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Hi, i think im infected with a virus again.


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#1 JJTJ

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Posted 21 April 2011 - 04:24 AM

Oh well let me start this topic upp.

I think my computer was infected by a virus.

Becoz it was running too slow, and when i look at the task manager there are multiple svchost.exe process

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My antivirus reported me that a file was infected ( i deleted it now, everytime i deleted it it comes back, so i tried to rename it then delete it, and it was gone . )

but after dlteing the infected file, OMGWTF, i was shocked that my AV ( avast prof. ) reported almost some of my programs as virus ! I moved them in the chest then delete them, after delete i was needed to reinstall the programs again , coz the files infected were the main ones, like garena.exe.
after reinstalling i scanned again , then wtf, he found another virus on my printer program ! so i was wondering if a virus infected my comp ?..

and all the virus it was reporting is Win32: sality

btw here are the files i downloaded this week which i suspect, the ones who gave me this freaking virusses.

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=CLNTH8GM

and this:

http://www.internetdownloadmanager.com/ ( i think this program is safe , just wanted to get sure.

SOrry for my poooor english, i asked help in this forum last year about having a virus and you helped me guys alot, and now i wanted you to help me again ( so sorry )

Thanks in advance..

My AV is avast, and i have malwarebytes installed in my comp.

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Posted 23 April 2011 - 11:47 PM

Oh well let me start this topic upp.

I think my computer was infected by a virus.

Becoz it was running too slow, and when i look at the task manager there are multiple svchost.exe process

+

My antivirus reported me that a file was infected ( i deleted it now, everytime i deleted it it comes back, so i tried to rename it then delete it, and it was gone . )

but after dlteing the infected file, OMGWTF, i was shocked that my AV ( avast prof. ) reported almost some of my programs as virus ! I moved them in the chest then delete them, after delete i was needed to reinstall the programs again , coz the files infected were the main ones, like garena.exe.
after reinstalling i scanned again , then wtf, he found another virus on my printer program ! so i was wondering if a virus infected my comp ?..

and all the virus it was reporting is Win32: sality

btw here are the files i downloaded this week which i suspect, the ones who gave me this freaking virusses.

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=CLNTH8GM

and this:

http://www.internetdownloadmanager.com/ ( i think this program is safe , just wanted to get sure.

SOrry for my poooor english, i asked help in this forum last year about having a virus and you helped me guys alot, and now i wanted you to help me again ( so sorry )

Thanks in advance..

My AV is avast, and i have malwarebytes installed in my comp.



Bump, i need help pls ASAP :|

And now m anti virus detecs the uninstall.exe file of photoscape in my computer, and when i try to uninstall it , it says i dont have enough privilaeges ( but im login as adminiistrator) tried even to run it as administrator.


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