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Infected By Virus Vbs:solow And Vbs:malware-gen


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#1 OrenT

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Posted 23 February 2008 - 03:01 PM

Hi everybody,
My computer is infected by the virus VBS:Solow and VBS:Malware-gen.
I've tried to delete them with the avast! antivirus but after scanning, avast! still alerts me of their presence.
I've tried to read the responses given to other people but I got lost.
Thank you in advance,
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Posted 23 February 2008 - 03:52 PM

Did avast! provide a specific file name associated with this malware threat and if so, where is it located (full file path) at on your system?

Download and scan with Dr.Web CureIt. Follow the instructions here for performing a scan in "safe mode".

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Posted 24 February 2008 - 02:03 AM

Did avast! provide a specific file name associated with this malware threat and if so, where is it located (full file path) at on your system?

Download and scan with Dr.Web CureIt. Follow the instructions here for performing a scan in "safe mode".

Post the log in your next reply.


Hi, thanks for the helping,
It took many hours to make the scan in safe mode, that's why it took me so long to reply.

Avast! provided the following file names:
c:\windows\.ms32dll.dll.vbs and c:\ms32dll.dll.vbs associated with VBS:solow.
c:\autorun.inf associated with VBS:Malware-gen.

Here is the content of the report of Dr. Web scan:
(I've got to go now, then I will be able to read your reply only in 10-11 hours, thanks again for the help)

.ms32dll.dll.vbs;c:\windows;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
boot.ini;c:\windows;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
.MS32DLL.dll.vbs;C:\;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
.MS32DLL.dll.vbs.2;C:\Program Files\Alwil Software\Avast4\DATA\moved;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
.MS32DLL.dll.vbs.3;C:\Program Files\Alwil Software\Avast4\DATA\moved;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
.MS32DLL.dll.vbs.4;C:\Program Files\Alwil Software\Avast4\DATA\moved;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
autorun.inf.2;C:\Program Files\Alwil Software\Avast4\DATA\moved;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
autorun.inf.3;C:\Program Files\Alwil Software\Avast4\DATA\moved;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
autorun.inf.4;C:\Program Files\Alwil Software\Avast4\DATA\moved;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0000973.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP11;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0001109.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP12;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0001219.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP15;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0001451.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP16;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0001479.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP17;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0001507.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP18;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0001517.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP19;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0001528.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP19;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0001567.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP19;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0001594.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP19;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0001684.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP20;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0001940.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP24;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0002125.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP28;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0000050.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP3;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0002182.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP31;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0002203.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP32;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0002239.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP32;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0002273.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP33;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0002525.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP34;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
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A0003241.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP35;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
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A0003508.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP39;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0003521.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP39;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0003866.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP39;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0003991.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP40;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0004015.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP40;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0004036.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP41;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0004063.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP41;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0004097.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP42;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0004121.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP42;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0004161.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP43;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0004174.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP43;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0004226.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP43;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0004244.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP43;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0004267.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP44;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0004306.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP44;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0005305.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP44;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0005436.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP45;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0005472.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP45;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0005527.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP45;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0005555.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP46;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0005563.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP46;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0005628.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP47;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0006564.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP47;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0006578.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP47;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0007577.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP48;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0007623.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP49;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0007640.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP49;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0007674.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP50;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0007710.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP50;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0007734.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP51;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0008711.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP52;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0008783.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP52;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0008837.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP53;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0008875.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP54;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0009782.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP54;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0009818.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP55;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0009840.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP57;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0009922.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP57;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0010070.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP59;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0010284.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP59;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
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A0010338.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP60;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
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A0010421.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP61;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
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A0010490.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP63;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0010558.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP64;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0010592.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP65;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
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A0010870.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP69;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0010891.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP69;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
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A0010913.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP70;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0010995.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP72;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0011587.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP74;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0011603.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP75;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0011622.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP76;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
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A0014323.vbs;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP92;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0014324.inf;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP92;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0014332.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP92;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0014333.vbs;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP92;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0014334.inf;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP92;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0014339.inf;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP92;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0014341.vbs;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP92;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0014342.ini;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP92;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
A0014343.vbs;C:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP92;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
.MS32DLL.dll.vbs;F:\;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;

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Posted 24 February 2008 - 07:40 AM

Looks like Dr.Web CureIt found/removed those files. How is you computer running now? Any more reports/signs of infection?
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Posted 24 February 2008 - 12:44 PM

The computer seems to work find now and there is no more report of infection.
Thank you very much for all quietman. :thumbsup:

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Posted 24 February 2008 - 02:01 PM

Your welcome.

