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#1 Deneshj123

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Posted 16 November 2013 - 05:38 AM

I have a Blackberry 9790 and after connecting it to a public computer, I found that the primary folders on the built in media card and the media card had turned into shortcuts. I can't access the files on the phone, but if I go into the shortcut on a PC,

it opens cmd and opens a new window of the folder.

 

All of the shortcuts have the target "C:\Windows\system32\cmd.exe /c start 767.vbs&start explorer home&exit"

 

And I tried looking for solutions like using Malwarebytes and other software to detect any viruses, but nothing comes up on the cards or the PC itself.

 

Help with this problem would be greatly appreciated. (btw no files are invisible either. I see that pop up a lot in the solutions that didn't work)


Edited by hamluis, 16 November 2013 - 12:06 PM.
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Posted 16 November 2013 - 02:49 PM

Is there any sign of your external SD card when this happens? If so, does it exhibit the same behavior?



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Posted 16 November 2013 - 04:20 PM

Download MCShield to your desktop and install
It will initially run a scan and show the result as a toaster by the system clock
Then in the control centre select scanner and tick unhide items on flash drives
mcshield%20unhide.JPG
Plug in the drive and McShield will start a scan
 
Then get the log which will be here :
 
Start > all programs > MCShield > logs > all scans

#4 Deneshj123

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Posted 16 November 2013 - 05:15 PM

I don't think it found anything..

 


 

>>> MCShield AllScans.txt <<<



MCShield ::Anti-Malware Tool:: http://www.mcshield.net/

>>> v 2.8.3.24 / DB: 2013.11.12.1 / Windows 7 <<<


11/16/2013 6:11:22 PM > Drive C: - scan started (no label ~233 GB, NTFS HDD )...



=> The drive is clean.





MCShield ::Anti-Malware Tool:: http://www.mcshield.net/

>>> v 2.8.3.24 / DB: 2013.11.12.1 / Windows 7 <<<


11/16/2013 6:12:35 PM > Drive H: - scan started (BLACKBERRY2 ~982 MB, FAT flash drive )...



=> The drive is clean.


11/16/2013 6:12:35 PM > Drive I: - scan started (BLACKBERRY1 ~6202 MB, FAT32 flash drive )...



=> The drive is clean.

 

I did find thing thing though after more search, and trial and error.

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Edited by Deneshj123, 16 November 2013 - 05:20 PM.





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