Aside from Windows, I have Chrome, FireFox, Safari Browsers, VirusTotal Uploader, CCleaner, Auto-It (old legacy version), Sandboxie, Spybot S&D, Malwarebytes Anti-Malware, Avira (free) AV, JRE & UTorrent installed, along with some older database products.
I periodically update & scan with ComboFix the other Anti-Malware stuff just to be sure of the clean nature of the environment.
Despite all the other scanners coming up clean, Combofix is reporting (at or after Stage 50) that dsound.dll in C:\Windows\System32\ is infected and is attempting to restore it.
I have tried completely uninstalling Combofix and re-running a newly installed copy in case it was caching old data but the same issue remains.
It is also telling me that two other DirectX sound related dll files files (d3d8.dll & d3d9.dll) are missing (which is what I expect).
The dsound.dll file definately does not exist (not even hidden or archived off somewhere).
I believe that Combofix may be mis-flagging the absence of dsound.dll as an infection of the the file blocking access to it. Can somone please confirm if this may be the case.
Edited by chr0naut, 25 April 2010 - 05:38 PM.