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Any Info On Worm_rbot.fjx Appreciated!

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#1 justsometallguy


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Posted 31 July 2007 - 01:24 PM

About a week ago I got a popup from Trend Micro saying it detected "worm_rbot.fjx" in the infected file "C:\DOCUME~1\Keith\LOCALS~1\Temp\svnhost.exe" It said the status was "quarantined" but I went ahead and clicked on "Quarantine Folder" to be safe. In the next window of Trend Micro, I tried to clean the files but it said it was unable to clean them. I then proceeded to hit the "Delete All" button in Trend Micro and they disappeared from the list. (Below are the screenshots)

I thought the problem was solved, but I have since received even more popups saying the same file is infected with the same virus/worm.

I have tried to search online for this worm, but am unable to find anything on it. There is a lot of info on "worm_rbot.fj" but not .fjx. Are these the same or different? If anyone knows anything about this worm and/or how to get rid of it, their help would be much appreciated. Thanks in advance!

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Posted 31 July 2007 - 01:44 PM

Different companies may use different names for the various viruses that are out there. Try using an online scanner, such as bitdefender or F-Secure to make sure that you are clean . Both of these require internet explorer to run.
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