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  1. I just did a clean install of Windows 7 from the recovery partition on my laptop and immediately started having problems. I've run several scans with MalwareBytes and have received various results labeled either "rootkit.0access" or "trojan.zaccess". The infection is not removed on restart; I always come back with at least a couple of "trojan.zaccess" results. I see that there have been several threads on this particular problem recently and I will do my best to include all of the commonly requested logs here. dds.txt attach.txt RKreport0_S_08292013_224349.txt FRST.txt Addition.txt Thanks
  2. Title says it all, Malwarebytes detects it and quarantines it but it gets detected from the same file location over and over, the longer i stay logged in the more it reports. - The file location is C:\Windows\Installer\{d9b2f573-3e7e-9fae-7702-a49a5ffccfa5}\U\000000cb.@ - This pops up at least every 3 minutes Here is the log of the quick scan I have just done www.malwarebytes.org Database version: v2013.07.06.03 Windows Vista Service Pack 2 x64 NTFSInternet Explorer 9.0.8112.16421Tyler :: LIVINGROOM [administrator] Protection: Enabled 06/07/2013 9:29:26 PMmbam-log-2013-07-06 (21-29-26)
  3. First off, thank you for helping all of us poor infected souls! It is truly appreciated. 11/28/2012 - Removed 171 malware instances, including, but not limited to, Exploit.Drop.GS, PUM.Disabled.SecurityCenter, PUM.Hijack.TaskManager, PUP.MyWebSearch, RootKit.0Access, Trojan.0Access via MBAM. Repaired and re-registered WMI due to "wmiprvse.exe error. The isntruction at "0x7c910f48" referenced memory at "0x00080179". The memory could not be "written"." <http://windowsxp.mvps.org/repairwmi.htm>. 1/7/2013 - Removed 61 malware files and 7 infected registry keys, including: PUP.FunMoods, PUP.
  4. Hi, Malwarebytes scanner keeps detecting a couple of trojans and they keep coming back. but i will start the story from the beginning a few days ago, I noticed that gmail/youtube logins always resulted in "Your browser's cookie functionality is turned off. Please turn it on." sounds very basic right? well cookies are on and deleting cookies/cache doesnt resolve it either. and i tried the same thing with internet explorer and same problem. cookies are on in IE as well. then I noticed that hotmail always redirects me back to the hotmail page when trying to log in. finally, google searches occasi
  5. Hi, I seem to have gotten the Sirefef Trojan on two of my computers. One runs Vista Home Premium SP2 and the other Windows 7 SP1. I'm working on removing the virus on the Vista machine first. I have attached the two requested logs: . DDS (Ver_2011-08-26.01) - NTFSx86 Internet Explorer: 9.0.8112.16421 BrowserJavaVersion: 1.6.0_31 Run by X at 9:59:19 on 2012-10-06 Microsoft® Windows Vista™ Home Premium 6.0.6002.2.1252.1.1033.18.1917.767 [GMT -5:00] . AV: Microsoft Security Essentials *Enabled/Updated* {B140BF4E-23BB-4198-90AB-A51A4C60A69C} SP: Microsoft Security Essentials *Enabled/Updated* {
  6. Good afternoon, Experts, I have a Dell Inspiron presenting with Trojan.Agent, Trojan:DOS/Alureon.A, Virus Win64/Sirefef.A, Rootkit.0Access, Trojan.0Access. DDS Log reads: . DDS (Ver_2011-08-26.01) - NTFSAMD64 Internet Explorer: 9.0.8112.16421 BrowserJavaVersion: 10.7.2 Run by Gator at 13:42:15 on 2012-10-07 Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 6.1.7600.0.1252.1.1033.18.3895.2165 [GMT -6:00] . AV: Trend Micro Titanium *Disabled/Outdated* {68F968AC-2AA0-091D-848C-803E83E35902} AV: Norton Security Suite *Disabled/Outdated* {63DF5164-9100-186D-2187-8DC619EFD8BF} SP: Trend Micro Titanium *Disabled/
  7. hello, i need help my computer has a virus and i need to fix it.The virus names were Trojan.Dropper.BCMiner,Rootkit.0Access,Rootkit.0Access.64. The help will be greatly appreciated so much.I ran malware and this is the results Malwarebytes Anti-Malware www.malwarebytes.org Database version: v2012.10.08.07 Windows 7 Service Pack 1 x64 NTFS Internet Explorer 9.0.8112.16421 Ky :: ANOTHAWORLD [administrator] 10/8/2012 3:27:02 PM mbam-log-2012-10-08 (15-27-02).txt Scan type: Quick scan Scan options enabled: Memory | Startup | Registry | File System | Heuristics/Extra | Heuristics/Shuri
