My avast program went nuts when I clicked on a link from a email that I get regularly, Avast prompted me to a lot of normal looking programs being infected. I thought they were false positives but then I notice that most of them were labeled "Win32:Expiro-CE" and one was labeled "Win32:Vitro". I looked them up and they appear to be serious, but I disconnected my computer from the internet and avast seem not to be detecting anything more. I did run malwarebytes but it needed to update its virus definitions so I connected back to the internet and let it download the new definitions, after that I disconnected and restarted the computer because malwarebytes needed too. I ran malwarebytes and it detected Trojan.FakeMS and Trojan.Agent both got quarantined and deleted successfully. There are a total of six items that malwarebytes found so if that needs to be posted I'll copy the log from my main computer to the laptop.
I almost forgot avast picked up two supposedly rootkits when I restarted my computer, they both looked like normal programs but expiro apparently does that.
That is all I got for now thanks for reading!
Sorry about the double post the track pad on this laptop is iffy
Edited by PlumAmp24, 11 July 2013 - 01:49 AM.