Now you should Create a New Restore Point to prevent possible reinfection from an old one. Some of the malware you picked up could have been saved in System Restore. Since this is a protected directory your tools cannot access to delete these files, they sometimes can reinfect your system if you accidentally use an old restore point. Setting a new restore point AFTER cleaning your system will help prevent this and enable your computer to "roll-back" to a clean working state.

The easiest and safest way to do this is:
  • Go to Start > Programs > Accessories > System Tools and click "System Restore".
  • Choose the radio button marked "Create a Restore Point" on the first screen then click "Next". Give the R.P. a name, then click "Create". The new point will be stamped with the current date and time. Keep a log of this so you can find it easily should you need to use System Restore.
  • Then use Disk Cleanup to remove all but the most recently created Restore Point.
  • Go to Start > Run and type: Cleanmgr
  • Click "Ok".
  • Click the "More Options" Tab.
  • Click "Clean Up" in the System Restore section to remove all previous restore points except the newly created one.

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Posted 25 February 2008 - 02:50 PM

Wow, I'm afraid I've read your reply a bit late.
When I wrote to you the last time, Avast! didn't gave me any alert automaticaly. Then I thought it would be good to make a scan. Then while scanning now it alerted me that he found again the VBS:Solow and VBS:Malware-gen malwares. Then I read your reply and I though it could be that I used an "old restore point" when I made another scan.
Anyway, this time it associates VBS:solow with files of type: F:\System Volume Information\_restore{9CF42E7D-F0BE-4CB5-BAE7-269721FA39A4}\RP91\A0014260.vbs and VBS:Malware-gen too.
May I make another scan with Dr. Web cureit? And Have I got to make it in safe mode (the first time it took an all night)?
Thank you again for all the helping.

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Posted 25 February 2008 - 02:57 PM

Create a new restore point and purge the olds as I have indicated above. That should take care of the infected RP. You can scan again with Dr.Web if you want. Doesn't cost anything but your time.
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Posted 25 February 2008 - 05:40 PM

I've done the Disk Cleanup.
After this, Dr. Web didn't find anything in normal mode (not safe mode) with a quick scan.
I'm gonna try again now a scan in safe mode.
I'll contact you if find something.
Thank for everything.

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Posted 25 February 2008 - 06:43 PM

The scan in safe mode found only 2 viruses:
VBS.Generic.548 associated with the files G:\.MS32DLL.dll.vbs and G:\autorun.inf.
It may be important to notice that G:\ is an external hard disk used only for storage.
The system of the computer is located in C:\.

Here is the report of the Dr. Web scan:

.MS32DLL.dll.vbs;G:\;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;
autorun.inf;G:\;VBS.Generic.548;Deleted.;

After this, I've done a new restore point and a cleanup again.
Do we have to do something else (the last time, VBS.Generic.548 was found and deleted too)?
Thank you again, and I hope it will be the last time I bother you.

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Posted 26 February 2008 - 09:14 AM

Its not a bother.

To protect yourself against malware and reduce the potential for re-infection, be sure to read:
"Simple and easy ways to keep your computer safe".
"How did I get infected?, With steps so it does not happen again!".
"Best Practices - Internet Safety for 2008".
"Hardening Windows Security - Part 1 & Part 2".
"IE Recommended Minimal Security Settings".

Keeping Autorun enabled on USB and other removable drives has become a significant security risk due to the increasing number of malware variants that can infect them and transfer the infection to your computer. Read Danger USB! Worm targets removable memory sticks.

I recommend disabling the Autorun feature on USB and removable drives (especially an external drive used for backup) as a method of prevention.

The easiest way to disable Autorun on a specific drive is to download and use Tweak UI PowerToy.
  • After installation, launch Tweak UI, double-click on My Computer in the tree menu on the left, then click on AutoPlay > Drives. This will allow you to change the system settings for AutoPlay/autorun.
  • Uncheck the drives you want to disable AutoPlay on and click on Apply.
  • Next, click on the Types in the left tree. This allows you to control whether Autoplay is enabled for CD and DVD drives and removable drives. You may need to restart Tweak UI if it closes after step 2.
  • Uncheck the box to disable Autoplay for a particular type of drive.
  • Click Apply.
See "Disable Autorun/AutoPlay" for instructions with screenshots.
When Autorun is disabled, double-clicking a drive which has autorun.inf in its root directory may still activate Autorun so be careful.

Always scan USB Flash Drives after they have been used in other computer systems, even your own. An easy way to do this is to download "ClamWin Portable", install it on your USB Flash Drive, update its definition files and perform a scan.

Another prevention measure you can use is Symantec's NoScript utility. Scroll down to the section "How to disable (or re-enable) the Windows Scripting Host" to find the link and follow the instructions. Noscript will disable the Windows Scripting Host and prevent VBScripts from running on your machine until you run the utility again. Firefox also has a free NoScript Add-on for its browser.
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