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Removing SillyDC worm

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#1 stainhouse


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Posted 03 February 2009 - 03:34 PM


Norton 360 identified the "SillyDC" virus and supposedly removed it from my computer. Upon reboot, several of my hidden system files are out in the open, which happened last year when I was infected with a trojan that I thought I got rid of. Could this be the same trojan? Or has SillyDC infected my computer?

I ran malwarebytes and there were not identified risks and then I ran kaspersky online scan that didn't pick anything up. I have downloaded HijackThis and have a log that might shed some light on this. Some help with this would be greatly appreciated.

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