This topic has the background information for my issue, but I will quickly outline the problem:
I got the Security Guard virus, followed shortly by the XP Defender virus. After a fair amount of trouble, these viruses were removed. The only thing that appeared to be left from them was a redirection on Google search links.
After a few hours of the redirection being the only issue, Microsoft Security Essentials began to detect instances of Win32/Alueron.H . MSE would find a new threat every ~3 seconds and they would just keep stacking up. The details pointed to infected files in Windows/System32/DRIVERS, with names such as OLDF98.tmp , OLDFBF.tmp848D858B , and i804tprt.sys. When I explore this folder, I find 2700+ of these OLD" files (significantly fewer of tthe suspicious system files). No matter what cleaning technique I have used, the Aleurons continue spawning after a few hours.
To try and solve the problem, I recruited the help of a security expert and also BleepingComputer's Boopme. After hours of work, involving 4NT investigation, Malwarebytes, RootKitRevealer, Autoruns, SUPERAntiSpuware, ComboFix, BitDefender, TDSS killer, etc, I have been unsuccessful in finding the root of the virus. Notably, Atapi.sys seems to be part of the problem.
Attached are the DDS and GMER logs.
The GMER log is NOT a full scan; I have run two full scans- the system/scan gets progressively slower, and my system locks up when I try to save at the end. The third, I decided to cut a little short. However, I can say that the attached log shows just about all of the issues the full scans found.
Thanks in advance for the assistance!
Edited by RandomStudent, 20 April 2010 - 10:41 PM.