Trojan/ Virus removal

December 31, 2008 at 13:54:23
Specs: Windows XP, 64x2 dual 2.61ghz 1.93 r
Hi there I'm not sure if I should post this here but I;ll try. I think I have removed a trojan from my machine but it still acts up. Some programs freeze with the typical error report being generated to Microsoft. I'm running Kaspersky 2009, and It doesn't catch anything....ever. I have been running other scanners for Malware ect and nothing. A few days ago I did get a trojan when scanning with Super anti spyware, this is the following files it named;
I followed the instructions ect.
and I think they are gone but not sure.
Kaspersky hits on a Java Appl. as a detected threat. I completely removed JAva.
Also followed the advisory too fix a microsoft vulnerbility.

Can someone please request a Hijack log and tell if I'm still infected, and if so what I can do to fix this. I don't have a lot of experience doing this but learn quick for an old guy.

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December 31, 2008 at 14:30:31
You need a Trojan Remover. This program is fully functional for 30 days. If you have a Trojan, it will find & remove it:

And get a decent AV program.

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December 31, 2008 at 14:57:45
HiJackThis log analyzer

Next time use the 'Security and Virus' forum for virus help.

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December 31, 2008 at 15:48:44
Thanks for the advice I will try those and post the results. I didn't know there was a seperate forum but I will post there from now on.
I have run a hijack this scan but can't tell what i should remove/touch..???

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December 31, 2008 at 16:01:31
I have run the and it didn't find anything.....
I couldn't open a link to the second suggestion but as stated above I did download and scan utilizing hijack this....
I have a saved log file from that but don't know how to decipher it.

What A/V program would you suggest?


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December 31, 2008 at 19:12:05
I use AVG the free version you can get here:

I have used this for more than five years now because I don't like Norton or McAfee as the seem to be resourse hoggs and I do a lot of video editing.

At the same time though I do not browse objectional web sites. Actually have just a handful that I do browse often so I am not going to blow smoke up your butt and claim it is the best out there.

Practice makes perfect but only if you practice perfectly!

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January 1, 2009 at 05:33:40
Haha i prefer to use Avast! home editionsince i have a few experiences on several computers that AVG Free's functions are being disabled by viruses, especially its auto-update function.

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