Hi, I have three laptops, two desktops, two Nabi's, one iPad, one droid, one iPhone, and a Samsung HDTV all running on my Xfinity home network - which also runs my home phone.
I have been having malware issues for a few months now bouncing around the computers (the phones and tablets seem to be unaffected). I've done scans, system restores, and voodoo dances in the rain in an effort to get rid of the problem. I haven't posted the problem here before because I kept looking for a known issue - but I can't seem to put my finger on it.
The only thing that I can find consistent between the windows systems is that RogueKiller is producing a list of drivers that it says are not legit. They are SSDT, Shadow SSDT, and EAT @explorer.exe. I've unhidden files, unlocked files and anything else I could think of.
I'm constantly running SUPERAntiSpyware with no results; but then every few days - out of the blue - it will pick up tons of adware tracking cookies because the cookie settings in Chrome have mysteriously been reset. Other security settings seem to change too - peer to peer settings that were turned off will suddenly turn on.
All of the computers are intermittently slow or locked up and will intermittently blue screen. All of the computers are regularly swept for cookies, cache and temp files. I've tried everything I can think of.
After I run one of the many programs I downloaded from the security downloads link on this website; I find some sort of obscure issue, let the program fix it, and things seem to run fine for a few days - then I start the cycle over.
I would be very grateful if someone could help me through what seems to be a network virus.
Thank you in advance.