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Many Viruses and Trojan


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#1 BeatKing

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Posted 17 October 2011 - 08:43 AM

Hi, I have recently been infected by many virus/trojan:
I started with the Antivir recognition of
- TR/Spy.ZBot.afal Trojan

Then I made a complete test with Antivir, it found:

- TR/PSW.Zbot.AF.14 Trojan
- EXP/Pidief.hbk
- JAVA/Stutter.X Java virus
- JAVA/Exdoer.GF Java virus
- EXP/Javi.B exploit
- JAVA/OpenConnect.AI Java virus
- EXP/2010-0840.H exploit
- TR/Vilsel.AFYC.2 Trojan
- BDS/Backdoor.Gen3 back-door program
- TR/Dldr.Bagle.MG.8 Trojan
- TR/FrogDrop.B Trojan
- EXP/Bandom.E exploit
- HEUR/HTML.Malware suspicious code
- BDS/Cain.2.0 back-door program

I removed all the infected files.

I also tried a complete scan with Trend Micro.
(I installed an antivirus software, made a complete scan, cleaned infected files, uninstalled antivirus software before installing next)

I thought my computer was ok, then after a few hours my computer gave me lots of (fake) hardware troubles: I also had
the "Fake Windows System Restore Virus". I installed malwarebytes anti-malware and removed that virus too.

Now I am not sure anymore if I have some more trojan/virus.

The system is much slower than usual, Firefox often hangs for 20",

I also tried Combofix (I know I shouldn't have to, but I am now desperate), and I have c:\windows\syswow64\userinit.exe infected. TrendMicro found nothing, Spybot Search And Destroy found nothing.

Now I don't know my next action:
- should I try to remove the virus related to userinit.exe? can I be sufficently confident my notebook is ok (I have a online bank account).
- should it be safer to reformat and reinstall my laptop?

My configuration:
Sony Vaio Series f
Windows 7 64 bits
8G RAM, 500G HD

I apology for my not particularly correct English.


Thank you very much.

Marcello

Edited by BeatKing, 17 October 2011 - 09:32 AM.


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Posted 17 October 2011 - 04:57 PM

With the information you have provided I believe you will need help from the malware removal team.
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