Posted 08 March 2009 - 04:39 AM
Update. WIN32/Vundo in system 32 folder in both computers that downloaded Panda Antiviru 2009.
Symptoms: Svchost.exe (SYSTEM) memory >90k, dwm.exe >50k, browser instability, slow boot, crash,poorly displayed web pages, inability to read similar security e-mails to the same account but from seperate computers.
Called Microsoft about these files (definite):
There were several others. The take home here is that despite running Panda Online Active Scan, Kapersky Scan, Avast Antivirus Free, Malewarebytes, SuperSpySweeper (watch out; there a ssetup.exe file in that one), and Windows Live One Care none of them found it. All scans except for some cookies were all negative. Autoruns clued in on where to look otherwise I would never have found them if I relied on the antivirus scans alone.
Right now the memory leak is improved but still wary due to above events. DO NOT DOWNLOAD PANDA ANTIVIRUS 2009 UNTIL THEY CLEAN THIS MESS UP.