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Hello everybody ... I have a suggestion. I am currently working on cracking some malware that has escaped identification by AVG real time, and subsequently by Malwarebytes, SpyBot, Superantispyware, ETES, Hitman. The initial tags were based upon what I knew at the time of first posting. However ... knowledge has been gained. I've tracked the source of the malware down to (I am almost certain) putrr18.com. Searching putrr18.com brings lots of malware reports, and how to get rid of it. It no longer identifies the domain name. Instead it uses IP addresses : 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11 Either way, it might be best if the tags could be edited, to include the new tag search information. You can see the evolution of knowledge acquisition in my thread: What it shows, is that there could be reason for editing the tags, to home in on relevance. It's a thought RE the malware ... I haven't cracked it yet ... but good proress has been made. If anybody reading this, thinks that they can help ... we have the possibility to defeat malware that is currently defeating everybody. That would be a win ?
I ran Bitdefender and it says I have a Rootkit.MBR.sst.b and it could not be deleted. Bitdefender Rootkit Removal pops up with "Could not load trufosalt.sys." So I tried TDDSKiller and did a full scan which took over 3 hours atleast and it came up empty. Relative logs are attached below. They include: BitDefender, Malwarebytes quick scan, RogueKiller, DDS and FSS logs. Any idea? :/ I had redirect issues before bit they are gone now and my computer is running slower than ever. Couldn't find an edit button. Sorry for the bump but I thought I would add aliases Aliases Rootkit.MBR.Sst.B (Boot image) (BitDefender) Trojan.DOS.Alureon (Ikarus) Troj/TdlMbr-D (Sophos) Alert Level(?) Severe Log file.txt mbam-log-2012-04-27 (16-04-15).txt mbam-log-2012-04-27 (16-00-31).txt RKreport1.txt RKreport8.txt FSS.txt