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Infected by parite.b possibly.

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#1 Parry B

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Posted 28 July 2009 - 08:11 AM


I 'll try to be very detailed about the issue. I happened to have had trojans on my computer and so I formatted my machine. Then, I installed Kaspersky antivirus, spybot and ad-aware. Later, I required winrar to extract a certain file and so I thought of getting it from demonoid. It downloaded and when I ran it... my anti virus suspected something and so it blocked it. Then when I logged onto demonoid again, it submitted a torrent under my account all by itself. That's when I realized that something was wrong. Then I run a scan from Kaspersky, Spybot and an online scan from Panda and later also scanned it with ad-aware. It didn't detect anything other than cookies which it deleted too.

The problem itself is that every time the windows boot, a random file xyz.tmp is created in a temp folder under the local user profile. I will attach couple of screenshots of the error message. It's only one error message that I receive and after clicking OK I can resume windows and work normally.


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I 'll also post screenshots of the detected reports from kaspersky:

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Their respective definitions on virus list:




I tried deleting the .tmp files manually from that folder but after every boot it creates one .tmp file there.


I am sorry if I have posted in a wrong section of the forum. It's my first time here. Please help to resolve this problem. Thanking you in advance.

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