify that each and every file was bad / not required.

All the files can be deleted. However it would be very tedious for you to locate and delete all the files. So I have prepared a batch file for you.

Please copy the following in a text file in Notepad and save it as delexe.bat (Make sure that the save as type is set to All Files) -

@echo off
del /q C:\Windows\addam32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\addeg.exe
del /q C:\Windows\addhf32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\addjb.exe
del /q C:\Windows\addkt32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\addle32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\addmb.exe
del /q C:\Windows\addnk32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\addnv32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\addoe.exe
del /q C:\Windows\addsp32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\addug.exe
del /q C:\Windows\apiab.exe
del /q C:\Windows\apicv32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\apier.exe
del /q C:\Windows\apifl32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\apixi.exe
del /q C:\Windows\appkl.exe
del /q C:\Windows\applw.exe
del /q C:\Windows\appns.exe
del /q C:\Windows\apppm.exe
del /q C:\Windows\apprh.exe
del /q C:\Windows\appsl.exe
del /q C:\Windows\appsx.exe
del /q C:\Windows\appur.exe
del /q C:\Windows\appvk32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\appxm32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\atlaw32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\atloh32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\atlqo.exe
del /q C:\Windows\atlux.exe
del /q C:\Windows\atlzg.exe
del /q C:\Windows\crfb.exe
del /q C:\Windows\crfj.exe
del /q C:\Windows\d3iq.exe
del /q C:\Windows\d3jp.exe
del /q C:\Windows\d3nb32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\d3nr.exe
del /q C:\Windows\d3od.exe
del /q C:\Windows\d3pi32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\d3tg.exe
del /q C:\Windows\d3ti32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\d3tw32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\d3zh32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\d3zi.exe
del /q C:\Windows\ieaa.exe
del /q C:\Windows\iebu32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\ieev32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\iegk.exe
del /q C:\Windows\ieke32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\iemr32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\ierc.exe
del /q C:\Windows\iewf.exe
del /q C:\Windows\ieyz.exe
del /q C:\Windows\ipbs.exe
del /q C:\Windows\ipcu.exe
del /q C:\Windows\ipie32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\ipih32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\ippd32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\ipsw32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\ipym.exe
del /q C:\Windows\javaff32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\javaja.exe
del /q C:\Windows\javapc32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\javaqu32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\javase32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\javaww.exe
del /q C:\Windows\mfcem32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\mfcex32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\mfcgo32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\mfckw32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\mfclz.exe
del /q C:\Windows\mfcql32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\mfcve32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\mfcxv32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\mseu32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\msgw.exe
del /q C:\Windows\msir32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\msjv.exe
del /q C:\Windows\mske32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\msmn32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\msop32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\msrb32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\mszt.exe
del /q C:\Windows\mszu32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\netbp.exe
del /q C:\Windows\netbu.exe
del /q C:\Windows\netda32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\netey.exe
del /q C:\Windows\netgp32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\netiz32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\netlh.exe
del /q C:\Windows\netns32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\netof.exe
del /q C:\Windows\ntai.exe
del /q C:\Windows\nteq.exe
del /q C:\Windows\ntod32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\ntqr32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\ntri32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\nttm32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\ntxt.exe
del /q C:\Windows\ntyz.exe
del /q C:\Windows\sdkck32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\sdkfl32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\sdkhy.exe
del /q C:\Windows\sdkka.exe
del /q C:\Windows\sdklh.exe
del /q C:\Windows\sdkpl32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\sdkun32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\sdkys.exe
del /q C:\Windows\sdkzj.exe
del /q C:\Windows\sysbd.exe
del /q C:\Windows\sysbv32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\sysge.exe
del /q C:\Windows\syshe32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\sysjx32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\sysjy.exe
del /q C:\Windows\sysmd32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\syspp32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\sysuh.exe
del /q C:\Windows\sysxz32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\winak32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\wincu.exe
del /q C:\Windows\wincx32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\wineq32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\winge.exe
del /q C:\Windows\winni32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\winnq32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\winoo.exe
del /q C:\Windows\winqx32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\winve32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\winvm.exe
del /q C:\Windows\winxh.exe
del /q C:\Windows\winxx.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\adddd32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\addef.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\addos.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\addox.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\addtg32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\apiaf.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\apian.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\apibh32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\apidh.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\apiem32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\apier32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\apifh.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\apill32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\apimi.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\apipu32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\apirg32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\apisp32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\apisy32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\apivb32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\apivk32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\apiwt.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\apiyd.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\apiyy.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\apizt32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\appaa32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\appcv.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\appdi.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\appjh32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\appko32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\appyf.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\atlau.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\atldg32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\atlgk.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\atlhj32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\atlyy32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\crbv32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\crfv.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\crmu32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\cron.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\crqf.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\crqw32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\crzg32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\d3db.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\d3gj.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\d3hh.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\d3mh32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\d3nr32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\d3qs32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\d3yy32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\iegh.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\iejd.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\ienw32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\ieop.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\iero32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\ieuh.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\ieyx32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\iple.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\ippm32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\ipuc32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\ipuj32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\javadf32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\javaht.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\javajg.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\javajo.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\javajt32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\javape32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\javatg32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\javavv32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\javazf.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\mfcdk.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\mfcga32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\mfchf32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\mfchn.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\mfchw32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\mfcix32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\mfckz.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\mfcuk.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\mfcvx32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\mfcwn32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\mfcxk.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\mfcxo32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\mfcye.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\mfczo.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\mfczx.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\mscx32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\msnh.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\msqv32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\mssa.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\msvc32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\msyi.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\netce32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\netdr.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\netks.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\netmk.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\netpj32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\netvj32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\netzu.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\ntiu.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\ntpq32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\ntrl32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\ntte.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\ntve32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\ntvz32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\ntxm.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\sdkdm32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\sdkef32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\sdkgd.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\sdkiu.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\sdkjr32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\sdkpy.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\sdkqm32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\sdkrt32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\sdksp.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\sdktc32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\sdktm.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\sdkyz.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\sysdm32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\sysgd.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\syskp32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\syssd.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\systo.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\systp.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\sysyh.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\syszy32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\winex32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\winfh.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\wings32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\winkx.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\winng.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\winow.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\wintp.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\winur32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\winvm.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\winxt32.exe
del /q C:\Windows\system32\winzl32.exe

