I was able to run Dr. Web CureIt in the quick scan mode, but was unable to get the full scan mode to complete. It would get hung up on one file and just stay there for hours. I tried twice with the same result. It was even difficult to close the program once it would hang up. I had to resort to killing the process using the task manager.
This is the results of the initial quick scan run of Dr. Web
ProduKey.exe;C:\Documents and Settings\HP_Administrator\My Documents\Microsoft USB Flash Drive Backup\Kingston;Tool.ProductKey.2;Moved.;
ProduKey.exe;C:\Documents and Settings\HP_Administrator\My Documents\produkey;Tool.ProductKey.2;Moved.;
I think this is a product key reader that I have used since January.
I read your note on this problem being a back door Trojan, if that is so why is there no other reference to it in the database?
I run a tight outgoing firewall and have verified that there are no holes in it that I don't know about, so I am not as concerned as maybe I should be. My machine runs fine with no other problems that I know of.
I have now read on several sites that this is turning out to a false indicator based on faulty A/V definitions that were updated on 5/31 by ISPs that provide virus detection products for their clients. Here is a link to one of them "Bell Support Forums"http://forums.bell.ca/viewtopic.php?f=17&a...c4bf3c1001f582d
I think you folks do real good work and admire your capabilities. Please let me know what you think of all this.