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#1 dd564

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Posted 27 July 2012 - 10:42 AM

I have a sirefef virus. In the automatic reboot.

Tried doing a system recovery to a few days ago. Not sure if it's clean.

Here is my frst.txt attachment.

Thanks!


*Moderator Edit: Moved topic from Windows 7 to the more appropriate forum. ~ Queen-Evie*

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Edited by Queen-Evie, 27 July 2012 - 11:47 AM.


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Posted 27 July 2012 - 12:51 PM

I have a sirefef virus. In the automatic reboot.

Tried doing a system recovery to a few days ago. Not sure if it's clean.

Here is my frst.txt attachment.

Thanks!


*Moderator Edit: Moved topic from Windows 7 to the more appropriate forum. ~ Queen-Evie*


It's not clean. First off Sirefef is a rootkit that can attach itself to kernel drivers etc and not to scare you it's probably selling your computer out to attacker as we speak and the computer underground. That all said someone correct me if I am wrong but on 64 bit windows 7 Sirefef can't generally attach itself t a kernel driver like it does in Windows XP and unfortunately it looks as though you are running a 32 bit machine with Windows 7 Home Prem which means it's probably infected the kernel too....

Someone here can help you remove it manually but you may also remove it if you can restore your system to factory settings.

Edited by CompSecurityExpert, 27 July 2012 - 12:52 PM.





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