I've moved this topic to this forum because I don't believe it is accurate to call those files you mentioned, taken together, a new virus and I'm not sure it is a virus at all. DNA.exe is a legitimate file and part of the the Bit Torrent client if located here:C:\Program Files\BitTorrent_DNA\dna.exe
And while Btorrent.exe
might be malware, bittorrent.exe
is also legitimate if located here--spelling is important.C:\Program Files\BitTorrent\bittorrent.exe
I think you may have been looking at some inadequate information and may have confused some files names and locations. The info you posted (and I removed it and substituted the link as there are copyright concerns and the post was a bit confusing) does not give enough details and should be taken with a grain of salt. The best info I could find for DNA.exe is here: http://www.eccentric-toast.com/dnaexe
Any P2P client is a security risk and shouldn't be running on startup, but they aren't a virus and can be used legitimately. If it's causing a slowdown, just get rid of it.
If the exact spelling of the file you had was Btorrent.exe
then you did have malware, solid info here: http://www.castlecops.com/s15054-btorrent_exe.html
We appreciate you giving the heads up, but I would like some more details before giving out a warning. Where were your files located and what scanner flagged them as a virus?