REMOVE Rootkit.Win32.TDSS.d

Microsoft Windows xp professional w/serv...
June 25, 2010 at 20:01:32
Specs: Windows XP
I recently was surfing the web when a virus popup warned me that my machine was infected, but it wasn't my Antivirus or Spyware detector that popped up!! Before I could even think about it I had already clicked "delete" and scan for virus, but. Programs I tried to launch were all reported infected, (later I read on some AV sites that is a false report from AV Soft) and I couldn't remove get rid of the thing.
Several programs reported the AVSoft Cleaned but it allways came back in a day or so. It was a spoofed antivirus program called AV Soft that now has control of my machine, So I figured it might be a RootKit type in some hidden sector or some obscure service running. Although even after I removed the AV Soft entries and used Microsofts Malware Remover, as well as SuperAntispyware and PCTools spyware remover it still persisted.
Later that night I tried a scan with Kaspersky Removal Tool and it flashed a "failed to Delete" message at me then a moment later asked to use an enhanced removal technique that required a reboot. I answered yes to the later and after the reboot the %&@#& thing was gone! Microsnots!
One out of five Removal Tools worked!! Not MS, not PCTOOLS, not Superantispyware....Kaspersky!


Yaweh is GOOD! Thanks!

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June 25, 2010 at 20:58:23
It's simply because Kaspersky pwns all. It's one of the only things that saved my arse when I myself was DNS hijacked two years ago (this was before I knew what this virus was).

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June 26, 2010 at 04:12:43
You just got lucky. There are better removal tools than you listed which would have removed the problem. You just didn't try them.
Don't be misled with a paid AV, they are not always best.

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July 5, 2010 at 07:03:56
TDSS rootkit is a trojan. see the win32 tdss trojan removla instructions

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July 5, 2010 at 21:21:30
Kaspersky have a free tool.


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