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I downloaded a "rared" folder, and went ahead and ran a program, from what I saw, a prompt came up telling me that UAC will be diabled upon restart, and the program was the only thing I tried running when this happened.

After that, the program didn't even run.

So I'm pretty sure the program infected me with some kind of trojan.
Here's a virus analysis from novirusthanks.org

Detection rate: 4 on 6 (67%)
Antivirus Database Engine Result
AVG 14/05/2011 Dropper.Generic3.RDM
Avira AntiVir 14/05/2011 TR/Spy.Gen
ClamAV 14/05/2011 0.97
Emsisoft 14/05/2011 Trojan-Spy.MSIL!IK
TrendMicro 14/05/2011
Zoner 14/05/2011 0.2 Trojan.Agnido
Extra information
File type: Executable File (EXE)
Packer: Nothing found
Binder detector: Nothing found
PDF analyzer: Nothing found

4/6 scanners say that this is infected. Avast didn't mention anything, nor did SuperAntiSpyware, PC Tools Firewall, MalwareBytes or any of my installed programs.

I don't want to restart, so would using system restore help?

I looked through my running processes and ended a process called "server.exe*32"

That's about it, would system restore help?


System restore did the trick, Request close.

Edited by bluegang6, 14 May 2011 - 08:20 AM.

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