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virtumonde/vundo re-install


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#1 amnesia

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Posted 08 March 2009 - 04:17 PM

Hi:

I've got a Virtumonde/vundo infection on a computer that I do my banking etc on. For security purposed, I'm going to re-install the OS (XP pro). I've got my hard drive partitioned into 2 drives (C&D) C: drive has windows and a few programs on it, and D: drive has most of my programs and data (including all my pictures and music files).

My question is: If I reformat the C: drive and re-install windows on the C: drive, and leave the D: as is to preserve my data, do I run any risk of re-infection and/or data stealing?

Thanks in advance
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Posted 08 March 2009 - 08:03 PM

I cannot give you a yes or no answer. There will always be that possibility
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