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Office laptop that has been infected with multiple malware

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#1 BSH117


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Posted 29 September 2010 - 12:26 PM

I have an office laptop that has been infected with multiple malware. It started with Antivirus 2010, then it got the "congratulations, you won" audio malware and now it has a browser hijack.

I've run mbam, gmer, rootrepeal and Vipre (our standard virus protection software). I've unplugged the computer from the network and have only plugged it in to get mbam updates. Today, when searched for this website, it redirected me to another one. I quickly turned off the browser and I'm using another office computer to post.

I thought that I got rid of the other malware, but there is still something on this computer. I've erased a file named, "jykqpbjx.exe" from the system32 directory and the registry, but it's reappeared twice. I think it's associated with the "you won" audio malware. I've also deleted a 432u8.exe file from the fonts directory twice.

I'm hoping someone can help me out.

Thanks so much!!

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