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Infected With Trojan:w32/vundo.gen!d

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#1 AidanMc


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Posted 20 April 2008 - 09:18 PM

Hi Guys,

You do a real great job, and i've picked up some good info along the way. But getting to the point I seem to have gotten the above virus and have pretty much gotten rid of it thanks to your info, as i'd be very tech savvy I know my way around win xp and went through a lot of the steps listed in previous posts to remove this virus including downloading hijack this, dss and combofix, i've went through the logs myself and found the culprits using dss.exe, didn't see any reason to post the logs here, seems ive got two .dll's hanging off winlogon, the first is tuvSjGAp.dll and the second being yayxvVol.dll.

I've removed all the entries of these from the registry, booted into safe mode.....but yet I cannot delete this two files, running a v. of mcafee with up to date defs but this doesn't pick it up when I scan the two files I get no threats found.

I've run a norton cleaner which said it killed the service which is running the trojan, besides running a dos boot disk at this stage (which I don't have to hand) to rename the two files i'm completly bamboozled, any suggestions to get rid of these two files would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks and keep up the good work,


Edited by Orange Blossom, 20 April 2008 - 11:18 PM.
Moved to more appropriate forum. ~ OB

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