  8. McAffee reported an attack one of our laptops. I ran the McAffee virus scanner and it removed 2 trojans, but even after I closed it down I kept getting warning message from McAffee saying that there were virus detected in the c:/$recyclebin folder, but that nothing was required to be done, even though the warning messages kept coming. Firefox (the default browser) seems to be running fine however (i.e. no redirects/shutdowns etc). I downloaded MB_AM and ran a quick scan. It also said there were trojans, and said it had removed them. However on restarting the laptop the McAffee warnings were st
  9. Greetings experts. I've gone through the removal of nearly the same Trojans and Rootkits as I'm finding on the latest system that I'm fixing, and I was very, very tempted to just go through my previous logs to fix this latest issue, but I also know that the fixes are done in a specific order with specific codes written for the machines being worked on, so I decided to go about this the safe way and not turn my friend's computer into a paper weight. So, I have run several Malwarebytes scans on this system (Dell Dimension C521 running Win 7 Pro - 32-bit), and I have been able to successfully rem
  10. I have a computer infected with a browser/search redirect virus. A Malwarebytes scan detects it but appears unable to fully remove the infection. Every time on reboot the infection tries to reinstall itself, but Malwarebytes detects and asks to quarantine it (which I do). Upon rerunning the quick scan the same files are found, and the process repeats.... I can now browse the Internet normally, but based on the reboot/reappear pattern, the infection is not completely removed. I've seen other similar posts on this forum, but it seems from reading them that the best course of action is to post a
  11. I read the pinned article and attached are the results of the DDS. Please advise on next steps. Thanks, Fred Attach.txtDDS.txt
  12. I have a computer infected with a browser/search redirect virus. A Malwarebytes scan detects it but appears unable to fully remove the infection. Every time on reboot the infection tries to reinstall itself, but Malwarebytes detects and asks to quarantine it (which I do). Upon rerunning the quick scan the same files are found, and the process repeats.... I can now browse the Internet normally, but based on the reboot/reappear pattern, the infection is not completely removed. I've seen other similar posts on this forum, but it seems from reading them that the best course of action is to post
  13. Yet another topic with this same problem. I've just recently bought Malwarebytes PRO to scan this PC because it has been giving us lots of issues. It was able to delete over 160 infections that this PC had save for these buggers. I've tried and tried to get them removed but have not been successful. After coming here and seeing all these topics regarding these, I dont feel so terrible about my computer being infected with it, but now my problems is that I do not have the slightest clue on what to do next. I'm not computer sabby at all. Any help would be appreaciated!
  14. Post Merged We look for post with 0 replies, so when you reply to your own topic, we assume you're being helped. Please be patient, someone will assist you as soon as possible. Hello, I've got this nasty Rootkit and Trojan on my computer that MalwareBytes cannot get rid of, and ever since my Malwarebytes detected it, I've been hearing this noise from my speakers that sounds like someone rustling around with a mic. The thing is, my PC does not have a mic plugged in to it so it's really freaking me out. Dunno if it's related to these two things but either way I'd really like to get rid of them.
