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First off, thank you for helping all of us poor infected souls! It is truly appreciated. 11/28/2012 - Removed 171 malware instances, including, but not limited to, Exploit.Drop.GS, PUM.Disabled.SecurityCenter, PUM.Hijack.TaskManager, PUP.MyWebSearch, RootKit.0Access, Trojan.0Access via MBAM. Repaired and re-registered WMI due to "wmiprvse.exe error. The isntruction at "0x7c910f48" referenced memory at "0x00080179". The memory could not be "written"." <http://windowsxp.mvps.org/repairwmi.htm>. 1/7/2013 - Removed 61 malware files and 7 infected registry keys, including: PUP.FunMoods, PUP.
Greetings experts. I've gone through the removal of nearly the same Trojans and Rootkits as I'm finding on the latest system that I'm fixing, and I was very, very tempted to just go through my previous logs to fix this latest issue, but I also know that the fixes are done in a specific order with specific codes written for the machines being worked on, so I decided to go about this the safe way and not turn my friend's computer into a paper weight. So, I have run several Malwarebytes scans on this system (Dell Dimension C521 running Win 7 Pro - 32-bit), and I have been able to successfully rem