I've got infected with my testing virus.

Microsoft Windows vista home premium (oe...
April 1, 2010 at 06:14:18
Specs: Windows XP, 1GHz/256mb
I've got infected with my testing virus. Few years ago I downloaded vary virus tools just for test av. I have downloaded one file and copied to my flash drive. I inserted that flash drive to my laptop, and after few days virus infected that computer. Virus signs: Then I start executable file, grey biohazard sign with exclamation signs on it apears on the desktop. ( I saw video on youtube same infected, but I cannot find anymore. ) But.. It's very strange! It apears somewhen not always! Example: Yesterday I started my computer and it apeared on some programs then launched. Today it not appearing any more. It can be polymorfic or some kindda of timebomb... As I remember it written in assembly. Week ago I had kaspersky and it detected some s--- virus.win32.vampiro.7018 but it was unable to delete it. It says cannot disinfect or delete... blablabla.. SO I installed KV2010 it found about 16 files infected with: Win32/Virut.bn so it cured it.. But it unable to find this virus. I also tried some antimalware programs and it detected nothing. So, I'd like to hear advice how to remove this crappy thing.

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#1
April 1, 2010 at 06:43:34
Oh! I found video! Here it is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0rWM...

Watch this to the end. I've got same biohazard sign.


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#2
April 1, 2010 at 09:00:37
for all we know that youtube address may be infected. I'm not clicking on it.
Youtube is famous for that.

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#3
April 1, 2010 at 10:02:43
You don't have antivirus, right? Sorry but you are dumb.. Ok for you I've go infected with Win32.AnTaReS I finally got that. Ok I will copy from author site.


;####################################[Win32.AnTaReS by PiKaS]#####
;#
;# Author: PiKaS @0@0@ @ @ @0@0@ @0@0@ @0@0@ @0@0@ @0@0@
;# 0 0 0@ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
;# lordjoker@hotmail.com @0@0@ @ 0 @ @ @0@0@ @0@0@ @0@0@ @0@0@
;# 0 0 0 @0 0 0 0 0 @ 0 0
;# Name: Win32.AnTaReS @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @0@0@ @0@0@
;#
;#################################################################

;#################################################################
;# AnTaReS / Alpha Sco #
;# Distance: 604.01 ly ###+++++++++++++++
;# Abs. Mag: -5.28 #####
;# Luminosity: 11,100xSun #######+++++++++++++++++
;# Class: M1 l-b #####
;# Radius: 449.59xSun ###+++++++++++++++
;# Surface temp: 3,720K #
;#################################################################

;#################################################################
;#
;# Characteristics:
;# ----------------
;# - Target: Portable Exe (PE), SCR, CPL
;# - Get Apis using CRC32 with SEH protection
;# - EPO (Patch Masm/Tasm calls randomly)
;# - PolyMorphic Virus (using [ETMS] by b0z0/iKX)
;# - Find Targets through Link Files (Current dir and Desktop dir)
;# - Resident Per-Process (Hooks APIs like CreateFileA, etc...
;# and extract a new path for infections)
;# - Direct Action Virus (Windows, System and Actual Directories)
;# - Anti-Debugging (Jump if a Debug program is detected...SoftIce)
;# - CRC32 CheckSum File (Rebuild CRC32 of Infected Files)
;# - Detect SFC protected files and Installation Kits
;# - Use Size Padding to avoid reinfections
;# (also used with failed infections to scan faster)
;#
;# Payload:
;# --------
;# - Graphic payload -> If 31th a BioHazard symbol appear on window
;#
;# Size: ---> 14156 Bytes (10.2Kb Min. Size - 13.8Kb Max. Size) <---
;# -----
;# [EPO]-->[DECRIPTOR][VIRUS_BODY/VIRUS_DATA]
;#
;# To Build this:
;# --------------
;# - tasm32 -m7 -ml -q -zn AnTaReS.asm
;# - tlink32 -Tpe -c -aa -v AnTaReS ,,, import32
;# - pewrsec AnTaReS.exe
;#
;# Author Notes:
;# -------------
;# - This Virus is dedicated to all VXers and friends
;# - Thanks to Dream Theater and Bind Guardian Music
;# - To Asimov Books (about the Universe, etc...) ;)
;# - Sorry for my poor English :P
;#
;# Disclaimer:
;# -----------
;# - This software is for research purposes only
;# - The author is not responsible for any problems
;# caused due to improper or illegal usage of it
;#
;#################################################################

;#################################################################
;#
;# Notes:
;# ------
;# - Win32.AnTaReS was written to be published in 29A-ezine(9)...
;# The ezine was never released and 29A has recently gone
;# retired. VirusBuster, GriYo, Wintermute... I will miss you
;# Thanks for your work, you are my personal heroes
;#
;#################################################################

My question is how to remove it??



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#4
April 1, 2010 at 10:28:56
You don't have antivirus, right? Sorry but you are dumb..
For your information I do PC repairs for a living, the only dumb person is YOU

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