Back in February, I had three different malware attacks on my computer within a week of each other (Antivirus.NET, Antivirus Monitor, and a third one I forgot). I followed your detailed tutorials and get rid of them, each of the three times. Then in July, I got a fourth malware infection, and then another, and then another (another three), with the lastest coming with a google redirect TDSS, which TDSSKiller got rid of. I again followed BleepingComputer's instructions and got myself clean. All six were removed with MalwareBytes. However, since then strange occurances have been happening that makes me think something else is wrong.
First, iexplore.exe is using a lot of MEM USAGE and High CPU Activity. Second, Windows Security Alerts says "Automatic updates are turned off" and I can't get them to turn back on. Third, Charter Security Suite said it has blocked access to Trojan.Win32.Jorik.Fraud virus (on July 1st) Fourth, two days ago Charter Security Suite blocked access to Trojan-Banker.Win32.Bancos.soy virus (both of these were successfully quarantined and removed. The weird thing is that both times my internet connection had been disabled by myself. Fifth, I installed PCSafeDoctor which claimed it found "WiseSFXDropper" on my computer in a temp folder. This caused to be delete my temp folder's contents. (PCSafeDoctor required payment to remove the infected files). Sixth, on the recommendation of a friend, I installed RegistryBooster 2011, but I stopped the scan after it found 1400+ registry errors. I sensed something fishy was going down.
I haven't run MalwareBytes in a couple of days and have a few other malware programs installed (Sophos, Spyhunter, Kaspkersky). I know I've told you a lot, but please tell me what I should do or if I'm just acting paranoid. Thanks.
Edited by Noahcs, 22 July 2011 - 02:23 PM.