Virus 360/no system restore

March 11, 2009 at 09:44:18
Specs: Windows 2000
The computer that has the virus is attached to a network at work. As soon as we noticed the virus we disconnected it from the network. The other computers have been working for a day now and seem ok.

I have the step by step procedures to get rid of the virus but one step says to disable system restore and from what I have learned Windows 2000 does not have system restore.

What do I need to do to get rid of virus 360 with an OS of Windows 2000?

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March 11, 2009 at 13:42:50
System Restore wasn't a part of Win2000, the only reason to turn it off is that nasties will remain in the restoration files. If you haven't got system restore then there are no restore files to be infected so you can ignore that stage. You should be able to work through the rest of the stages - I've found that installing/running MalwareBytes after going through the basic steps is a good way of clearing the last bits.

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March 11, 2009 at 21:33:48
it is ANTI VIRUS 360, right? anti virus 360 is rogue spyware that appears as fake antivirus program with diffrent anmes, i.e anti virus 360, antivirus 2009, xp antivirus, etc. you should follow manual removal instructions to get ride of antivirus 36

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