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"virus found fat-obfuscated"

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hi,2day my laptop said i had been infected with noumerous viruses,but it all happened so quick with different pop ups opening all the time,i didnt catch the name of what had infected it! i just closed all the pop ups didnt run any of the programmes it was telling me to do and turned off my laptop,i then started it again and ran my avg(free edition) scan....it found "virus found fat-obfuscated" (8 of them) and loads of tracking cookies.avg removed these to the virus vault....but i am frightened that my computer may still be infected!!?? (how can i know for sure?) i have then downloaded "fixiedef" from your site and ran a scan....it made a log afterwards saying......

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Created at 21:15:20 on Sunday, May 03, 2009

Time Zone : (GMT) Greenwich Mean Time : Dublin, Edinburgh, Lisbon, London

Logged On User : kamikazio

Operating System : Microsoft® Windows Vista™ Home Premium Service Pack 1
OS Architecture : X86
System Langauge : English (United States)
Keyboard Layout : English (United States)
Processor : X64 Intel® Pentium® Dual CPU T2310 @ 1.46GHz

System Drive : C:\
Windows Directory : C:\Windows
System Directory : C:\Windows\system32

System Drive Type : Fixed
System Drive Status : READY
System Drive Label : Vista
System Drive Size : 107.13 GB
System Drive Free : 57.96 GB

Total Physical Memory: 2038 MB
Free Physical Memory : 1216 MB
Total Page File : 2038 MB
Free Page File : 3374 MB
Total Virtual Memory : 2048 MB
Free Virtual Memory : 1941 MB

Boot State : Normal boot


!!! userinit.exe is Clean !!!


!!! Files that have been deleted !!!

No malicious files found


!!! Directories that have been removed !!!

No malicious directories to be removed


!!! Registry entries that have been removed !!!

No malicious Registry entries found


All Done :)


Safe Surfing!!!

can i asume now that all threats have been deleted!!??

i am not very clued up on computers so i am still abit worried there may be something lurking around that cant be found(and trying to steel my bank details..eeeeeeeekk!!)

thanks in advance for any help!!


Edited by kamikazio, 03 May 2009 - 02:41 PM.

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