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Multi Trojan Infections

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#1 noian


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Posted 06 September 2009 - 09:46 PM

After noticing an insane amount of lag on my computer (and equally high amounts of internet connection blocks), AVG picked up the trojans: jiri.exe, nadd.exe, and vse432.exe (after picking up nothing before). I thought I already removed vse432.exe (acquire via an webpage advertisement) ages ago, but it somehow got hidden in C:\RECYCLE and a USB drive, despite multiple attempts to remove it, so I don't know if AVG is able to remove it properly. I don't know how Nadd got onto the computer (shared computer) as the scan picked it up on another user account. Lastly, jiri.exe was in the temporary internet files, so (I guess?) it got removed when I ran ATF Cleaner and CC Cleaner. I don't know if there's anything else besides trojans (probably is) seeing as two trojans went unnoticed on the computer for so long, but peerguardian is (despite AVG deleting (?) the trojans) still reporting huge numbers of automatic connections to websites that I didn't initiate (see the attached blockedconnections for a list of around 1/5 of the total automatic connections that weren't initiated by the user). Thanks for any help in advance.

Anyway, the required logs are attached.

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#2 noian

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Posted 06 September 2009 - 11:04 PM

I managed to remove most of the connections by blocking the two addresses the virus/whatever seems to "call home" to ( and for updates on where to connect, whatever it is occasionally pings my DNS server (which I can't block cause that would mean I would have no internet), and tries each port 3 times before moving onto a new port when the attempts fail. I'd still like to know how to remove the cause of the automatic connection attempts (which tried to connect to a site known to install conflicker).

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Posted 22 September 2009 - 03:39 PM

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