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Spybot, Em I Infected With Something?

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#1 ColoradoHermit


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Posted 29 October 2007 - 04:00 PM

HELP! I'm all lost and confused here. I'm running Widows XP on a old Dell Optiplex GX240. When trying to track down why things are so slow and if I'm infected with something I was trying to find what's in my Startup. I found this in my Spybot.
In advanced mode, tools, system startup it shows that I have an assortment of worms and trojans. There's one program listed that doesn't have a value or comand line and in the info for it there's a list of 7 different worms and trojans. But when I run a scan it doens't find anything. So is there something infecting my computer or not? The file listed is;
HK_LM;RunOnceEx and in the info it shows this list of file names that are trojans or worms; system32.exe AGOBOT-KU WORM, pathex.exe MKMOOSE-A WORM, svchost.exe DELF-UX TROJAN, MSPF.EXE SDBOT WORM, dllvirtual.exe DADOBRA-IW TROJAN, dllvirtual.dll DADOBRA-IW TROJAN, dllvirtual.js DADOBRA-IW TROJAN.
So em I infected? If so, since the Spybot program didn't find anything in the scan how do I get rid of them or fix things?
My computer has been acting funky and slow for about a week. Ever since I test drove the new Window Live OneCare Antivirus and Firewall program. I thought I would try thier free 3 month test drive. And that screwed things up big time. It took me 3 days to get rid of it and get things running again but something still isn't right. And that new Windows program said that it found a big list of worms too that my McAfee and AVG and Spybot missed. Here's the list of what the Windows OneCare said it found, Win32/Netsky.C@mm worm, Win32/Bagle.O@mm worm, Win32/Netsky.P@mm worm, Win32/Netsky.K@mm worm, Win32/Netsky.D@mm worm, Win32/Netsky.Z@mm worm, Bagle.J@mm worm, Sober.G@mm worm.
Now the windows onecare said it fix all those, but I don't know. So any one got any idea what this thing is doing?

Edited by ColoradoHermit, 29 October 2007 - 04:02 PM.

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Posted 29 October 2007 - 04:37 PM

Could you provide a link to where you downloaded the Windows Antivirus and Firewall?

Use the two programs below.
Install Super Antispyware free. Run it in safe mode. Allow it to quarantine whatever it finds.

Run the online scan for Bit Defender in normal mode. Allow it to quarantine whatever it finds.

How to Start Windows in Safe Mode:

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Posted 29 October 2007 - 06:03 PM

If your still having problems after the BitDefender scan, download Sysclean Package and the latest Virus Pattern Files - (Pattern files are usually named lptxxx.zip, where xxx is the pattern file number).
  • Be sure to print out out and follow the instructions provided in the How to Use System Cleaner for performing a scan.
  • This tool generates a log file (sysclean.log) in the same folder where the scan is completed - C:\Sysclean.
  • When using Sysclean its best to use the Administrator's account or an account with Administrative rights otherwise you will not have access rights to scan some locations. You can also Use the "Run As" Command to Start a Program as an Administrator. Even when doing that, the scanning process may result in "Access Denied" messages for some files. This is normal because these files are protected by the system.

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