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AgentBypass.gen Infection on Vista Ultimate


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#1 PeterMax

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Posted 08 January 2009 - 04:59 AM

Hello. I have a Trojan hiding in my system, and can't remove it without some expert help.

I have run both Malwarebytes Anti-Malware and SuperAntiSpyware free, to no avail. Previously had run Windows Defender, AdAware, Spybot and AVG 8, all updated, also to no effect. Windows Defender keeps reporting the infection on each reboot.

I have now run HiJackThis and DDS, and attach their logs. Would sincerely appreciate some help!

Attached File  hijackthis.log   7.18KB   27 downloads

Attached File  DDS.txt   11.98KB   25 downloads


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#2 PeterMax

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Posted 09 January 2009 - 09:32 AM

:thumbsup: PROBLEM SOLVED - SO FAR, ANYWAY! Via System Configuration/Startup tab, I disabled most of the non-basic startup items, and found that Win Defender no longer reported an infection. Scanned again, confirmed. Added startup items back in, one at a time, and soon found the culprit. In this case, it was an item named Free Uploader Oe Integration, started by fumoei.exe within FUM folder in Free Download Manager. It was the only item to trigger the WinDef alert.

I have uninstalled Free Download Manager, disabled this Startup Item, enabled all others, and now get a normal boot with no alerts.

If my problem returns, I'll post again, but with luck have gotten rid of that Trojan. Hope this helps anyone with same problem.

PeterMax.

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Posted 19 January 2009 - 09:14 AM

Thanks for informing us what you have done.

Should you find other problems please start a new topic.

Good luck.

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