Note that the HDDOK fake was manually removed first - TDSS was also identified in the first malwarebytes scan, but doesn't show in the log? Now realise that Spphos removed a number of entries relating to TDSSPack-Z & FakeAV-EA when malwarebytes identified them. I also ran TDSSkiller from Kaspersky after which showed no other infection.
System still very slow
Advice appreciated please.
While waiting thought I'd try a couple of new things:
Added another 256mb ram, whilst faster, DDS still freezes, albeit leave it for 10+ minutes.
Tried running in safemode (appreciate that results may not be reflective) DDS still freezes.
Searching folders found a file DDS00 which looks like the second part of the DDS log although it has no file type associated with it - this file is from the same DDS process as the dds.txt file above.
I appreciate that you guys are very busy at the mo, expect that there has been an increase in new malware attacks recently. I know that you don't like folks changing things however I'm sure you appreciate that to sit doing nothing for days does create problems of its own.
Any I believe it is best to tell you what I have done - first I ran combofix /uninstall,then ran dss again, and then ran gmer. I attach the dss logs - in two parts as it still freezes the machine. I haven't included the gmer log as it reported zilch.
I await your kind comments indue course DDS.txt 1.92KB 2 downloads DDS00.txt 16.3KB 1 downloads
EDIT: Posts merged ~BP
Edited by Budapest, 16 January 2011 - 04:14 PM.