No other scanner program has detected other issues. I have run::
AVG (free latest version & updated) - nothing found.
SUPERantispyware (updated) - found nothing, full scan.
HiJackThis - nothing out of the ordinary (i'm not an expert but i'm more advanced than the "usual" computer user to know what's what)
Spybot (always updated) - the only one to find anything, it only found the temp files that were infected with SKYNET, and every time they were wiped they were brought back, presumably by the hidden service or the stealth object dll's (that have since been cleaned out via rootrepeal)
I have logs of my before-wipe RootRepeal logs, and after cleaning everything except the SKYNETevvuvjap.sys hidden service. Everything was hidden from the Windows API (which is why nothing else really found anything).
So far this trojan has only given me majorly annoying browser redirects, and dropped Win32/Cryptor once (and it was immediately cleaned out). I discovered after that, that it was most likely working through my explorer.exe and a svchost.exe, so I blocked what I could through ZoneAlarm to keep more dangerous items from coming in. Of course since the svchost file "multitasks" for browsing (Firefox) and other processes, I can't always bias which are needed and which are not, so things may still be slipping though. I need to nip this in the bud before something devastating happens to my system and I won't be able to undo the damage.
I am trying to avoid rolling back my system to a previous restore point, if only because I'm not sure when infection began (my "fail-safe" plan was 1.5 months ago)
edit:: running Windows XP Home Edition
edit 2:: forgot to mention: also tried MBAM (updated) and it also found nothing.
Edited by quacthulhu, 12 July 2009 - 01:00 AM.