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#1 novirusplease

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Posted 25 August 2005 - 03:37 PM

My computer is infected with several Trojans. I have scanned several times all my harddisks with anti-virus programs (AVG, Spyware Doctor, on-line BitDefender, on-line Panda) but there still remain many of them. Help is kindly needed to definitively remove them.
Trojan list:
- Generic.ET
- Downloader.Generic.CPP
- Downloader.Istbar.AT
- Downloader.Istbar.AQ
- IRC/Backdoor.SdBot.HMG
- IRC/Backdoor.SdBot.ILH
- IRC/Backdoor.SdBot.184.BC
- Clicker.MH
- Dialer.VJ.

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Posted 25 August 2005 - 11:12 PM

This will help

http://www.claymania.com/removal-trojan-adware.html
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#3 webyourbusiness

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Posted 26 August 2005 - 08:10 AM

even the trial version of both webroot's spysweeper and nod32 do a good job together - using the tools mentioned in the first reply, and those two I just mentioned should allow you to get pretty clean - then begin working on putting a layered approach in place to PREVENT future infection. Getting yourself clean and then playing in the mud without protection means you'll get all dirty again - quick!

#4 Scarlett

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Posted 26 August 2005 - 10:05 AM

This is a fantastic trojan hunter. This is the free version.

a-squared Free

And this link should be helpful, to you. :thumbsup:

Bleeping Computer: Simple Steps to Keep Your Computer Secure!

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If you continue to experience problems.

Maybe you should consider posting a Highjack This Log.
This link will take you to a detailed tutorial on how to post a log.



How to Post a Highjack This Log

Just please keep in mind that all Highjack This Team Members are volunteers. One must practice a little patience, when waiting for help.
I promise you though that they will get to you as soon as they are able.

And above all do not attempt to work on your log yourself.
And only take the advice from an official HJT Team Member.
Which will show under thier name and avatar.

One more thing. Do not reply to your own post. As the Team keeps an eye out for zero replies.
If they see a reply they will assume that someone is already helping you out. Then I'm afraid that you may get lost in the shuffle.

Edited by Scarlett, 26 August 2005 - 10:15 AM.

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#5 novirusplease

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Posted 28 August 2005 - 02:20 PM

I have scanned with Stinger which removed only the the Backdoor.SdBot viruses. All other viruses are still detected with AVG. The a-squared free could not be run as no code can be obtained (?!? account has been created with the right e-mail address) to enable the scanner.
What to do next?

#6 tg1911

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Posted 28 August 2005 - 09:04 PM

Try ewido security suite.
When installing, under Additional Options uncheck:
Install background guard
Install scan via context menu

If that doesn't help, do as Scarlett suggested, and post a HijackThis log, in the proper forum, to be examined.
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#7 novirusplease

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Posted 30 August 2005 - 09:41 AM

It unfortunately did not help.
I am posting a HijackThis log in the other forum.




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