My trouble is my Norton AV fully updated etc. etc. , let a downloader slip through and now I have something causing a problem. My computer slows down when I get online and those little Symantec pop up windows or boxes with "scanning email messages" keep popping up, sometimes 3 or 4 at a time. Even though no email is coming in or going out of my Microsoft Outlook. I even tried to remove my account info from Outlook so as to disable it from emailing and it still happens.
Supposedly this virus was quarantined ( although as it was happening Norton said "repair failed"- twice) and then I manually deleted it using Norton.
After numerous scans with Norton AV, Symantec online deep scan, Mcafee Stinger, Ad-Aware, Spybot, Windows Defender, nothing bad comes up. Some spyware like tracking cookies did come up and I got rid of them.
I found a log in Norton (reports, activity log) that shows two specific IP addresses being accessed at every instance of the Norton "scanning email messages" pop ups. Under the heading Worm protection - connections - these two remote IP adresses corrolate to the "scanning email messages" pop ups:
mail2.uikkl.info(220.127.116.11): smtp(25). (and) www1.rixosspa.info(18.104.22.168): https(443).
Some how they are connected to my problem.
I have attached my Hijack this log.
Any Ideas as to what is going on?