Windows 7 ( 64 Byte)
I recently got attacked by the Ukash virus. I re-started in safe mode and used a restore point to get things running again. I have noticed that PDF,JPEG,WORD files no longer open. Also IE favourites doesn't open.. These files do not open when I transfer them (via USB stick) to another computer. I've received advice from various forums which I've tried. I've downloaded and ran allsorts of software. Either no problems were found or 100's were found which require a payment to fix. My computer is loaded with downloads which include, root cleaner,antispyware,malware,registry cleaners,windows defender,CClean,rkill,BD removal,mbam,tdskiller, etc etc. I've tried them all and to be honest lost track of which one I should be using.
Is there a recommended approach to
a) Checking for an infected computer
C) Restoring Damaged Files
What sequence should registry fix,root cleaners,malware,spyware etc be used ?
The AVG protection I have installed did not detect anything.
I also understand that restore points themselves can be infected. Any help would be appreciated
Edited by hamluis, 28 February 2013 - 10:31 AM.
No logs, moved from Malware Removal Logs to Am I Infected - Hamluis.