Posted 13 July 2011 - 04:41 PM
In running my AVG Anti-Rootkit Scan today, it gave me a list of files, but did not register them as "infected." It reported that the items were "white-listed" and should not be removed or were "hidden" files. As I've said, AVG didn't list them as "infected," but as "0/28 files infected." My computer has not been running irregularly, so this strikes me as very peculiar. I run scans religiously (weekly) and back them up with a good sweep of Advanced System Care, which have not reported anything up until now.
I called Best Buy and asked what their opinion was, and they reported it could be a false positive. They recommended that I download and run TDSS Killer to see if the results would be mirrored, but they were not.
So, would it be safe to say that I'm clean? What else could I do to make sure?