1) I ran TDSSKiller (I was prompted to download an updated version, which I did). I did check off the part where it says to detect TDLFS file system. The scan pulled up no threats using those settings.
2) I then went and ran the online virus scanner from ESET. No threats detected there.
3) I'm currently running a Norton Antivirus Full System Scan. So far, nothing has been detected, other than tracking cookies. It's early in the scan, though.
Is there anything else I should do to be certain that I didn't accidentally download a virus? I had an experience last week where I somehow picked up a virus and was able to deal with it. I just want to make sure that there's nothing else on my computer.
The PC I have is running Windows XP with the latest service pack installed. I'm also running Internet Explorer 8. Also, I installed the latest version of Java two nights ago.
That should be it. I'll update if anything turns up on the Norton scan. Any advice would be appreciated.
Thank you for your time.
Update--Norton scan just finished; all it found were some tracking cookies which have been dealt with. Nothing else. One thing of note is that when I was on aolmail a few hours ago, the MacAfee thing went off, saying that it was blocking content of a suspected nature.
Edited by arc14716, 23 July 2012 - 08:39 AM.