Don't feel like the lone stranger on not getting much help. I checked the post where I asked for help, and it had ZERO replies.
Glad you're giving SUPERAnti-Spyware a try.
It got rid of several infected files on my machine.
Initially I was unable to get Malwarebytes' Antimalware to install (I kept having a "Destination Component" error during the Malwarebyte's install attempt....). After several days of searching, I finally found a post (on the Malwarebytes' forum) that suggested the "Destination Component" error was the result of an HP printer (yes, I have an HP printer), and I gave tried what the post suggested, which was put the HP printer install cd in, go to the setup folder, and run a certain .msi file, and that resolved my "Destination Component" error issue, and was FINALLY able to install Malwarebytes' Antimalware.
When I scanned with Malwarebytes', it found several infected files (that SUPERAnti-Spyware did NOT find), and it got rid of them.
I scanned again with SUPERAnti-Spyware and it finally came up "clean" (no infected files found).
Scanned again with Malwarebytes' and it finally came up "clean" also.
AVG found infected restore points on my computer, so I just deleted all my restore points. If you haven't done so already, you will want to do that.
If you don't have CCleaner, get it. It's free. And it does alot more than just clean out the trash.
It does a good job of cleaning your computer of trash/junk/temp, all that.
CCleaner also has a Registry checking/fixing tool. I've used that, and it found entries leftover in the registry from programs I USED to have, and it got rid of those entries.
CCleaner also has a section called TOOLS, which has 3 different tools:
Uninstall (to uninstall programs)
Startup (you can make use of this one, because it shows you all entries listed in Startup, whether they have a checkmark or not. The two files that you found unchecked listed in your Startup:
will be shown there, and you can remove those entries using the Startup tool in CCleaner.
The 3rd tool is a System Restore tool, that allows you to selectively choose restore points to delete. Not knowing WHICH restore points are infected, I think it is better to simply turn OFF System Restore (through Control Panel, System, System Restore tab) and delete ALL Restore Points. I just wanted to let you know that CCleaner WILL allow selective deletion of Restore Points, whereas the Control Panel, System, System Restore does NOT give that option).
So, end result, I do recommend that you run CCleaner (use the cleaner, use the Registry check/fix thing, and remove any entries in your Startup for those infection files, even if they are NOT checked), and do get Malwarebytes', and go turn off your System Restore.
I have not yet found the answer for the one remaining trace left on my computer (the hazikubu*.* entry in my registry that causes the rundll32.exe to run in Task Mngr), and until I do, I'm not going to risk doing something that will I regret. I don't know enough about editing the registry to know whether it is a simple matter of changing the value for that entry, or simply deleting that entry in the registry.
By the way, my personal email is firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to email me further about this (or other computer issues). I've been helping people with computers since 1996. When I do not know the answer, or am only partially certain about an answer, I will tell the truth. I'm not ashamed to say "I'm not sure, let me go look it up" or "I have NO idea".
If you email me, put something in the subject line of the email that I'll recognize, like HELP in upper case (I read those first), or Cory-cfaber1974 from bleepingcomputer.
I have never run the combofix tool, because of the warnings I read about it.
Are you still getting the error on boot?"Error loading mokejudu.dll the specified module could not be found" then a "ok" button.
You've very welcome, and I hope this gets better for you.
In view of the fact that I received ZERO replies, I will probably not be on this site very much.
P.S. I'm using AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition.
You might want to try that as well. http://download.cnet.com/AVG-Anti-Virus-Fr...4-10320142.htmlhttp://free.avg.com/us-en/homepage
Edited by Sashacat, 09 February 2010 - 12:21 PM.