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#1 rob2k4life


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Posted 29 November 2004 - 02:37 PM

I did a search on google and this is what I found on this virus/worm that i have its taking over my computer! This is my 2nd time doing a system restore. Now my question is I put all my files I needed in my d-drive because i cant delete both c and d when i restore. Now my D-drive has all the file copies this worm makes of my normal files in the direcories. Now my question is there anyways i can get rid of these .exe files without doing it myself because thats why im restoring again now i accidently opened one again which put them all back on my c: drive.

here's what i found on it

your computer have been infected by:-
this worm may lead to increase hard disk space,slow your system and also can destroy your c:\ drive
aim of this worm is catching more victems and give them ip and some email details then destroy hard space with system exclusion
creation by XP10 VIRUS MASTER

this is an new internet worm
1-mass email worm with random subjects , bodies and attachments
2-p2p mechnism
3-copy it self all over th hd to inrease hd space then lead to c:\explosion
4-not discoverd by any antivirus due to speasially encription mechanism
link of this worm

If anyone can help me it'd be greatly appreciated I really need it about now. Norton virus did not detect this either:(

Edited by rob2k4life, 29 November 2004 - 02:42 PM.

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#2 tg1911


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Posted 29 November 2004 - 03:51 PM

Run these online virus scanners:


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#3 rob2k4life

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Posted 30 November 2004 - 02:25 PM

thank so much panda scan got rid of everything!!! I dont know why norton 2005 wasn't detecting anything :thumbsup: .

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