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I think I'm still infected, but I've ran my scans twice.

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#1 Landored


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Posted 04 February 2011 - 04:25 AM

Today, I tried to download something and it failed horribly.

My Avira Guard would tell me "X Virus has been found in X location!" They would appear as kqb.exe, kqc.exe, kqf.exe etc. Also, I think my browser was also hijacked because for some odd reason a pop up would say "You have won a free iPod4, click OK to get details"

My first reaction was to shut down my computer, and start it in Safe Mode.

After that, I ran MBAM and my Avira to remove any virus. I ran MBAM first and it found 10 viruses. I ran Avira's on demand scan after and it found one. I shut down my computer and started it in normal mode.

However, the "You have wonn a free iPod4" thing would still appear. I checked Windows Task Manager and ended KDF and KDG from my processes. That removed the pop ups. The description of the KDG and KDF were something like "Dr.Web something something"

I still believe I am infected, but my anti-viruses won't pick up any scraps left behind. What should I do in this situation?

I am in desperate need of help!

Edited by Landored, 04 February 2011 - 04:52 AM.

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