This is my first post, and although I've read the introduction thread, bare with me.
I use Windows XP home edition, with Norton Anti-Virus as my AV.
A few days back, I was attacked my the Antimalware Doctor Virus, and went through the steps to remove it, but, my problem didn't end there.
While the program has been removed (though I am still seeing it's signature mediafixblahblah files in various places in my Registry Editor), My AV is still alerting me of various attacks upon my computer. This attacks happen about every 5-10 minutes. While they all say they were blocked, and no action is required, obviously something is wrong.
I've seen two people thus far with the similar problem ( http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic344409.html
was one), but felt I should create my own thread, as it seemed that each was case specific.
With the Anti-malware Doctor, I went through and deleted the files within the Registry editor (those that I found) and searched my hard-drive for any of the others, though, not all of the ones I was told to look for were found, such as the enemies-list.txt. I ended up successfully removing the program from my computer, but the other errors remained.
The reports from each of the attacks are:
Risk Name: HTTPS Tidserv Request 2
Attacking Computer: nyewrika.in (220.127.116.11, 443)
Summary: Network traffic from nyewrika.in matches the signature of a known attack. The attack was resulted from \DEVICE\HARDDISKVOLUME2\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\SVCHOST.EXE
Each attack has similar information, though, the attacking computer may change. (Most common is 68b6b6b6.com) and often it says the attack was resulted from the program files of whatever web browser I am using. I was using Opera, until it said an attack was resulting from there, and I deleted the program, in hopes of fixing it, but... No such luck.
Earlier today, my computer also encountered an error, though, I can't quote it directly, it has something to do with svchost.exe attempting to divide my zero, if that means anything.
If any other information is requested, I'll be glad to provide it. I'm just hoping to get this taken care of as quickly as possible, before the alerts become a much more serious problem.