cd c:\windows
dir * >>C:\look3.txt

cd system32
dir * >>C:\look4.txt

Attach the look3.txt and look4.txt files here with your next reply. I will then create another batch file to delete all the other 0 size files.
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Hi Tampabelle,
Followed your instructions and attached you can find the files created by the MS-DOS batch file.
Doesn't look like there is much left to do.
Many, many thanks for your help.
If you ever come to Spain (more precisely Madrid), please let me know. It will be a great pleasure to show it to you.
Thanks again and best regards,

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Hi Zuluguen,

Please copy this into a fresh batch file. Open Notepad and copy the following into a text file. Save the file as remlog.bat (Make ssure the Save as Type is set to All Files) -

del /q C:\Windows\System32\fhgbj.txt
del /q C:\Windows\System32\kulbu.dll
del /q C:\Windows\_detmp.1
del /q C:\Windows\0.log
del /q C:\Windows\apbwnh.log
del /q C:\Windows\autorun.INI
del /q C:\Windows\control.ini
del /q C:\Windows\IPLAYER.INI
del /q C:\Windows\jjmfo.dll
del /q C:\Windows\Mailmark.ini
del /q C:\Windows\MSINFO32.INI
del /q C:\Windows\okwaa.txt
del /q C:\Windows\setupact.log
del /q C:\Windows\setuperr.log
del /q C:\Windows\Standard Modem #2.log
del /q C:\Windows\Sti_Trace.log
del /q C:\Windows\Twunk002.MTX
del /q C:\Windows\TWUNK003.MTX
del /q C:\Windows\xizgl.log
del /q C:\Windows\CONTENT.GIF

Run remlog.bat.

