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Infected with Win64/sirefef.y, b, ab, w, and m


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#1 Beast70

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Posted 04 August 2012 - 01:56 PM

My computer is infected with Win64/sirefef.y, b, ab, w, and m. It reboots within 60 seconds of logging in, both in normal and safe mode. Actually, it even reboots if I let it sit at the user logon screen. It reboots too quickly for any antivirus or anti-malware to disinfect it. I have run the Farbar Recovery Scan Tool - 64 bit and attached the logs (FRST.txt, Search-Explorer.txt, and Search-Services.txt). I guess I need a fixlist.txt file now. Could someone please create one for me? I would be forever grateful. Thanks, Ginger

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Posted 05 August 2012 - 08:15 PM

Please ignore the previous post. The computer is running Vista, so I'm just going to wipe it out and install 7. Thanks




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