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WIN 7 - Account corrupter afer windows recovery infection


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#1 fullgarage

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Posted 25 May 2011 - 02:23 AM

Hello.

I've been infected by Windows Recovery on my laptop (using win 7 pro 64 bits).

I think i've removed the infection, using:
- Rkill
- TDSSkiller
- the Anti Malware
- Combo Fix
- and then unhide

I am now able to access to my various files.

However, my profile / user seems now corrupted, and even flagged as administrator, i do not have access anymore to some programs or folders (message prompted is that this requires administrator rights) !
I've tried to solve the issue creating another profile, but this does not work any better.

Additionally, all the shortcuts for programs are no longer valid, and i cannot run the windows system tools (for instance, cannot make a right click on 'computer' on the start menu, and choose 'manage', as the link to administrative tools is no longer valid)...

From time to time, i also have some programs that dissapear (usually the first time after recovery than i start a program, the .exe file can dissapear once i close it).
I am still infected (i've run the anti malware program, no more infection is found) ?

Any idea on how i could solve these issues ?

Thanks for any help, and regards

Edited by fullgarage, 25 May 2011 - 03:56 AM.


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