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I have Trojan Sirefef on my Vista 64 bit PC


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#1 timothycbarkerjr

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Posted 06 January 2012 - 12:42 PM

Hello All.

I have been infected with the Trojan Sirefef. And I can't seem to remove it with the normal means(Ad-Aware, IObit Malware Fighter, Microsoft Security Essentials, etc...)

I currently have Vista 64bit running on a Sony Vaio laptop.

Some of the problems I'm experiencing: Obviously Microsoft Security Essentials is continuously saying that I have threats located on my PC, despite me removing them and restarting. ALso My web browsers, Crome, Firefox or IE are having problems as well. Surfing is very limited and searching for help on google has been a nousance. I would click a link and it would redirect me to another page, something like 95p.com or something similar. My computer has also been a bit slower than it usually is. Other than that though there are no other problems. I mainly use this machine as a studio for recording and making music, and while all of my data is stored on 2 external drives, I'm worried about using them for fear of contamination. I'm fairly new to fighting malware and spyware, as you probably noticed from my list removal programs so any help that could lead me to SALVATION would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks very much!

Tim

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Posted 06 January 2012 - 01:46 PM

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