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Hi, I started using ExitLag to connect games to the internet due to severe lag. However, whenever I start up ExitLag, I get the IP address 22.214.171.124 blocked due to either malware or trojan. Is this a false positive or should I make sure this address is always blocked? Thanks for any information.
MWB keeps blocking an IP address every couple minutes Successfully blocked access to a potentially malicious website: 126.96.36.199 - updater.exe Type: outgoing Port: varies (many ports used as shown in log), Process: updater.exe I've included a log for today (April 13th, 2012), and the requested files after running the DDS application. I've ran a scan with MWB and a couple things came up and deleted, but it keeps popping up. I don't know if I am infected or not, but I'd rather be safe than sorry, so any help would be greatly appreciated! protection-log-2012-04-13.txtAttach.txtDDS.txt
I keep getting this popup warning from MWB - Successfully blocked acess to a potentially malicious website: 188.8.131.52 Type: outgoing Port: varies, Process: updater.exe I have no idea what this is coming from, but it comes up every couple minutes and has been for the last couple days. I've searched for updater.exe on my harddrive, and have found 7 programs with that name chrome_updater updater (DiskManager) updater (Skype) updater (WildTangent Games), occurs twice in different locations Adobe AIR Updater Norton_PC_Checkup_Updater I've checked my processes and don't have a process running called updater.exe If anyone can tell me what this is and if I should trust it, that would be great. I'm including a log file for today, ending at around 1408 Thank you for any help possible
Got infected with BOO/TDss.O while helping a customer. I managed to stop the process instantly. However, it already removed (or hide) files from my Start > All Programs as well as cleaned icons from my Quick Launch as well as it removed all of me restore points. SO I could not go back to a previous date. My computer is running Windows XP SP3 and I had Avira running which managed to catch the virus (slightly late I assume). Then every time I was restarting the computer Avira was catching the BOO/TDss.O file and removing it without any success. After going through malwarebytes, bleepingcomputer and couple of other forums, I installed and ran rkill.exe, TDssKiller.exe, TDss Fix Tool from Symantec, MBRCheck and also manually removed some of the malicious entries from the registry file. I installed Malwarebytes, which found some other instances and removed them. So to make it short, it looks clean now and I am using the Trial period of Malwarebytes with active protection and now I keep getting IP Addresses blocked (like 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11). I just read the posting http://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?showtopic=99663&st=60. Installed ComboFix, ran it and got the log file. I have too many programs installed to do a clean windows installation but I would need to do it if I have to. At this point I need to make sure I don't have any backdoors open and I would much appreciate your help. Attached are TDSSKiller log file from 3 days ago and today's ComboFix log file. Thanks! ComboFix.txt TDSSKiller.18.104.22.168_09.01.2012_13.54.44_log.txt