I'd very much appreciate your help in sorting out my computer.
It's been running very slow over the last few days, and so I ran Ccleaner today, deleted various bits of junk, and then noticed in the Startup list there were:
which looked suspicious, so I looked them up, found this Bleeping Computer post, and have been roughly following the guidance given there all day i.e.
- Downloaded and ran RogueKiller (several times) - deleted all the registry entries, clicked all the fix buttons, but in the Driver tab there were quite a few listings (which I don't really understand) but think quite a few were related to Trusteer Rapport software and ZoneAlarm, so I have temporarily disabled those, run RogueKiller again, but it was showing 3 "EAT @explorer.exe" entries - are these anything to worry about?
- Have also run Adwcleaner, Junkware Removal Tool, and ComboFix (to be honest I can' remember in which order) and have deleted (I think) anything they reported
- I ran RogueKiller again, which is still showing the 3 "EAT @explorer.exe" entries.
- Have also partially run Malwarebytes Anti-Malware (scans were taking so long that I tried the other scanning software suggested first) and then Malwarebytes Anti-Rootkit took (which wouldn't run at first - got a "DDA driver was not installed" message, so had to restart (manually) and then the scan continued, but has just finished and apparently found nothing.
So to sum up, I'm not sure exactly what malware had installed itself on my system (if anything?) and if it has / had installed, whether or not I've removed it.
Have not run MalwareBytes Anti-Malware completely yet so will do so now - while I'm waiting for a reply - thank you in advance!