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I think I have Morto on Win 2003 Server R2


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#1 patchm00

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Posted 19 November 2012 - 02:57 PM

Hello,

Server internet keeps dying which brings down the entire small church where this server is. Ran Malwarebytes and it found Trojan/Morto. Said it cleaned/rebooted went down again next day. Checked with some other tools including Super AntiSpywre, Sophos virus Removal Tool, unhackme, norton root killer and Eset online. Most found the same threat, said it was cleaned but it keeps coming back. It will find it at C:\WINDOWS\ Offline Web Pages\cache.txt and ntshrui.dll (trojans). It never says anything about the sens32.dll which I thought was one of the main problems. I found in services 4 services named letters (a, c, m r etc) that were each running the exact same command which was svchost.exe -k netsvcs

I've deleted those services but still getting warning popups from malwarebytes (bought version). I also am getting several popups when the malware is running stating that malwarebytes has blocked an outgoing web call to ip addresses (they seem to be based in Russia). I seem to have it "band aided" enough to keep it up for now until I can get hand's on access to do something.

Running Windows 2003 Server R2 with all updates.

thank you

Edited by patchm00, 19 November 2012 - 02:58 PM.


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