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no matter what i do, i cant delete this file grr
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Download and unzip the KillBox to a folder


Open up the KillBox.
Select the Delete on Reboot option.
In the field labeled Full Path of File to Delete copy and paste this in.

C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\LOGCB.DLL

Hit the delete button
OK
Reboot the computer

If you recieve an error message and your computer doesn't restart, please restart it manually.

Let me know, MrC

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Lol, its still there. I was actually workn wit this prog at the time i checked up on my thread here.
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if i try to rename or move it or delete it or change the read-only attribute, etc. i get the message Cannot delete/move/etc. logcb: Access is denied.
Make sure disk is not full or write protected and the files are not currently in use.
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I figured out a way to delete it, tho i'm not sure if it'll be permanent for this virus. I booted into safe mode, right clicked the logcb.dll file, then properties, and changed the security on it. I changed the security settings to where i can delete any type of protected file or protection on that file, whichever. So i deleted it and i havent gotten any alerts on the virus yet so maybe i'm good. Thanks for the help..... so far lol.

Edited by -fx7-, 30 July 2005 - 02:59 PM.

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Well Done!

That .bat file I had you create and run should have done that but I guess for some reason it didn't work.

LOGCB.DLL was part of the oringinal infection

This was the first log after running the fix:
(7/30/05 11:33:07 AM) Stealth-String found: C:\WINDOWS\System32\logcb.dll
(7/30/05 11:33:07 AM) Error while add to delete. Try another way... : C:\WINDOWS\System32\logcb.dll

This is the second: Looks like it was deleted - didn't show in this log but must have not.
7/30/05 11:34:02 AM) Bad IE-pages: (none)
(7/30/05 11:34:02 AM) Stealth-String not found
(7/30/05 11:34:02 AM) Not infected->END

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Since this issue appears to be resolved ... this Topic has been closed. Glad we could help. :tazz:

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