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#1 mrfox123


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Posted 14 November 2010 - 07:28 AM

Hello just dropping by to learn some stuff from computers as well as gaining some help.

For the moment i use Windows vista home premium with service pack 2
and my current protection software and clean up is AVG free 2011.
My AVG version is 10.0.1153 and the Virus DB is 424/3255
I dont know extremely much about computers but i know the basics yet i get easily freaked out when my computer does not work properly due to ''unknown'' reasons.

my main reason i signed up for this site was because my AVG just detected a unknown rootkit which is stuck to something called.
BthEnum.sys, hooked import Hal.dll KfReleaseSpinLock ->0x08A118EC (object is hidden)
BthEnum.sys, hooked import Hal.dll KfAcquierSpinLock ->0x338FDE30 (object is hidden)

i did a look up on both BthEnum.sys and Hal.dll
and after seeing that Hal.dll is an important file i got kind of scared.

So i wonder if you could help me point out if this is an actual danger or just a false warning.

Edited by Budapest, 15 November 2010 - 01:57 AM.
Moved from Intros ~BP

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