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  1. Hello Malwarebytes community! A friend came to me the other day, she is a co-worker and simply stated that her computer was acting strange. After looking it over, her Symantic Endpoint Protection virus protection kept popping up saying it has detected Trojan.ZeroAccess (and sometimes Trojan.ZeroAccess.C) rootkit and has deleted it. However after a few minutes it comes back up with the same message. By the way, she is running Windows 7 PRO SP1. I have tried multiple virus removals to no avail. MBAM, SuperAntiSpyware, and Kaspersky. With Kaspersky it said that system32\services.exe was infected, it deleted that file, rebooted, and the computer crashed and would not boot up! Luckily I had created a restore before attemping to remove the virus myself and was able to get back with the windows startup repair tool. Anyways, now I'm back to square one, and I could really use someone's help in removing this! Here is an MBAM log and DDS report (attached as .txt logs). Thank you to anyone kind enough to lend me a hand, it is much appreciated!!! :) Attach.txt DDS.txt mbam-log-2012-08-14 (07-59-27).txt
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