I immediately ctrl-alt-deleted out of the website, and I run a full system scan on both Malware Bytes and Avira. Neither found anything, however, on my external hard drive, there's a mysterious folder named "6506a12a9cce3614cb46802cf625" that I've never seen before, and I didn't put it there. And it's full of bad things like 'setup', 'eula', and other unpleasantness. I'm almost certain this has something to do with the virus, because every couple of minutes, Avira pops up from the task bar saying "Autorun: Blocked", and there's a file in that folder called autorun. I'm almost positive it's associated with what happened a few days ago.
Anyway, now to the actual problem. I tried to delete the folder and it said it was read-only. So I went to properties and tried to uncheck that, and it keeps telling me that access is denied, and it won't let me un-read-only any of the folders inside of it. Therefore, I can't delete it, or any of the folders inside of it. I did manage to delete the single files that weren't in any of the numerous folders, but I fear that won't stop it. I even run rkill, but it didn't close anything related to this folder. Most of the folders contain things that look identical to a fake anti-virus scam thing. There's a bunch of little icons and pictures and stuff.
The external hard drive is a seagate. Thanks for reading and I really hope you can help.
Edit: I just noticed this should of went into the "External Hardware" section of the forum. Sorry
Edited by Sursion, 11 May 2011 - 01:32 PM.