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Hijack Idenfied/Eliminated Trojan:Win32/Vundo.gen!AV


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#1 22bags

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Posted 27 September 2010 - 09:58 AM

The following Trojan was the final cause of the google browser hijacking on my system. It had not been identified by any Norton McAfee or Kaspersky scan. It ended up being identified through the use of the free, dowloadable Microsoft Security Essentials and it was successfully eliminated from my system after I ran this executable program from the Microsoft site. The trojan was a recent addition to their scan profle.

Details:
Trojan:Win32/Vundo.gen!AV

File:c:\Windows\system32\rdpcoreu.dll
File:c:\windows\Tasks\YFUHLCMLDH.job
Taskscheduler:c:\windows\tasks\YFUHLCMLDH.job


Once this Trojan was deleted from my computer there have been no further problems.


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