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Sirefef - 0Access Removal


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#1 NDSupport

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Posted 01 July 2013 - 08:27 AM

Good morning, all!

 

It seems this virus is the next cool thing as most of the machines we've seen in our office have severe damage and traces listing 0Access/Sirefef.  It also seems the malware comes bundled with a faux-Anti-Virus program, "System Care" (A fake AV that seems to be months old.) We've noticed some of the damage that comes with 0Access and Sirefef is severe services issues, missing or corrupted.  I just wanted to put this on the site (As I use Bleeping Computer for a lot of referencing but I don't see this in the downloads section)

 

http://kb.eset.com/esetkb/index?page=content&id=SOLN2895&locale=en_US

 

Eset has a reset to the services damaged by the malware as well as a quick trick to help fix the Windows Defender issue that comes about with the malware.  We've used it on the last couple machines and applications like "RKill" and a proprietary PXE no longer list issues related to base services, and the services have returned to the services.msc list.

 

(Must run in CMD with switch "/r")

 

Bit Defender also has a removal tool,

 

http://www.bitdefender.com/free-virus-removal/

 

I hope this helps those select few that become infected with the malware and they're able to remove and repair the OS without having to restore!

 

Thanks,

Nick


Edited by NDSupport, 01 July 2013 - 08:45 AM.


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