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  1. Hello, I have just bought a new computer and within a week detected a "rootkit" known as "Backdoor.0Access". I immediately quarantined and removed the files however upon reboot they appear every time. For reference I have installed these products which have not detected anything: Malwarebytes anti-rootkit ComboFix (Advised via a malware-expert of a similar foum) AdwCleaner HitmanPro JRT Bitdefender Total Security (purchased AFTER the initial infection, full system scan nothing found) & finally Malwarebytes Anti-Malre As a sidenote, while searching for the directory "c:\windo
  2. Dear Sirs, I am trying to clean up my father's computer, remotely, and have encountered trojan.0access. This computer does have premium mbam, though before today, it was the free version, so no scheduled scans. I read in a 0access cleanup thread on this site that there are specific steps to be taken and that the trojan can persist. I have run several mbam (and eset online and adwcleaner) scans in the last 24 hours, removing 6-50 bad guys per scan, before mbam found 0access. The last mbam scan found no threats, but the computer is still dreadfully slow, compared to normal for this machine, and
  3. My Dell laptop began running very slow yesterday. I am currently unable to uninstall any programs. I get an error message saying windows installer is not working. I was able to run Malwarebytes in safe-mode with networking and the trojan.0access was found and quarantined. I have deleted this from the system. When I tried to go back into normal mode, it took about 25 minutes to get off of a black screen with only my mouse cursor showing. Once Windows finally loaded, it was still extremely slow, in fact, it seemed worse. So I followed the instructions found here. I'm attaching the two
  4. Dear experts, Recently, the mbar anti rootkit scan detected 0access trojan: Folders Detected: 1C:\Windows\system64 (Trojan.0Access) -> Delete on reboot. Going through the forum here and applying various advices, tools antiviruses etc, it seems to be infection clean now... However, I will attach files from TDSSkiller, combofix, DDS etc for your kind analysis of my computer current security status. I will appreciate an expert's advice if it's now safe to use for on-line banking, etc, as zeroaccess might be quite nasty. Thank you in advance for your help - I am an telecom engineer, so I
  5. Dear experts, Recently, the mbar anti rootkit scan detected 0access trojan: Folders Detected: 1C:\Windows\system64 (Trojan.0Access) -> Delete on reboot. Going through the forum here and applying various advices, tools antiviruses etc, it seems to be infection clean now... However, I will attach files from TDSSkiller, combofix, DDS etc for your kind analysis of my computer current security status. I will appreciate an expert's advice if it's now safe to use for on-line banking, etc, as zeroaccess might be quite nasty. Thank you in advance for your help! Nik P.S. From DDS I will juxt co
  6. I just did a clean install of Windows 7 from the recovery partition on my laptop and immediately started having problems. I've run several scans with MalwareBytes and have received various results labeled either "rootkit.0access" or "trojan.zaccess". The infection is not removed on restart; I always come back with at least a couple of "trojan.zaccess" results. I see that there have been several threads on this particular problem recently and I will do my best to include all of the commonly requested logs here. dds.txt attach.txt RKreport0_S_08292013_224349.txt FRST.txt Addition.txt Thanks
  7. I discovered a root-kit on my system a few days. I just built this new system and had yet to set up anti-virus software. I ran several anti-rootkit programs. These included Malwarebytes Anti-Rootkit, Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool July 2013, Sophos Anti-Rootkit, Norton Power Eraser and GMER. All programs identified somewhat different entries and all were able to remove what they found except for Sophos. At this point Sophos is the only sweep that comes up with positive hits. To be more specific my current problem is that while Sophos recognizes the infected files, it is not able
  8. I discovered a rootkit on my system a few days. I just this new system and had yet to set up anti-virus software. I ran several anti-rootkit programs. These included Malwarebytes Anti-Rootkit, Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool July 2013, Sophos Anti-Rootkit, Norton Power Eraser and GMER. All programs identified somewhat different entries and all were able to remove what they found except for Sophos. At this point Sophos is the only sweep that comes up with positive hits. I sent in a log and I received some analysis which I attached to this post along with the log that they recevied
  9. Good morning guys, I have been following the forums for a while now but this is my first post. I'm dealing with a 0Access Trojan / Rootkit paired with an MBR Rootkit on a second computer. The laptop I am on now was connected to the same switch as the infected computer for a while. Ran a scan just to be sure with malwarebytes and rogue killer just to see if I picked anything up and found some questionable results in rogue killer: ¤¤¤ Registry Entries : 6 ¤¤¤ [RUN][sUSP PATH] HKLM\[...]\RunOnce : 000_TmTdiUninstall (rundll32 C:\Windows\TmNSCIns.dll,DoUninstallTmTdi C:\Windows\TmTdi.inf) [7] ->
  10. Good morning, Looking for some guidance with a 0Access / MBR rootkit infection on a computer. Comp is Win 7 Pro 32 bit. I have tried: Malwarebytes Rogue Killer TDSSKiller Combo Fix Usual symptoms arose from 0Access - Login to find a screen pop up with a "you've downloaded child porn; pay the authorities $100 to unlock your computer." Logged into safe mode and ran Malwarebytes which found 0Access (rootkit and trojan) and successfully removed. After rebooting I ran Rogue Killer to determine if there were any residual files and Rogue Killer came up with 0Access still in the registry files along w
  11. I have xp and yesterday I was hit with security shield rougue stuff. Which I guess started to give me lots of malware and trojans. I have removed lots of virus and trojans but I keep getting the rootkit.0access showng up. I am pretty much a noob so here I am lol. I came across a couple threads for malware so AI dl both olt and dds and attached all reports. Thanks so much in advance AJ OTL.Txt DDS.txt Attach.txt Extras.Txt
  12. I have been infected with the Trojan.Dropper.BCMiner virus on my work computer. It happened a couple of weeks ago and I have noticed IE redirecting after the infection. I ran MalwareBytes from safe mode but the virus was not successfully cleaned. I have been reading about this virus and it seems that it may not be an easy one to get rid of yet. I have attached the DDS, Attach and mbam logs and would really appreciate any help with this issue. Thanks in advance. Attach.txt DDS.txt mbam-log-2012-08-08 (16-23-20).txt
  13. MBAM has caught an infection from Rootkit.0Access and Trojan.Dropper.BCMiner malware that it doesn't seem to be able to permanently remove. The malware reinstalls itself nearly immediately from what I can tell even though MalwareBytes claims to have successfully quarantined and deleted it. Posting the logs per instruction: Malwarebytes Anti-Malware (PRO) 1.62.0.1300 www.malwarebytes.org Database version: v2012.08.04.10 Windows 7 Service Pack 1 x64 NTFS Internet Explorer 8.0.7601.17514 Isaac :: ISAAC-PC [administrator] Protection: Enabled 8/5/2012 12:09:34 AM mbam-log-2012-08-05 (00-09-34).txt
  14. Hello, I'm working on a friend's PC, which was having problems with IE9 links redirecting to shopping/ad sites, ads playing on the speakers (only) without open windows, and with Avira warning messages of various viruses popping (like HTML/IFrame.aeu, TR/ATRAPS.Gen2, W32/Patched.UB, and more). I performed System Restore on it, then ran a full scan with Avira, MWB, and ESET online scanner - which came up as clean, but seem to have only taken care of secondary/tertiary infections (?), some odd problems remained and the old ones popped back up after a few hours of testing. In working on it and inv
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