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    Jazeon
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    Virus Attack

    Post by Jazeon on Mon Jan 05, 2009 2:43 pm

    My System Security just instantly detected this one.
    I've tried using my avg to detect them but it seems like it didn't detect any but it only detected errors.

    THE VIRUSES
    1/4/2009 10:51:09 PM

    Infections: 38
    1: "Trojan" "hidden autorun" "Trojan.Poison.J" "Trojan.Poison.J is a key-logging Trojan for the Windows platform."
    2: "Trojan" "autorun" "Infostealer.Banker.E" "Steals sensitive information from the infected computer (e.g. logins and passwords from online banking sessions)."
    3: "Adware" "Registry" "Adware.eXact.BargainBuddy" "A browser helper object that monitors internet browsing sessions in an attempt to redirect search queries and distribute unsolicited advertisements."
    4: "Backdoor" "C:/windows/system32/svchost.exe" "Win32.Rbot.fm" "An IRC controlled backdoor that can be used to gain unauthorized access to a victim's machine."
    5: "Trojan" "autorun" "Trojan.Tooso" "Trojan.Tooso is a trojan which attempts to terminate and delete security related applications."
    6: "Worm" "C:/windows/" "Win32.BlackMail.xx" ""This dangerous worm will destroy certain data files on an infected user's machine on February 3, 2008."
    7: "Rogue" "C:/Program Files/TrustedAntivirus" "TrustedAntivirus" "A corrupt and misleading anti-virus program that may be usually installed with the help of malcous Trojans and other malware"
    8: "Spyware" "C:/windows/system32/" "Spyware.007SpySoftware" "Program designed to monitor user activity. May be used with or without consent."
    9: "Trojan" "C:/windows/" "Trojan-Downloader.VBS.Small.dc" "This Trojan downloads other files via the FTP protocol and launches them for execution on the victim machine without the users knowledge."
    10: "Rogue" "C:/Program Files/SecurePCCleaner" "SecurePCCleaner" "Rogue Security Software: fake Security software that uses deceptive means for installation and purpose."
    11: "Worm" "autorun" "Win32.Peacomm.dam" "A Trojan Downloader that is spread as an attachment to emails with news headlines as the subject lines which downloads additional security threats."
    12: "Trojan" "C:/windows/" "Trojan-Dropper.Win32.Agent.bot" "This Trojan is designed to install and launch other malicious programs on the victim machine without the knowledge or consent of the user."
    13: "Dialer" "C:/windows/system32/cmdial32.dll" "Dialer.Xpehbam.biz_dialer" "A Dialer that loads pornographic material. The url information shows Hardcore Pornographic pages."
    14: "Worm" "C:/windows/system32/" "Win32.Delbot.AI" "Win32.Delbot.AI is a worm and IRC backdoor that exploits system and software vulnerabilities in order to provide remote access to the host PC."
    15: "Dialer" "C:/windows/hidden/" "Dialer.Trafficjam.a" "Dialer.Trafficjam.a is a premium-rate phone dialer that automatically invokes paid access to various porn-related Web sites."
    16: "Trojan" "autorun" "Win32.Outsbot.u" "A backdoor Trojan that is remotely controlled via Internet Relay Chat (IRC). It exploits Sony Digital Rights Management (DRM) software to hide its presence."
    17: "Trojan" "hidden autorun" "Trojan.Win32.Agent.ado" "Trojan downloader that is spread as an attachment to a spam email and tries to download a password stealer."
    18: "Spyware" "autorun" "Win32.PerFiler" "Win32.PerFiler is designed to retrieve and install files when executed. Win32.PerFiler is configured to download from either a designated web or FTP site."
    19: "Spyware" "autorun" "Spyware.KnownBadSites" "Uses the Windows hosts file to redirect your browser to a malicious site when you try to access a valid site."
    20: "Trojan" "C:/windows/" "Trojan-Downloader.VBS.Small.dc" "This Trojan downloads other files via the FTP protocol and launches them for execution on the victim machine without the users knowledge."
