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Using Vuze when a couple of .exe files downloaded

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#1 girthdevon


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Posted 24 February 2010 - 06:41 AM

Hi Bleeping people, not sure exactly what I may be infected by. I was using Vuse yesterday to watch a program I had downloaded. As it started I was prompted to download something to enable viewing. Foolishly (maybe) and without thinking , I OK'd it and within a minute or so my Kaspersky informed me that mplayer.exe had been placed into Low Restricted, followed by I4JDEL0.exe....AU_.exe is another that after searching appears to be malicious....also 01J6U2LI.bat appeared later in the day, but I can find no info on that file.

Seconds after the initial download my internet connection was broken, it is still on - I can use my laptop still fine......I spent a while getting back online with my PC again but each time I reboot now the connection is lost and I cannot work out how to make the the connection stay after reboot. My Windows Zero Configuration was initially disabled. I have had a little search on those files and it appears 50/50 if they are malicious or not - certainly something changed on my computer and its not right.....

Your help is appreciated...

Thanks Gareth

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