  15. I've been malwared. Must've been one of the many harmless websites I tend to visit when the wife and kids are out. The redirects and pop-ups have tapered off since I first experienced the virus 2 weeks ago. I just got back from vacation and booted up again for the first time since. Currently experiencing virtually no symptoms (other than URL's loading slower than usual), but I know there's an evil lurking in the shadows, waiting to do me in. Oh wise and knowledgeable forum member(s), please bestow upon me your generosity and wisdom! My mbam log here: Malwarebytes Anti-Malware (PRO)
  16. Hello All, I'm trying to clean out a friends laptop. After running MBAM four times, I'm still not able to successfully rid the topics mentioned in the post title. Searching these threads, I found someone who had a similar situation. I followed that post up to the point where the instructions were specific to the users machine. It involved running FRST64 from a command prompt. So anyways, attached are lots of logs that should do the heavy explaining! Let me know if I need to post more info... Attach.txt DDS.txt FRST.txt mbam-log-2012-08-08 (18-02-32).txt mbam-log-2012-08-08 (19-05-36).txt
  17. Hello, MBAM has exposed Trojan.Dropper.BCMiner and Rootkit.0Access on my laptop and is unable to remove them after successive scans and reboots. Here are logs for MBAM, OTL and RKreport. Thank you for your help, Pete. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Malwarebytes Anti-Malware www.malwarebytes.org Database version: v2012.08.06.02 Windows 7 x86 NTFS Internet Explorer 9.0.8112.16421 Pete :: NITRO [administrator] 8/6/2012 12:16:10 AM mbam-log-2012-08-06 (00-36-19).txt Scan type: Full scan (C:\|S:\|) Scan options enabled: M
  18. Hi, I'm infected with two kind of Malwares: Trojan.Dropper.BCMiner and Rootkit.0Access I found out that there were some infections because Internet Explorer didn't start anymore! After using Malware Anti-Malware Internet Explorer did work again, only Malwarebytes keeps on finding the Trojan.Dropper.BCMiner infection! Question, how can I remove the BCMiner infection? Should I be worried about the Rootkit.0Access? I have no idea how to forward from this point on, that is the reason I post here, I really hope you can help me?? [/size][/font][/color][color=#222222][font=Calibri][size=2] Malwareby
  19. I'm constantly getting popups and google redirects. Malwarebytes keeps detecting the same 4 infections: 1 Trojan.Sirefef, 2 Rootkit.0Access, and 1 Trojan.Dropper.BCMiner. After I click remove, restart the the computer and scan again, they keep coming back. Dont know what else to do. Ive attached hosts.txt, the Malwarebytes log, and the ntbtlog.txt. Please help!!!! hosts.txt mbam-log-2012-07-13 (05-31-00).txt ntbtlog.txt
  20. Hi, it seemsl ike I'm infected by this rootkit, that's what Anti Malware says. It seems like it's not able to delete it. My Windows Update and Security essentials is already blocoked. Here is my ODS Log files...hope you guys canl help me. Extras.Txt OTL.Txt
  21. Clicked on bad Google result website today - no live protection running. Malwarebytes found and removed Trojan.Dropper.PE4. Ran SuperAntispyware and Spybot - no scan hits. Installed Microsoft Security Essentials - no scan hits. Now, "Due to an unidentified problem, Windows cannot display firewall settings". View settings in Windows Explorer and Control Panel have changed. Ran Malwarebytes again - this time found and removed Trojan.ZAccess and Rootkit.0Access. Thank you in advance. dds.txt . DDS (Ver_2011-08-26.01) - NTFSx86 Internet Explorer: 8.0.6001.18702 Run by Ed Lang at 23:33:05 on
  22. I ran malwarebytes scan about a week ago and thought I deleted it. Scanned again today and it was still there. I only really noticed it today because random music suddenly started playing on my computer. Multiple times even when I had no programs open. How can I get rid of it without having to reformat my whole system? here is a log: Malwarebytes Anti-Malware www.malwarebytes.org Database version: v2012.06.27.02 Windows Vista Service Pack 2 x64 NTFS Internet Explorer 9.0.8112.16421 Amitabh :: AMITABH-PC [administrator] 6/28/2012 10:08:12 PM mbam-log-2012-06-28 (22-08-12).txt Scan t
  23. This is a continuation of http://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?showtopic=110776&hl=&fromsearch=1 which was mistakenly "taken over" by yours truly as a newbie to the forum. For clarity's sake, we continue the removal process here. I'm in the process of removing five trojans from a friend's computer: Trojan.Sirefef, Trojan.Small, Trojan.LameShield, Trojan.Dropper and Trojan.Zaccess, as well as Rootkit.0Access. I've determined from my forum searches that brought me to the aforementioned forum (to which I inadvertently responded to the very helpful gringo_pr's instructions) that the
  24. Hello All, I am looking for some help. Just got back from vacation, did not update virus definitions and jumped on the internet. Got a bogus virus warning pop up, started the task manager and killed everything without clicking the screen. Later I noticed that Microsoft Security Essentials was not running and I was not able to turn it back on. Ran Malwarebytes and found that I had trojan.small, trojan.sirefef and rootkit.0access. I followed the prompts to remove them and restart the computer. Ran Malwarebytes again and found the same three problems. I spent most the day researching the c
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