AVG, MalwareBytes, Super AntiSpyware, and GMER all crumble before this mysterious virus. AVG's real-time scanning is disabled, and if I run a scan, it completes after checking zero files saying no threats found. When scanning with Super Antispyware, MalwareBytes and GMER, they all start searching for a few seconds then get terminated and the executables become corrupted (kind of. The error message received when attempting to open the file again is "Windows can not access the specified device, path or file. You may not have the appropriate permissions to access the item.")
GMER lasts longer because it scans other entries before scanning "Processes." I'm pretty sure the other two scan processes very early in the scan (within seconds). But once it scans processes, like the rest, it gets terminated and corrupted.
I believe the culprit here is the file C:\Windows\3517402925:3534772270.exe - 464K
Unfortunately it will not show up in the log I attach since as soon as it goes to processes, the program gets terminated. You'll see in my aforementioned thread that while GMER was scanning "Files", it did find the file (C:\Windows\3517402925:3534772270.exe) and it lasted for about 10 seconds, but then got terminated and corrupted.
GMER.txt 16.12KB 1 downloads
Edited by Putrid, 10 November 2011 - 03:10 PM.