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Mouse pointer has its own life!


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#1 Borgen

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Posted 10 February 2010 - 12:45 PM

Hi!

I have a peculiar issue, the mouse pointer starts to live its own life!
This happens with a couple of hours apart, what it does are to close
a number of programs running, move stuff on the desktop,and tries
to do something accessed from the start button.

It does this procedure real fast but it appears to be the same
kind of moves on the screen but its hard to really tell.

It always gets abrupt'ed since one of my running applications always
asks if i want so save before closing its application, at this point a
constant hold on ESC seams to make this virus, trojan whatever
jump out of its execution?!

I have on another forum gone trough the whole MBAM, Hijack,Avanat,
Combofix, Ad-aware ,DDS, scan etc procedure and during that course
several malwares and trojans was removed but not this mouse thing.
However what have happen are that the timespan between mouse
pointer walk about procedure becomes further apart.

I have let http://www.virustotal.com/
do some scans on several system files and they found nothing.

I dont mind to sit and analyse my own logs from scans if i just could
figure out what is OK and whats not, and to understand which files
should be examined?

Any help appreciated.

Edited by Borgen, 10 February 2010 - 12:55 PM.


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