Virus Problem

Dell Inspiron 1545
March 31, 2010 at 20:47:29
Specs: Microsoft Windows XP Professional sp3, 1.995 GHz / 3032 MB
My laptop all of a sudden I started getting pop ups saying I was infected. Then some program started installing. I tried to cancel but more were trying to install. I have done a boot scan with several AV boot CD'S it found maleware and the one from F-Secure said it renamed some files? But after the scan with AVG boot the first one I used I started getting a BSOD here it is.
STOP: 0X0000007B (0XBA4CB524,0XC00000034,0X000000,0X0000000

I have installed Vista on a seperate partition just to scan the XP partition and it found about 28 infections. It removed them but I still get the BSOD. I posted this message this morning and posted a log. The topic was deleted maybe I should not have posted the log. I will wait this time until it is requested. I just sometimes like to jump ahead. I know it will be requested so I went ahead and posted it. Please I need help with this. I am

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#1
April 3, 2010 at 04:21:25
ok first download Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware - http://www.malwarebytes.org/mbam.php - you can just download the free version.

after installing it start it up and perform a full/deep scan. after it has scanned be sure to click remove the viruses, and then save & upload your log onto www.rapidshare.com and post the link.


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#2
April 3, 2010 at 09:35:28
At what point do you get the blue screen, immediately, after you log on, or after windows is started and running?

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#3
April 5, 2010 at 06:55:35
"At what point do you get the blue screen"

After the XP logo screen. And I had anti male ware bytes the virus infected it. I clicked on the icon and a box came up like it was searching. And I also have super anti spyware and the virus changed it to another program.

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#4
April 6, 2010 at 15:14:43
Why do I have to use rapid share? Why can't I post the log here?

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#5
April 10, 2010 at 12:03:38
Problem was solved and now it is back.

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#6
April 11, 2010 at 14:15:33
I ran a scan this afternoon with Super Anti spy ware the free version. It found Trojan.Agent/Gen-Koobface[Bonkers] in
C:\SYSTEM VOLUME INFORMATION\_RESTORE{4402371F-B9E3-4BF7-AAB2-81CFD14EC40F}\A0004025.EXE

I deleted it and rebooted like it suggested. I have a feeling I need to do more scans. I scanned with maleware bytes. Nothing found scanned with AVG rootkit scanner and nothing found. I will do a full scan with AVG. This seems to be an ongoing problem for my system. I fixed the problem before by formatting my drive. I wrote 0's to the drive. Thedn partitioned and formatted and installed XP with the Dell XP CD. Why do I keep getting infected? I am scared something is hideing and then one day another big infection is going to pop up like it did before I formatted. What could be causeing this? Someone on my network does use limewire. Only have it up and not downloading anything. But the thing is this maleware seems to be only getting in my laptop and no other computers are affected. What else can I do? I don't want to keep formatting all the time. The reason I did lastweek is because I was spending too much time and it was quicker to just format.

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#7
April 11, 2010 at 19:54:19
Just because the virus is in system restore does not mean the computer is infected. That just means the computer was not properly cleaned after the virus was removed which is a common error that many helper make when not trained well enough to assist in resolving complicated computer problems .

If you are using a router it is possible that it is infected especially f you were reinfected after a format and have not been exposed to the virus from any other source. You will have to be reset the router if that is the case which will rid the router of its infection. Get the mfg's name /model and google how to reset it.


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#8
April 12, 2010 at 04:27:56
Oh OK I will reset the router. I have had that problem before. The router is a 4 year old Linksys WRT54G. And the virus was gone from my system I used the WD program to zero the hard drive.And that cleared the boot sector. I have noticed my connection being slow lately. And my sister who uses my connection from her house saids it disconnects a lot also. So I will reset it. I hope that is what is causing it.

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#9
April 12, 2010 at 07:59:59
I found this in the routers Firewall log. Not sure if these mean anything.

Incoming Log Table
Source IP Destination Port Number
89.156.1.94 44068
80.99.45.134 44068
68.174.99.196 44068
71.7.131.146 44068
98.192.71.205 44068
76.117.52.121 44068
99.93.82.109 44068
76.183.51.131 44068
71.228.181.138 44068
24.236.39.178 44068
68.110.30.122 44068
98.20.5.65 44068
65.190.156.3 44068
75.189.238.127 44068
142.161.16.72 44068
173.211.173.79 44068
68.108.144.131 44068
68.188.169.46 44068
75.6.9.108 44068
66.176.80.200 44068
68.103.168.8 44068
68.204.152.109 44068
92.97.100.246 44068
98.197.149.4 44068
69.142.255.33 44068
77.254.29.152 44068
67.173.111.85 10351
67.173.46.146 10351
82.40.33.167 44068
67.189.255.242 44068
24.224.207.90 44068
99.225.218.138 44068
76.122.217.242 44068
75.37.69.182 44068
67.174.177.228 44068
96.48.134.26 44068
72.230.201.59 44068
76.29.74.171 44068
67.187.14.24 44068
195.66.132.247 44068
174.60.92.32 44068
74.132.104.255 44068
67.162.119.181 44068
74.214.189.39 44068
75.66.121.1 44068
86.131.197.202 44068
173.2.203.81 44068
68.3.161.143 44068
82.41.240.82 44068
124.186.114.228 44068
71.72.98.149 44068
71.84.57.71 44068
71.72.98.149 44068
204.95.51.91 44068

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#10
June 9, 2010 at 06:34:09
I am new here,but want to share my own experiences with nasty trojan horses. My latest nighmare is:
trojan agent/Gen-koobface[bonkers]
and rookit TDDS
I've used Avast anti virus(so so),Antimalaware(sometimes works)but the program that always finds and temporarily kills these trojans:
SuperAntispyware(the best in my case to find these nasty viruses) try it!

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