|The server doesn't have Java (I'm almost certain) and I have Norton Corp and Spybot running on it. It is behind a SonicWall firewall (as are all our computers). Our server is used for file storage and runs a database and courseware (we are a small elementary school). Overall we are probably fairly safe. Most of our browsing is to gmail or elementary education websites. We believe the user that got infected got it from the dex on-line phone book site. I'm really concerned about it spreading from one computer to another or is that even possible without the users browsing to infected sites? I updated the Java on all my workstations tonight. I hope that was wise. Clicking the Java update notification in the tray installed version 6 update 16.|
One thing, on the computer that was infected. I cleaned it with Spybot and then repaired the XP installation from the install disc. After that when logging on we got a box about installing Windows Document Viewer that prompted for a CD. Is this part of the infection and it really isn't clean? It appears here http://www.ehow.com/way_6030738_do-... that it is likely just wanting the hp printer CD or the MS Office one.
This has me so tied up in knots as I'm obviously an amateur and am the only IT person in the school.