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I Have A Virus But I Don't Know What Kind...help

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#1 ajh1973


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Posted 06 February 2008 - 10:41 PM

I have ran AVG and it was crazy, it showed up that I had a trojan horse BackDoor.VB.JZ and it also said it removed them. However I have rebooted my computer and my task bar keeps disappearing and reappearing and my desktop is completely blank. How can I fix this? How can I even figure out what the problem is? Please help.


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Posted 07 February 2008 - 04:51 AM

Try to check your C: if there's any files there like a autorun.inf. or you can try Yahoo Anti-Spy.
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Posted 07 February 2008 - 10:51 PM

This is a Backdoor trojan
A Backdoor is a software program that gives an attacker unauthorized access to a machine and the means for remotely controlling the machine without the user's knowledge. A Backdoor compromises system integrity by making changes to the system that allow it to by used by the attacker for malicious purposes unknown to the user.
This means any financials, banking,passwords stored on this PC have probably been compromised.

High risks are typically installed without user interaction through security exploits, and can severely compromise system security. Such risks may open illicit network connections, use polymorphic tactics to self-mutate, disable security software, modify system files, and install additional malware. These risks may also collect and transmit personally identifiable information (PII) without your consent and severely degrade the performance and stability of your computer.

You can try to remove this if you want and we will help or you can decide to fully format the Hard drive.
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