Scanned with AVG 2013 which found 13 potentially threats and stated not all were removed, then subsequently reported 9 potentially dangerous rootkits - and then stated not all were removed. Details revealed 4 cases of broken digital signatures (addressed elsewhere) and 9 rootkits [identified such as IRP hook, \Driver\Disk IRP_MJ_CLOSE ->CLASSPNP.SYS Cl]. AVG says not all were removed when they addressed both the total number of 13 problems and when they addressed the 9 rootkits, but I cannot find any more rootkits.
Subsequent numerous scans do not show the rootkits, but still show 3 of the broken digital signatures (I deleted one file to remedy one). Can I safely assume the rootkits are gone and that I only need to deal with the broken digital signatures?
Edited by Chris Bar, 15 March 2013 - 09:18 AM.