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I got infected this mornign with a Trojan.FakeAlert.RRE and Trojan.Inject.RRE

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#1 amagan


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Posted 01 October 2013 - 03:32 PM

I got infected this morning after download email attachment, after opened the zip file a program call “Antivirus Security pro” was installed on my computer without my permission, after the program was installed I couldn’t run or open any programs. My Antivirus software “McAffee” didn’t detected viruses when I run a scan before I open the zip. After the software was install “McAffee” had block any oncoming connections from various IP Address that want to get into my computer.  I finally manage to uninstall the “Antivirus Security pro” from my “programs and features”  from windows 7 without any hassle.


I tried to run “McAffee” after that, to see if could pick any viruses on my computer but found nothing, due that I wasn’t very sure, I download Malwarebytes, run the solfware, and found two Trojans on my computer which I remove this morning.


Now this evening I have run again another scan with “Malwarebytes” and found another four “Trojans” three of them are call “Trojan.FakeAlert.RRE” and one of them is call “Trojan.Inject.RRE”.


The reason I am posting this, is because I want to make sure that my computer is completely clean of any malware or anything that can damage my computer or someone try to hack on my computer or stole anything.

I’ll appreciate some help, thanks.


Sorry for my English

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#2 hbyton


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Posted 01 October 2013 - 05:21 PM

Please run the following tools and post the logs of each scan to your next post so that we can see what has been found











Junkware removal tool



If you have any questions about any of the programs then please feel free to ask :)

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