This is my first post and yes, it is a desperate cry for help. While attempting to fix this stubborn infection I resorted to ComboFix. I have heard about this program for some time now, however, with the basic programs always got me by so this is my first time using it.
Let me give you a description of my problem. I noticed this first when I was going to log into my bank (Chase), and I got redirected to a phishing site asking me for routing #, bank account #, pin #, etc! I knew that I had been compromised. I was confused because although I am only using freeware, I have AVG 9.0 which I assumed was protecting me? Well well well, it was time to fix my problem. I ran a complete scan and removed a bunch of garbage files like tracking cookies etc., but no trojan, worm, or rootkit. I knew that my problem was not being caused by any tracking cookies so I ran scans with all kinds of different programs. So far I have scanned with the following programs:
All have been updated to the latest definitions first, and all failed to find the smoking gun. Now my system runs fine, but the 3 banks that I tried to log into (with fake credentials) all redirected me to phishing sites. I have also tried to scan in safe mode, which brings me to an interesting point: The bank sites to not redirect me in safe mode! After learning this, I edited msconfig to block all non MS programs from starting. When I rebooted to normal, same problem.
I have ran DDS and GMER and Combofix and have attached my logs. Hopefully someone will be able to save me here
Mod Edit ~ OP reply edited in here and extra reply removed. ~Pandy
Edited by Pandy, 20 February 2010 - 02:28 PM.