So I ran Process Explorer and discovered srvklw32.exe was also attached to an instantiation of svchost.exe. Unfortunately, terminating that process caused the PC to shut down. Clever malware programmer.
I eventually rebooted in Safe Mode (command prompt) and was able to delete srvklw32.exe from my Startup folder. I think that killed it, but it did some collateral damage -- e.g., Google Chrome crashes with a "failed to initialize" error; reinstalling it didnít help. Fortunately, Firefox works. Iíll continue to monitor for damage. Just thought Iíd share my experience. This malware completely bypassed my AV (Fix-It Utilities 10 Pro).
UPDATE: I restored a 4-day-old Recovery Commander checkpoint (Fix-It's version of system restore), and now Chrome runs OK. Nor have I noticed any other lingering effects of the infection (knock on wood...).
Edited by reynald, 11 July 2010 - 10:48 PM.