Reboot the PC.

Please visit Kaspersky and do an online scan.

Run Hijack THis and post the fresh HJT log along with Kaspersky log here. We can then check whether everything has been taken care of :tazz:
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Awaiting for further instructions.


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Hi Zuluguen,

Please copy this into a fresh batch file. Open Notepad and copy the following into a text file. Save the file as remklog.bat (Make ssure the Save as Type is set to All Files) -

@echo off
del /q C:\WINDOWS\slbffx.dat
del /q C:\WINDOWS\tnxvrg.dat
del /q C:\WINDOWS\ufdpcj.dat
del /q C:\WINDOWS\Configuración local\Datos de programa\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\V0.28.dat
del /q C:\WINDOWS\rzgdvn.log
del /q C:\WINDOWS\bkqwqy.dat
del /q C:\WINDOWS\mzkwjr.dat
del /q C:\WINDOWS\hxwejf.dat
del /q C:\WINDOWS\yglhuo.dat
del /q C:\WINDOWS\hilulp.dat
del /q C:\WINDOWS\grgdlm.dat
del /q C:\WINDOWS\bpbsim.dat
del /q C:\WINDOWS\gajykz.dat
del /q C:\WINDOWS\clztre.dat
del /q C:\WINDOWS\cjqxfa.dat
del /q C:\WINDOWS\mwtktm.dat
del /q C:\WINDOWS\tkfihi.dat
del /q C:\WINDOWS\pphvxg.dat
del /q C:\WINDOWS\fzdtrx.dat
del /q C:\WINDOWS\hnopre.dat
del /q C:\WINDOWS\rdzexu.dat
del /q C:\WINDOWS\ylcnzc.dat
del /q C:\WINDOWS\ufquqm.dat
del /q C:\WINDOWS\pfhoil.dat
del /q C:\WINDOWS\maoapl.dat
del /q C:\WINDOWS\hbwqsc.dat
del /q C:\WINDOWS\danlks.dat
del /q C:\WINDOWS\jnspev.dat
del /q C:\WINDOWS\kohndm.dat
del /q C:\WINDOWS\mszcqs.dat
del /q C:\WINDOWS\sqjizq.dat
del /q C:\WINDOWS\nvrgph.dat
del /q C:\WINDOWS\nmdihp.dat

Run remklog.bat.

Let me know if you have any continuing issues
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Hi Tampabelle,
Many thanks for your help.
There's one last issue I would like to ask you.
When Windows starts, a folder showing 'Mis documentos' ('My documents' in english) opens. This didn't happen before all malware problems began.
I've been trying to locate an icon within 'Startup' folders that may cause this to happen, but didn't succeed.
Any sugestions?
Tks + rgds,
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Hi Zuluguen,

Never heard of this kind of problem :tazz:

I know that if while closing / rebooting your PC, if the explorer window is open, then the same page opens when the PC restarts.

Can you close all windows and then reboot the PC ?? Let me know if the problem persists
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I do what you say every single time, i. e., close the mentioned window, but it always opens again when starting the system. Never mind. I wish all problems were just like that one.
It's been a pleasure to receive your advice. You have answered to all the issues almost in real time. Very good work. :tazz:
I confirm what I said. Should you come to Spain please let me know.
If any new problem arise, I'll try to contact you.
Kindest regards,
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Hi Zuluguen,

Well there is a simple answer to the issue. ;) The system is set to run explorer at start up !!!!!

Lets get it -

Run Hijack This and click on scan. The following items need to be fixed -

O4 - HKLM\..\Run: [Explorer.EXE] C:\WINDOWS\explorer.exe

Close all windows other than Hijack This. Check the boxes next to above items and click on Fix checked.

