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  1. hello, i recently ran a malwarebytes scan and it came up with a rootkit.0access infection, which i tried to delete, but just re-appeared after startup. i tried to DL the DDS file for a system analysis...but my computer kepts saying that it was infected by a virus and deleted the DL. i am currently running W7 ultimate and maybe a security setting is preventing this DDS DL. plz help, as the re-directing to sites, along with the other potential hazards of this infection have me a bit worried. i do have the mbam logs for the scans i did. thanks in advance. MBAM-log-2013-10-22 (11-34-42)aaa.rari am currently running in safe mode just to access your forums, as my pc now redirects me or doesnt allow me to access this site.
  2. Hello. I have a HP AMD Athlon 64 proc...running MS Windows Vista Ultimate (32Bit) w/SP2. A few days ago Xfinity had allerted me that a "bot" was on my computer through a program called Constant Guard. Since then my computer has had a mind of its own. Several times its sprouted legs and walked away from me, lol. I downloaded Norton and had found: Trojan.Backdoor.Generic16.klk Trojan.Backdoor.Zeroacces Trojan.Backdoor.Generic2.C I remembering these out of my head, however I do believe those are what was found and Quarentined/Removed. Before removal it had rendered my Security Essentials completely useless and would not turn on - same for my Firewall. Also things such as Blue Screen, Icon removal or additions, Homepage Changes, Script Errors...you name it - it was happeneing. I removed my Sec.Ess. program when DL'ing Norton. The viruses are said to be removed, however I can run few .exe programs, my desktop background is still not working and I even got a Blue Screen when I tried to start up in Safe Mode (o.O) a few times. So I'm not sure if I'm still infected or what. I cannot find the Vista Ult. Install disk either, which is a major bummer. Was wondering if someone could walk me through removal. Normally I have always cleaned my own system and havent needed help up to this point, however, I am at a loss this time around and need tekkie help. ugh, whatta mess....be gentle! Thank you!! ~ Sherry attach.txt.txt dds.txt mbam-log-2012-12-11 (11-31-11).txt
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