    21: "Trojan" "C:/windows/system32/explorer.exe" "Trojan.MailGrabber.s" "Trojan horse that gets access to e-mail accounts on the infected computer."
    22: "Trojan" "C:/windows/system32/" "Trojan.BAT.Adduser.t" "This Trojan has a malicious payload. It is a BAT file. It is 1129 bytes in size."
    23: "Worm" "C:/windows/system/" "Worm.Bagle.CP" "This is a ""Bagle"" mass-mailer which demonstrates typical ""Bagle"" behavior."
    24: "Spyware" "C:/windows/system32/iesetup.dll" "Spyware.IEMonster.d" ""Steals passwords from Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Outlook and other programs."
    25: "Worm" "hidden autorun" "Win32.Miewer.a" "A Trojan Downloader that masquerades as a legitimate system file. Associated processes connect to the Internet to download additional malicious files"
    26: "Trojan" "C:/windows/system/drivers/etc/" "Trojan.IRCBot.d" "a worm that opens an IRC back door on the infected host. It spreads by exploiting the Windows Remote Buffer Overflow Vulnerability."
    27: "Worm" "hidden autorun" "Win32.Miewer.a" "A Trojan Downloader that masquerades as a legitimate system file."
    28: "Worm" "C:/windows/temp/" "Win32.Rbot.CBX" "A worm and IRC backdoor that exploits system and software vulnerabilities in order to provide unmitigated remote access to the host machine."
    29: "Trojan" "C:/windows/hidden/" "Trojan.Clicker.EC" "Trojan.Clicker.EC is an information stealing Trojan that masquerades as a legitimate system file so as to avoid detection and subsequent removal."
    30: "Adware" "autorun" "Zlob.PornAdvertiser.ba" "Adware that displays pop-up/pop-under advertisements of pornographic or online gambling Web sites."
    31: "Worm" "autorun" "Win32.Peacomm.dam" "A Trojan Downloader that is spread as an attachment to emails with news headlines as the subject lines which downloads additional security threats."
    32: "Trojan" "C:/windows/system/mui/" "Trojan.Dropper.MSWord.j" "A Microsoft Word macro virus that drops a trojan onto the infected host."
    33: "Spyware" "autorun" "Win32.PerFiler" "Win32.PerFiler is designed to retrieve and install files when executed. Win32.PerFiler is configured to download from either a designated web or FTP site."
    34: "Trojan" "C:/windows/system/drivers/" "Win32.Spamta.KG.worm" "A multi-component mass-mailing worm that downloads and executes files from the Internet."
    35: "Spyware" "autorun" "Spyware.IMMonitor" "program that can be used to monitor and record conversations in popular instant messaging applications."
    36: "Trojan" "C:/windows/system/mui/" "Win32.Clagger.C" "This is small Trojan downloader that downloads files and lowers security settings. It is spreading as an email attachment."
    37: "Trojan" "C:/windows/system32/alg.exe" "Trojan.Alg.t" "Trojan program that can compromise your private information stored on the hard drive."
    38: "Worm" "C:/windows/temp/" "Win32.Sdbot.ADN" "A worm and IRC backdoor that exploits system and software vulnerabilities in order to provide unmitigated remote access to the host machine."
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    Re: Virus Attack

    Post by Placehold on Mon Jan 05, 2009 10:06 pm

    Ok The first thing i'll ask you to do is to follow the **Are you a victim of Malware** instructions, This will narrow things down slightly so we can identify exactly where the virus is located and what type of trojan.

    Using a another, different Virus system is also recommended.

    regards






    Craig


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    Re: Virus Attack

    Post by TheRiff on Thu Jan 08, 2009 5:30 am

    38 Infections affraid
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    Jazeon
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    Re: Virus Attack

    Post by Jazeon on Thu Jan 15, 2009 5:09 am


    Chilleh
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    Re: Virus Attack

    Post by Chilleh on Sun Feb 01, 2009 11:59 pm

    What a big amount of Trojan Horses and Trojan Poisens. affraid

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