Reboot the PC and let me know if everything is fine (if it is not, then we will :tazz: )
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Dear Mr. Tampabelle,
You are definitely a geek. I did worked! ;)
I have no more issues.
System works properly, perhaps a little slow but I feel like this may be caused by the fact that there are 2 antivirus programs (Kaspersky and Norton) and this EWIDO (trojan surveyor?) program running.
Anyway, many thanks again and best regards,
Zuluguen :tazz:
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Hi Zuluguen,

CONGRATULATIONS !!!!! Your PC is clean :tazz:

I would recommend the following steps to keep your PC clean (especially Step 8 now that your PC is clean) –


Operating System
1. Keep the Windows and Internet Explorer updated with the latest fixes. These fixes are available free from Microsoft. Click on Tools in the IE menu bar and then on Windows update. You can also the following links

Windows security and critical updates
Internet Explorer security and critical updates

Also ensure that automatic updates are enabled for faster updation of the system.
(Right click on My Computer on your desktop, properties and Automatic Updates tab.

Anti-Virus Software
2. Keep your Anti-virus program updated with the latest definitions. Some of the common anti-virus programs in use are :

Norton Anti-Virus
McAfee Anti-Virus
AVG Anti-Virus --- freeware
Avast Home Edition --- freeware

Use only one anti-virus program as multiple such programs can create conflicts between themselves and severely hamper the performance of your PC.

3. You should also have a good firewall. Here are 3 free ones available for personal use:
Sygate Personal Firewall, Kerio Personal Firewall, ZoneAlarm

Internet Browsers
4. Have robust explorer settings. It is preferable to use an internet browser other that IE as most of the malware is targetted at IE. In case you prefer to use IE, then download a list of innocent looking but harmful websites from IE-Spyad and install it on ur PC. IE-SPYAD puts over 5000 sites in your internet explorer's restricted zone, so you'll be protected when you visit innocent-looking sites that aren't really innocent at all.

Some alternate browsers I suggest are Firefox Mozilla Browser and Opera

Ensure that Security level, irrespective of whichever browser you use, is set at Medium or higher, restrict the usage of cookies and activeX components.

Spyware Protection
5. Have a wall of protection against spyware / adware by installing SpywareBlaster and SpywareGuard.

SpywareBlaster and SpywareGuard are by JavaCool and both are free programs.
SpywareBlaster will prevent spyware from being installed and consumes no system resources.
SpywareGuard offers realtime protection from spyware installation and browser hijack attempts. Both have free ongoing updates.

Spyware Removers
6. Install programs for scanning for malware and uninstalling them. Two of the best programs, both are freeware, are :

Spybot Search & Destroy - A powerful tool which can search and annhilate nasties that make it onto your system. Now with an Immunize section that will help prevent future infections.

AdAware SE Personal Edition - Another very powerful tool which searches and kills nasties that infect your system. AdAware and Spybot Search & Destroy compliment each other very well.

Regular Maintenance of PC
7. Finally, invest some time for regular maintenance of your PC. Delete the temporary Internet files, temporary files, cookies etc. Click on Start button, Programs, Accessories, System Tools and run the program Disk Cleanup. Follow the instructions.

An alternate freeware software which can be used is CleanUp.

Keep your Registry clean. My favourite software is Registry First Aid. This is not a freeware but a trial version can be downloaded.

System Restore Points
8. Since your PC is currently clean, create a system restore point. A system restore would enable you to revert to the settings on the PC when the restore point was created. It is also a good idea to flush all earlier system restore points which may be containing infected files.

A. Turn off System Restore.
On the Desktop, right-click My Computer.
Click Properties.
Click the System Restore tab.
Check Turn off System Restore.
Click Apply, and then click OK.

B. Restart your computer.

C. Turn ON System Restore.
On the Desktop, right-click My Computer.
Click Properties.
Click the System Restore tab.
UN-Check Turn off System Restore.
Click Apply, and then click OK.

System Restore will now be active again.

Go ahead and enjoy a clean PC !!!!!!!!!!!!!
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