AVG quarantines dll file, Trojan: Agent2.BVIM

Avg Anti-virus
December 29, 2010 at 16:42:26
Specs: Windows Vista 64, Core2Duo 2Ghz/ 4gb
AVG has quarantined a dll file from my /user/appdata/local folder. Name: "axofexemexiz.dll". When I open it's properties, it supposedly opens with or in a context menu or is a context menu.(?) All I know is that with file in the Virus Vault, during startup, I get a error message saying that windows cannot find the aforementioned dll file. The system seems to start up ok without it, and all running programs have yet to hang up on me.
Can anyone help me find the original install of this and direct me in its removal?
My suspicion is that it belongs to some browser tool bar or another, but I have only Mozilla Firefox (updated regularly) and the AVG toolbar running therein. Outlook 2007 is my Email program.

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December 29, 2010 at 19:59:08
Hi, please upload the mentioned file here: http://virusscan.jotti.org/en

Let it scan, and then let me know what the result is.

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December 29, 2010 at 20:01:08
First step is to see if Malwarebytes can fix it.

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Try it in Safe mode.
If it won't run, rename the downloaded mbam-setup.exe file to mb.exe to help work around certain malware that will block it from being run.
If it still will not run.
1: Go to Control Panel > Programs and Features and uninstall Malwarebytes.
Next redownload Malwarebytes but rename it before you download it to your desktop. As you are in the process of downloading when you get to the point that the "enter name of file to save to" box appears, in the "filename" slot, rename mbam-setup.exe to something.exe, then click Save.
If it installed but will not run, navigate to this folder:
2: C:\Programs Files\Malwarebytes' AntiMalware
At the top of the page, Tools > Folder Options > View, click > Show hidden files and folders and untick > Hide extensions for known file types.
How to see hidden files in Windows
Rename all the .exe files in the Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware folder and try to run it again.
When it opens, update 1st.
If it won't update after installing, update manually.
Download & install.

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December 29, 2010 at 20:04:54
"I get a error message saying that windows cannot find the aforementioned dll file"

That is probably the infection trying to trick you.


Have a look in Add or Remove.

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