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Trojan horse generic infections

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#1 matt3160


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Posted 03 August 2010 - 03:40 PM


I'm on XP Home and a few hours ago, my AVG interface popped up with various infections...

Virus name: Trojan horse Generic18.VII
Path to file: C:\WINDOWS\Temp\odec.tmp\svchost.exe

Virus name: Trojan horse Pakes.GGN
Path to file: C:\WINDOWS\Temp\vhej.tmp\svchost.exe

Virus name: Trojan horse Generic18.XMY
Path to file: C:\WINDOWS\system32\playtyuser.exe

Virus name: Trojan horse Generic18.XMY
Path to file: C:\System Volume Information\_restore{33DD4EB0-3983-4DA0-89CB-7C5D9FC73F75}RP60\A0011742.exe

They're in the virus vault, but I'm not sure if my laptop (HP Compaq nx6325) has been infected. My custom made desktop wallpaper has been replaced by the XP default, as well the skin for Firefox. Apart from that, I don't notice any other changes. My laptop runs as normal, apart from these pop-ups appearing.

Has anybody got any ideas? Can anyone help?

Thanks :thumbsup:

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