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#1 Dru G

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Posted 28 January 2010 - 06:36 PM

I have been trying to remove some nasty spyware from a Windows Server 2003 system. I used Trojan Scanner and I think it got rid of some. But now I'm left with "sopiveri.dll" and it doesn't go away.

This is what shows up on trojan scanner:

This file is loaded by the windows registry: sopiveri.dll
A file with this name *has not* been found (it may be hidden)

This file is called from the following Registry Key: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\"pojeduveyo"

THIS FILE IS A TROJAN HORSE
Appears to contain: TROJAN.VIRTUEMONDE (HEURISTIC DETECTION).


And then is shows:

RESTRICTIVE WINDOWS EXPLORER POLICIES FOUND
DisableSR All Users Removes the System Restore tab from the Computer Properties page
DisableRegistryTools Current User Disables Registry editing tools (regedit.exe)
NoFolderOptions Current User Removes "Folder Options" item from the Windows Explorer and Control Panel


I run this scan over and over again and still shows the same, it either doesn't fix it or the spyware changes them back.

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#2 Dru G

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Posted 09 February 2010 - 10:43 PM

bump...

any help please?




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