Posted 24 October 2012 - 12:48 PM
When I ran a virus scan yesterday with Avast it found nothing, but this morning it found something called "ASPack" and claimed it was a Trojan-gen and a "high" security risk. Apparently it was in my system restore. After seraching google for what it is, I am even more confused. Some sites claim it is a false positive that shows up on Gateway computers (I have a Gateway), others say it is a viscous hacker tool used to log keystrokes and take screenshots and spy on you. I am now running MBAM and so far it has found 11 entries when yesterday it found none. How the heck did I get this thing? Why would anyone want to spy on me (if that is even the case). I saw it recommended multiple times to disable system restore and then re-enable it, and have done so. Any advice is welcome, and I can post the MBAM log when it is finished.