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Hello, I have just been 'infected' with a trojan this night via a website (through a Steam scam attempt). I have immediately unplugged my internet cable from the PC and downloaded from a laptop the MBAB program, copied on a stick and installed it on the main machine (as soon as I opened the task manager, the trojan would close it immediately), I ran a scan and the software immediately detected the threat ( I had no antivirus, except the Microsoft Security Essentials - my pc runs on Windows 7 professional service pack 1). After the scan, I immediately quarantined the threats (and one of them probably was deleted on restart as demanded by the software). I have not connected yet the pc to the internet, because my main concern is if everything is safe now (when i ran the scan , the windows was not in safe mode, as i googled on my phone, and found on different sites that I should not turn off / reboot the pc). I plan to fully format the pc and to make a clean reinstall of windows, but as I stated above my main concern is if the machine will be safe after all this operations ( I have read on different forums that the HDD should be changed, as it remains corrupt, after this nasty trojan). I am very concerned because, I work with banks, poker sites and other electronic wallets. I was not up-to-date with how this trojan operates, but found out this night that it has some kind of a keylogger too (but i guess you all know that). I also wanted to ask if I should do something to the homegroup wireless network? ( I have read on some forums / sites, that it could affect that too). I came here because I thought that the information you will provide will be probably the best, instead of reading on other forums / sites all opinions / advice that would not be qualified, since you deal with this everyday. Thank you in advance for your support on this. Sincerely yours, A noob. logs.rar
Umm hi. I downloaded a stupid game and mbam told me i got a backdoor bot.I did not open the file.So,could be possible that because i didnt open the file - backdoor bot didnt infect me?i scanned it but nothing appeared.Could it be ”hide” or something?(backdoor...sounds creepy).I mean...what harm could it do?I do not own on this pc any important infos.I just play games.Please tell me soon what should i do.Thanks.
Hi, My latest scan with mbam found a backdoor bot and quarantined it. I want to be sure that (in the end) I have a clean pc so I hope u can help me with that. First question: Is a reinstall of windows necessary? And second question: Can it affect external drives? Here is the log: Malwarebytes Anti-Malware www.malwarebytes.org Scandatum: 4-8-2014 Scantijd: 1:44:43 Logbestand: backdoorbot.txt Beheerder: Ja Versie: 2.00.2.1012 Malwaredatabase: v2014.08.03.08 Rootkitdatabase: v2014.08.01.01 Licentie: Gratis Malwarebescherming: Uitgeschakeld Kwaadaardige Website Bescherming: Uitgeschakeld Self-protection: Uitgeschakeld Besturingssysteem: Windows Vista Service Pack 2 Processor: x86 Bestandssysteem: NTFS Gebruiker: Bekker Scantype: Bedreigingsscan Resultaat: Voltooid Objecten Gescand: 377423 Verstreken Tijd: 24 m, 10 s Geheugen: Ingeschakeld Opstarten: Ingeschakeld Bestandssysteem: Ingeschakeld Archieven: Ingeschakeld Rootkits: Ingeschakeld Diepgewortelde-Rootkit Scan: Ingeschakeld Heuristics: Ingeschakeld POP: Waarschuwen POA: Ingeschakeld Processen: 0 (No malicious items detected) Modules: 0 (No malicious items detected) Registersleutels: 0 (No malicious items detected) Registerwaardes: 0 (No malicious items detected) Registerdata: 0 (No malicious items detected) Mappen: 0 (No malicious items detected) Bestanden: 1 Backdoor.Bot, C:\$RECYCLE.BIN\S-1-5-21-2418620012-3055082709-3329518089-1000\$RTLJEOZ.zip, In Quarantaine, [9cceb60b5c1fbb7bcf64fd583fc38a76], Fysieke Sectoren: 0 (No malicious items detected) (end) B-Daan