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ISP informed me of a BOT, both PC's are infected.

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#1 FrickinThing


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Posted 16 June 2013 - 05:26 PM

Hey everyone, so I finally made it here..
I also posted this in another section earlier today but no replies and I need to fix it ASAP as I work from my computer.
A few days ago I was trading, (I'm a Forex trader) all of the sudden the screen went black for a few seconds and my ISP sent me an email directly after my screen recovered, everything browser related froze and after hard-closing I reopened my email and my ISP said that I've been infected with a BOT, AWESOME! So I went to my ISP's website to check just to make sure as they have a URL you can access that will scan for BOTS and this is what came up.
It also has an option to Export Data to a .CSV file and this is what it shows when opened.
I get this notice on both of my computers.
I'm running WIN7 and I've tried the following in and out of Safemode.
Malwarebytes PRO
Ad-Aware Antivirus
Spybot S&D
Security Essentials
Removed anything that came up, but nothing that shows this BOT. A search on Google doesn't even show anything about it. I can't afford to have my bank accounts and trading accounts compromised, I constantly check logging IP's on anything I can and so far I'm the only one, the name of the BOT sounds terrifying and I have no idea how or why it got there in the first place. I don't share connections with anyone, all my stuff is protected and the only other PC in the house that has this connection is my own that only I use. I did a netstat -a just out of curiosity and got a few strange results I can post if needed but am probably just paranoid.
So that's where I'm at. S.O.S!
Thanks guys.

Edited by Queen-Evie, 16 June 2013 - 09:18 PM.
deleted DDS log, which is allowed only in Malware Removal Logs.

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#2 Queen-Evie


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Posted 16 June 2013 - 09:26 PM

You posted your other topic in Malware Removal Logs 2 hours before you posted the same thing here. That topic is here

Regarding malware logs in the blue section of the page

Unfortunately, with the amount of logs we receive per day, the average response time is 5 days. I want to assure you,though, that your topic will be looked at and responded to. So please be patient.


I do know it is hard to be patient when one has such issues. It is possible that someone will respond in your MRL topic sooner.

Because you have a DDS log posted elsewhere this topic is closed.

Edited by Queen-Evie, 16 June 2013 - 09:52 PM.

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