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Infected With Virtumonde And Am Amateur

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#1 freefromfear


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Posted 29 May 2006 - 12:20 AM

I am trying to do something that is way beyond me. First virus.

1) Have downloaded version of Hijackthis Log.
2) Am learning how to use it too.
3) Have tried using Vundofix.exe as a task - would not run - from C:\ - would not run, in Safe Mode - sstill would not run, ....ARGGG
4) Tried VundoFix V2.15 that was funny - was awfully glad to get computer desktop back in safe mode.
File for virus is C:\WINDOWS\system32\pmnll.dll
5) Downloaded WinPFind - am seeking to learn how to use it ....sigh

New to this site....do not think my original pleading post posted. Am trying again.

Free from fear ( but somewhat tired )

please help.

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#2 Pandy



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Posted 29 May 2006 - 04:53 AM

Hello freefromfear. Welcome to BleepingComputer. Sorry to hear about your troubles. It sounds to me like you should post a hHijackThis Logfile. The correct forum to post it in would be the HijackThis Log and Analysis Forum.. Please be VERY careful when trying to learn how to use HijackThis. In order for people to be able to help with logs and guide people in removing the malware they have, people require some extensive training. Please do be careful. If you need some guidance on how to post a log, please refer to this topic...HijackThis Tutorial

Edited by Pandy, 29 May 2006 - 05:02 AM.

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