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Found A Worm. How Do I Get Rid?

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#1 Cyberslouch


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Posted 24 January 2007 - 04:10 PM

My Zonealarm has been repeatedly advising me that it is blocking 'Generic Host Process for Win 32 Services'. Looking this up on the start up list I see that it is a worm with the file name intpvc.exe which has been added by the DINFORD.D worm. :thumbsup:

How do I get rid of it?

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Posted 24 January 2007 - 05:40 PM

I am unable to find any info on intpvc.exe or DINFORD.D worm by Googling them. Please give all the info on how you identified the file and worm and what programs you used and what scans you have done.
I do know that if I block the Generic Host Process from accessing the internet it causes connection problems. ZA free is my firewall, also.
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#3 Cyberslouch

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Posted 25 January 2007 - 12:20 PM

Thanks for your response. I diagnosed the worm from the Start Up list (top of this page) but having googled around I discovered this is quite a common problem and seems to occur when ZoneAlarm is the firewall being used.

Checking the ZoneAlarm 'More Info' commentary I discovered that my PC was trying to reach a specific IP address. On checking this IP address I discovered that this is my Wireless router!

Given that ZA keeps blocking this connection attempt I am surprised that I am able to get internet access.

All's well that ends well, etc. :thumbsup:

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