Recurring spyware problem

September 27, 2009 at 05:13:55
Specs: Windows Vista Home Premium
Hello. I am using Zone Alarm Extreme Security as my anti-virus/anti-spyware program. I seem to have a constantly recurring infection with "Win32.Trojan.Spy.Banker.ju". I have been finding this in my scans more than once a day, every day. I always delete it but it always gets back on the computer, sometimes within 5 minutes. What can I do?

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September 27, 2009 at 06:08:30
Hey, this might very well seem irrelevant as this is just an earlier version of the same virus, but explains the basic workings of it. Reading through this page i suggest you check your startup enteries. I would help further with explaining how to do this but i am unsure when it comes to vista. Also, check your running processes for something out of the ordinary. Also, search your computer for the file HookerDll.Dll it will probably be under your %windir% (default is C:\Windows\)

EDIT:: All up search for the following:

Also using regedit look for


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September 27, 2009 at 08:13:15
Hi, thanks for the reply. Can anyone tell me how to check my start up entries or my running processes for something out of the ordinary?
I didn't find the file "HookerDll.Dll " mentioned above. I also had a look with regedit and didn't find the other files also mentioned above.

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September 27, 2009 at 11:03:01
Hi There, You Using Wrong Tools for your situation.

First, Google Ad-Aware and Spyware Doctor and Download them! These Tools will Scanning your Computer and Remove All Spywares, Trojans, You have on Computer!

Second - You Can Check you Start up Entries By this way

go to Start>Run> Type msconfig > and Press OK - You will see Startup you can change them!

Good Luck!
John Russell

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September 27, 2009 at 18:10:35
Thats all cool, thank you from me too GeekTech as i wasnt aware vista had msconfig too :P thanks.

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