About a week ago I started getting the 60 second prompt to restart my computer, doing it after the timer ends. It's the known NT AUTHORITY error, associated with "services.exe".
As it seems to be usual with this type of malware, if I disable my internet connection (wireless network), the prompt never shows up.
I'm using Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2010 updated with the latest virus definitions. I had already scanned through all my disk and though it found some trojans a few days before, which I have deleted, now it won't find anything. I've also tried Kaspersky's Virus Removal Tool with no success. The installer was downloaded yesterday and is named setup_188.8.131.522_25.07.2010_17-31.exe. Its settings were set to maximum security and deep search, which took about 10 hours to do a full scan
I would really like to be able to clean my computer, as I am unable to surf the web.
Trying the shutdown -a command to push the 60-second prompt away gets the computer too much unstable to work on.
Windows malware removal tool from July 2010 (downloaded through windows update) couldn't find anything either.
I'm using Windows XP home edition.
I've made a log file using HijackThis during the 60 second prompt, which is below. I hope there's no problem with posting it now.
Many thanks in advance, for any help I may receive from you.
Log deleted at user request
Edited by m0le, 10 August 2010 - 10:46 AM.
Moved from AII as an HjT Log is included ~Pandy