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Norton Antivirus keeps blocking intrusions

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#1 law42


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Posted 21 July 2010 - 06:28 PM

I have Norton Antivirus and it recently started notifying me that "an intrustion attempt by X was blocked"

X being one of the following since I've turned my computer on this evening:

- (RISK NAME : HTTP Tidserv Request)
- (RISK NAME : HTTPS Tidserv Request 2)
- (RISK NAME : HTTPS Tidserv Request 2)
- (RISK NAME : HTTPS Tidserv Request 2)

The advanced details for these attacks defer slightly for each, but I can provide more detail if needed.

Can anyone help me stop these from occuring?


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#2 HitsuToo


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Posted 22 July 2010 - 07:22 PM

I have the exact same issue. I've scanned with multiple Anti-Viruses and they move some trojans but I doubt they are related to the core rootkit. Other users said it's an "TDL3(+) aka (Tidserv) infection." I've done scans with Malwarebytes, ComboFix and TDSSKiller (detected 4 at first, but now nothing) but none of them were able to remove the malware. ComboFix would detect rootkit activity and remove it but once i have internet connection again, it comes back, Norton Antivirus would keep blocking it. Maybe i'm just doing it wrong? Maye it's a later version of the malware?

Thanks in advance,

Edited by HitsuToo, 22 July 2010 - 08:01 PM.

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