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#1 OnTheRopes

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Posted 21 October 2009 - 03:58 PM

After noticing my computer acting strangely last night, I ran AdAware last night. AdAware turned up nothing but some tracking cookies. After the AdAware scan I ran HiJackThis, and noticed a few funny things. I deleted all of them successfully except for one-sdra64.exe. After doing some research on how to remove this virus/trojan/whatever, I found out that it had certain registry keys which I was able to find successfully. However, when this key is deleted it comes back instantly, apparently due to the exe itself. The file is, according to every online resource I have been able to find, in the system 32 folder. However, when looking for it, I am unable to find the file. My computer is acting fine currently, but when I boot up I still notice a funny process that I have never seen before last night (it is some random numbers, if you guys need this process just ask.), and HiJackThis is still showing sdra64.exe This virus is kicking my ass currently and I could use some help ridding my computer of it.

Edited by OnTheRopes, 21 October 2009 - 04:03 PM.


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