Viruses that AVG cannot detect hggvsstl.dll

May 5, 2009 at 00:48:22
Specs: xp, 250
RemoveIT Pro v7 Enterprise (Build date: 11.11.2008) log.
Generated at: 5/5/2009 on 2:13:52 PM
Microsoft Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2 (Build 2600)

2:13:52 PM: Scanning, please wait...
2:14:19 PM: Infected file (Sys32.2) C:\DOCUME~1\roger4\LOCALS~1\Temp\2.exe -> No action taken.
2:16:24 PM: Infected file (Sys32.digest32) C:\WINDOWS\system32\digest32.dll -> No action taken.
2:16:47 PM: Infected file (Sys32.hggvsstl) C:\WINDOWS\system32\hggvsstl.dll -> No action taken.
2:18:36 PM: Infected file (Sys32.amove) C:\WINDOWS\amove.exe -> No action taken.
2:18:36 PM: Infected file (Sys32.antiv) C:\WINDOWS\antiv.exe -> No action taken.
2:19:14 PM: 5 Dangerous files has been found on your computer.
Click on "Fix" button to fix selected tasks.

Does anyone know if Malwarebytes can delete those viruses ?

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May 5, 2009 at 01:57:02
First of all, Google each one & make sure they are dangerous.

If so, "Click on "Fix" button to fix selected tasks."

Or, download Malwarebytes, install & Update. The program is very good at finding the latest infections.

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May 5, 2009 at 02:11:03
the anti-virus RemoveIT Pro v7 Enterprise is a Trial only, they
want money if u want the full functioning av with the Fix function.
Fix does not work in the trial version, so I will use Malwarebytes

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May 5, 2009 at 02:49:16
I have the Free version installed, but find it has too many false positives. Like I say, check those files with Google.
RemoveIT Pro

If you find you are infected, that is telling you, your defense systems are not good enough.

As no one cleaner can keep up with thousands of variations released each month, this is another very good progra.


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May 6, 2009 at 17:49:06
Ok I ran the free version, RemoveIT Pro.
It Fixed and deleted 3 of those dangerous viruses.
I'm now left with hggvsstl.dll and 2.dll(2.exe) when I clicked properties ,it said it belongs to AVG.
However I know that hggvsstl.dll is definetly a virus ,but RemoveIT Pro said it cannot fix or clean this file. It then said to Run RemoveIT Pro in safe mode and try again, but when I booted in safe mode ,it said RemoveIT Pro cannot be run in safe mode. So Im back to square one.
It would be nice to get a confirmation from someone who has successfully Run RemoveIT Pro in safe mode. I find this problem alot, that majority of windows programs Cannot be run in safe mode.

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May 6, 2009 at 21:48:14
Mine did'nt work in Safe mode either.

Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware, SUPERAntiSpyware Free Edition & a-squared Free did.

Did you try a search on the drives & registry, then delete them manually?

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May 7, 2009 at 18:02:07
good and bad news with Malwarebytes.
Malwarebytes successfully deleted all viruses ,however, the thing that led me to beleive that I had a virus in the first place was that when shutting off, there 2 tiny window messages coming up, "Closing Net broadcaster.exe" and "Closing Explorer.exe".
It took Malwarebytes 3 re-starts and re-checks to delete all the viruses, however after 3 re-boots the message is now back again , "Closing Net broadcaster.exe" . Malwarebytes says there are no viruses, and I have tried uphclean.exe to fix NET broadcaster problem,but the problem still persists. My next task is to uninstall Net Framework 2 and see how it runs.

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