Help me please

Virus Attack?

Sunday, July 23, 2006 by basj | Discussion: Personal Computing

  Can someone please help me .... My computer recently pop-up with trojan virus...detacted by NAV but cant delete...then I install the evido antispyware it detact it and delete it...but the problem reappear again...even after restart in safemode and scan and delete if any...and pop-up again...showing that the main problem/virus/malware still hidden somewhere...can someone tell me what to do next? I have try a lot of spyware cleaner, adware cleaner, bot cleaner, even blacklight search but still it NAV and Evido detact it...normally after a list of detacted virus i post this...

Reported by Ewido.(Quarantine report)

C:\windows\temp\win1E.tmp.exe - Trojan.Dialer.u

C:\Windows\temp\win1B.tmp.exe - Trojan.Dialer.u

Norton Report is as..

c:\document and Setting\~~\\local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5\CTMNCDMJ\srvrbq[1].exe ----Trojan Horse

there are lots on this...with different file name like..

aox[1].exe/srvfkq[1].exe etc etc... there files is trying to excess outbound ports to do something which my zonealarm blocks. They are giving me headache and lots of time....for rescan.. please can anyone suggest something..maybe it happened to you before...

thanks in advance.


Island Dog
Reply #1 Monday, July 24, 2006 9:44 AM
Reply #2 Monday, July 24, 2006 12:52 PM
thanks ..I will try it....

I'll post the result...soon
Reply #3 Monday, July 24, 2006 1:16 PM
other good option is to make a scan during the safe mode: start your system > immediately press F8 > select the option "Safe Mode" > make a spyware scan and delete the file.

this also work when your virus or spyware scanners find a file that can't be deleted.., and btw.., this kind of scans(during the safe mode) are faster.
Reply #4 Monday, July 24, 2006 1:57 PM
I did the safemode only detect those minor virus..and delete it but the "mommy" virus kept hidden..and continue give birth to more little virus once I reboot again.. that "mommy" virus I am trying to catch......
Reply #5 Monday, July 24, 2006 2:50 PM
Disable System Restore if enabled and do another scan.
Reply #6 Monday, July 24, 2006 4:53 PM
u can also use other antispywares like Ad-Aware or spyboot, you can find them at
Reply #7 Monday, July 24, 2006 7:40 PM
Hankers have not done far..will try it after I try Island Dog suggestion first..
Tycus I have try all those famous Ad-aware and Spybot..still it dont help the root cause..thanks..

Reply #8 Tuesday, July 25, 2006 2:14 AM
hey my system thanks..for all your help.... ...

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