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  1. Thanks again, i did not want to waste your time analyzing the logs, as the cleanup is 100%. For now. lol. Your time and help is precious, and should be freed up to address the other serious infections in this forum!
  2. HI BORISLAV, GUESS WHAT, I INSTALLED AVAST! INTERNET SECURITY TRIAL, IT DETECTED AND DELETED THE TROJAN, THEN MBAM CAME IN, THEN HIJACKTHIS CONFIRMED THAT IT IS GONE. PC IS CLEAN! THANKS FOR YOUR HELP. THIS TOPIC CAN NOW BE CLOSED.
  3. Thanks for all your help Borislav. Attach.zip mbam_log_2010_07_23__16_06_46_.txt ark.txt
  4. Update: This laptop does not have internet access for now, so i wont be able to do online scans, but will have to download the update database manually. Also, this has XP pro SP2 installed. There is no autorun.inf infection happening, as i checked by inserting pendrives in the usb ports, everything came up clean. So i dont know what this fbqjhw.exe is doing. Thanks for all your hard work in helping us. In the mean time, i will scan with Avira and AVG bootscan rescue CD's and will keep you updated. Please tell me what else you would like from me.
  5. Hi guys, here's the situation. Got a friends laptop, had viruses, removed most of them with Mbam + SAS + Combofix. Just 1 remains. It might be a rootkit. Mbam detects it, deletes it, it comes back up again. In normal and safe mode. System restore is already turned off, dosent help. Heres the log of MBAM: Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware 1.46 www.malwarebytes.org Database version: 4125 Windows 5.1.2600 Service Pack 2 Internet Explorer 6.0.2900.2180 7/22/2010 8:18:07 AM mbam-log-2010-07-22 (08-18-07).txt Scan type: Quick scan Objects scanned: 13655 Time elapsed: 1 minute(s), 54 second
  6. Never heard of the company before today. wow, you learn something new everyday.
  7. The bootable rescue CD from Dr.Web and Avira also work well in my experience.
  8. Not part of the staff either, glad to see your support of this excellent product.
  9. Also very effective and free utility that i recommend is Panda USB Vaccine Its available for free download, link below. Source: http://www.pandasecurity.com/homeusers/downloads/usbvaccine/
  10. I actually also have disabled autorun on all my drives. Very effective in preventing malware from automatically running from infected USB drives. Source: http://www.publicsafety.gc.ca/prg/em/ccirc...08-004-eng.aspx
  11. Yesh, i use that on my PC's as well. I dig the idea that it creates AUTORUN.INF folders in all your disk drives, and removable drives, that cant be deleted even if you do a Shift+Del. Also, DefenseWall 2.56 has default settings to run ALL usb drives as 'untrusted', so thats awesome.
  12. 1 word: HIPS(Host Intrusion Prevention System). I recommend DefenseWall or GesWall. Appguard, Prevx Edge, and Malware defender are good too) They are the future man!!
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