2 days ago, I decided to run a regular virus scan and unexpectedly, my computer was infected with “Trojan horse Generic32.MKY”. It was removed after the scan by AVG.
Then later, AVG popped out and said it detected another one of the same infection, which was removed afterwards as well. The virus didn’t affect my computer performance therefore I didn’t know my computer was infected.
I was worried that that there were more Trojans because the second Trojan wasn’t detected from the scan. So I scanned my computer with AVG, Malwarebytes, ESET Online Scanner and Superantispyware.
All came out clean so I thought the problem was over…
Today, while I was surfing the internet, my webpage suddenly redirected when I didn’t click anything. The page started to load Java so I ended it with task manager because apparently clicking close didn’t work. AVG popped out a “Multiple threat detection” and found 2 “Trojan horse BackDoor.Generic15.BYNL”, which I clicked move to vault. An AVG Identity Protection window also popped out and it said “IDP.Generic.3035C45D” at threat name. So I removed it and restarted my computer as suggested.
I received a “Threat Removal Completed” window when it finished restarting. The summary page said 1 process was terminated and 4 files were deleted.
However I don’t think I should assume that my computer is clean now just like it wasn’t 2 days ago.
OS: Windows XP
Thank you so much for your help!