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Need help removing, TR/Crypt.ulpm.Gen


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#1 MatticusH

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Posted 28 September 2013 - 07:54 AM

Hey, Im fairly new to this forums so hello all.

 

Unfortunately, right off the bat however I require help with a Trogan I seem to have picked up over the last few days, it appears particularly malicious, shutting down my windows defender and evading all scans I have conduct thus far ( including windows free virus scan @ safety.live.com).

 

I have also scanned my system using Avira's free scan, Avira was what notified me of this infection to begin with, when notified Avira gave me the option to delete TR/Crypt.ulpm.Gen however appeared to fail to do so.

 

As it stands right now I am running my computer in safe mode with networking, and am about to run the free trial of MalwareBytes Anti Malware.

 

If anyone has any additional help I would greatly appreciate it as I know a fair amount on computers but clearly no where near enough to deal with this little sod.

 

Help!

 

Moderator Edit: Moved from Windows 7 forum to a more appropriate forum.

Roger


Edited by rotor123, 28 September 2013 - 10:00 AM.


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#2 Adam Pollard

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Posted 28 September 2013 - 04:35 PM

Did Malware bytes get rid of it? Its best run from Safe mode with networking (pressing F8 repeatedly on booting up should get you there)






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