When i perform a full system scan Kaspersky 2010 says my system memory is infected with Rootkit.WIN.TDSS.d.
However it is unable to delete or disinfect it.
I posted a topic in the kaspersky forum 5 days ago and they have been unable to help. Their entire forum is full of users who have been infected with the same malware.
Now my problem has got worse as well as my system memory being infected with Rootkit.WIN.TDSS.d.
I can now not access the Windows update webpage. Some time when i click on a link my browser gets redirected to phising sites.
Kaspersky now regularly shuts down my browser saying:
07/04/2010 12:44:16 Detected: Trojan-Downloader.JS.Agent.fce [malicious URL] Generic Host Process for Win32 Services
07/04/2010 12:44:55 Detected: Exploit.JS.Pdfka.bul [malicious URL] Generic Host Process for Win32 Services
07/04/2010 12:57:46 Denied:[malicious URL] (analysis according to the base of phishing web addresses) [malicious URL] URL found in the base Firefox
I also have a svchost.exe trojan that keeps reappearing in oddly named folders after Kaspersky deletes it. For example:
This is my hijack this log
hijackthis.log 7.07KB 0 downloads
My Attach log
Attach.txt 14.68KB 1 downloads
My GMER Log
gmer.log 25.81KB 2 downloads
my combo fix log
cmbflog.txt 20.19KB 6 downloads
Edited by maced, 12 April 2010 - 06:51 AM.