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Sign Of "win32.wopla-ah[trj]"

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#1 reginagirl


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Posted 06 February 2008 - 02:21 AM

I have been recently infected with the above trojan. I am operating on Windows Vista basic, and use Avast! 4.7 as my antivirus.
I know how I became infected, as I foolishly opened an .exe file. Avast alerted me of this, and advised me to move it to the chest. This did not seem to end my problem. My IE brower opened on its own and tried to connect to a website. It then opened up new tabs to try again. I immediately aborted my internet connection and rebooted my laptop into safe mode. I then ran a virus scan. It found two files that were infected, both being .wma files.
I have since ran 3 more virus scans in regular mode, but it does not say I am infected. However, my web browser still starts on its own, and continues to open new tabs. I am certainly not convinced my computer is clean.
The following is what Avast has found:

Sign of "Win32:WimAD-I[Trj]" has been found in "C:\Users\Owner\Music\Top of Charts - 2005 (touch).wma" file.

Sign of "Win32:WimAD-I[Trj]" has been found in "C:\Users\Owner\Music\Rare Recording.wma" file.

Sign of "Win32:TratBHO [Trj]" has been found in "C:\Users\Owner\AppData\Local\Temp\iuhgpxbw.dll" file.

Sign of "Win32:TratBHO [Trj]" has been found in "C:\Users\Owner\AppData\Local\Temp\xdnplvsu.dll" file.

Sign of "Win32:TratBHO [Trj]" has been found in "C:\Users\Owner\AppData\Local\Temp\pwulbmjk.dll" file.

Sign of "Win32:Wopla-AH [Trj]" has been found in "C:\Users\Owner\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5\X8C4TSB8\Immqrv[1].htm\[UPX]" file.

Sign of "Win32:Adware-gen [Adw]" has been found in "http://w4s2.work4sure.com/c/ge/w4sgeen9.exe" file.

I was hoping someone here would have some directions on removing these things. Otherwise, since I only use my computer for storing pictures, music and instant messaging, am I better off just wiping my hard drive and starting over? If I have posted in the wrong area, I do appologize for wasting anyone's time.

Thank you for reading, and I look forward to the advise from anyone who can help!

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#2 boopme


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Posted 08 February 2008 - 10:31 PM

Hello please follow these instructions as I feel it's your best bet to be able to save your data. It'll take a few days as they are very busy bunch of volunteers.
Scrolll to step 9 .. Preparation Guide for use before posting a HijackThis Log
Then post that log HERE, by clicking New Topic and give it a title.
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