This is driving me nuts and I don't know what else to do.
I seem to have picked up a malware programme thats installed itself as an icon on the desktop and startup, and in the root directory. Being a non techie I only know this because its a) fairly obvious and Spybot S & D tells me this.
I'm running on Windows XP Home, and using Virgin broadband with its integrated PCguard virus/privacy manager/spyware bundle. That detects nothing and neither does Adaware, although Spybot tells me that its detected and fixed the problem and requires a reboot, but the problem remains.
Having searched the forums for anyone having similar problems, I've downloaded and ran NoLop (as per RichieUK's advice on May 1st 2007) but this tells me no infection is detected. I've also tried adding in the website address to IE privacy manger for blocking, but thats no good either. Can anyone help me , or suggest what i'm possibly doing wrong?
For reference, the info i've been able to glean on this malware is as follows-
Family ID 941
Item ID 300027767
Desktop Icon name:MBS Account Manager
web address (from properties): hxxps://secure.microbillsys.com/EN/bill.php
~Mod Edit: Link disabled, to preclude possible infection.~ TMacK
Edited by TMacK, 02 September 2007 - 02:58 PM.