Posted 24 January 2008 - 03:05 PM
I'm currently at my aunt's house for vacation, and as we speak, I'm having major trouble in attempting to eliminate certain trojans/adwares that are continuously affecting programs that have been installed afterwards. This isn't my computer, it's my twelve-year-old cousin which comes off as no surprise in regards to the infections. I didn't think it was that serious, and as for myself, I would consider myself somewhat of an intermediate computer user, as from my own experience, when we're talking about my own computer, the last time I had frustrating troubles let alone any piece of adware was back in 2004. Now recently, I installed Kaspersky which is the one I'm using for my computer, and then, suddenly, a box came up that showed that a part of Kaspersky has been infected itself. Not only that, two other programs/components have also came to be infected, and those were AIM and "TeaTimer", from Spybot S&D (which I installed in hopes of partially fixing the problem).
The trojans/adwares that are running in the back of my cousin's computer as we speak are:
From looking at a log located within Kaspersky Internet Security, I found myself looking at these programs for which have been infected:
c:\windows\system32\lunbvrfb.dll (Infected by "not.a.virus:AdWare.Win32.Virtumonde.eby")
c:\windows\system32\mljgf.exe (Infected by "not.a.virus:AdWare.Win32.Virtumonde.cli")
c:\program files\aim6\aim6.exe (Infected by "not.a.virus:AdWare.Win32.Virtumonde.cli")
c:\documents and settings\pcuser\local settings\temp\ntmdswac.exe (Infected by "Backdoor.Win32.Agent.dbm")
c:\program files\kaspersky lab\kaspersky internet security 7.0\avp.exe (Infected by "not.a.virus:AdWare.Win32.Virtumonde.cli")
Assistance with this issue would be greatly appreciated.