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#1 cyborama

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Posted 21 October 2009 - 01:01 AM

hello there I have almost completely disinfected from secure tools aka spywareprotect2009 except for a couple of elements. One is this file called nsrbgxod.bak lodged in the documentsandsettings\user\localsettings\temp\ directory.

This is the reminants of almost 20 viruses that plagued this computer trojan.vundo.h and perhaps trojan.zlob.h being some of the worst not to mention backdoor.bot, disabled.security and malware.trace amont the viruses and malware found.

Anyway I have learned that this nsrbgxod.bak which malwarebytes calls trojan.agent could be a rootkit infection and I need to know if you guys have any ideas how to get rid of it.

Also on boot up I get two error messages saying the following: THE APPLICATION OR DLL C:\DOCUME~1\NETWOR~1\NTUSER.DLL IS NOT A VALID WINDOWS IMAGE

I also get this message on bootup

ERROR LOADING C:\DOCUME~1\NETWOR~1\NTUSER.DLL IS NOT A VAILID WIN 32 APPLICATION

When I shutdown the computer I get a couple memory refrence errors that popup to and that nsrbgxod.bak file that I wrote a bit earlier is miraculously deleted just to reappear again with the next reboot.

I do have a hijackthis log for this computer in regards to these issues if you would like to take a look at it.

Thanks,

Bo

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