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Have my computer already infected?

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#1 yukitothepriest


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Posted 06 September 2009 - 01:43 AM

When I plugged my removable disk to a shared computer in the internet cafe, suddenly my removable disk's name. it's folder's name, and file's name changed into unknown characters.

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In my home, I plugged my removable disk into my computer and I scanned it with Avira, Avira only scanned the folder named Recycler which contained jwgkvsq.vmx but Avira didn't do any action.

I searched in the internet, something that infected my removable disk is kind of Conficker (but I'm not really sure).

When I checked my computer, Folder Option is still working, I search the registry to find a file with .vmx extension and I got nothing, there's no suspicious svchost.exe that used an enourmous memory.

Have my computer already infected with Conficker? What should I do with my removable disk that already infected?

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