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Trojan.DNSChanger on over 1000 files


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HI. I'm new to malwarebytes so I don't know if I did the right thing.

Malwarebytes found over a thousand "Trojan.DNSChanger" infections in one directory. I had all kinds of freeware videotools in it like virtualdub ect.

So I removed them all..

I downloaded malwarebytes because I had many "ctfmon's" running and spybot's tools suggested removing them but I thought malwarebytes would do it if anything found in scans..well of course it did not say anything about the ctfmon thing...

Anyways , hope I was not SO infected? :rolleyes:

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Hi,

Do you still have the latest scanlog? Please post it.

It's present here: C:\Documents and Settings\Your username\Application Data\Malwarebytes\Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware\Logs

Please post the last 2 logs.

Also, let me know what folder that was? Because since you're talking about "videotools" and detection was Trojan.DNSChanger, it smells like it's one of these malicious pron video codecs you installed - which install malware. The multiple ctfmon references you are talking about make sense in that case, because some of these codecs do create these ctfmon files (not the real one).

Btw, I think the "over 1000 files" is a bit exagerated. :rolleyes:

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That folder is also being used by fake videocodecs which then installs malware. Is this the standard name of the folder after installing whatever you have installed? Or did you create/rename that folder yourself in the program files?

Anyway, I will pass it on so detection will be removed. So this should be fixed in next update. :rolleyes:

Edited to add.. In case you suspect malware present as well (because you were having your doubts as I read your first post), Scan and post logs - read note at bottom in green

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