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Was infected with IS2010


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#1 yoori

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Posted 19 January 2010 - 05:45 AM

I got the Internet Security 2010 pop up
after going to Yahoo's page on Sunday night and the first thing I did was

- scan computer using Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware
removed IS2010 after reboot, it left a IS2010 folder on my desktop but I got rid of it.
Like everyone else there were borders around the desktop icons, got rid of the borders
nothing weird happen to my computer. Even so, I wanted to do more scanning

- Scan with AVG9 found tracking cookies, got rid of them.

- did a rkill and quick scan MAM, didn't find anything.

- Next day I wanted to scan again so I installed SUPERAntiSpyware, reboot the computer to safemode
Used ATF- Cleaner and then I did a full scan with SAS, it found Trojan.Agent/Gen-Nullo[Micro] and Trojan.Agent/Gen-Nullo[Short]. I think I got rid of them.

- Later Reboot to normal mode, quick scan with SAS again, didn't find anything


I'm not having any problems with my computer, it's working okay so far.
I just want to make sure IS2010 didn't leave anything behind and hidden in my computer, that's why I'm here.

:thumbsup:
Pretty embarrassing to be back here for the what seems to be the 100th time.
My computer seems to be a magnet for malware/viruses, I swear.

Thank you again and I appreciate who ever decides to help me

Edited by yoori, 19 January 2010 - 05:59 AM.


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