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vundo-h Trojan


seadog2

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I'm reporting this as a false positive since after booting with knoppix to delete the files (they wouldn't delete under windows or using Malwarebytes software) and rescanning after deleting the offending files the reporting persists. The registry entries could not be fixed manually or using the windows software and still exist. The file gklhvus.dll in windows/system32 continues to be reported by Malwarebytes although it no longer exists. I've included the report before and after the supposed fixes which didn't occur under Malwarebytes or other software... Microsoft Security Essentials also didn't properly repair this trojan nor did online scanner from Bitdefender. Symantec tool for vundo also failed to fix it. Microsoft, after the files were deleted in Linus, did not detect the trojan although the registry entries still existed. The reports were generated only after the 3 original offending files were deleted manually after booting in Linux Knoppix. The first report was before clicking the repair function in Malwarebytes and the second was after although no changes were made by the Malwarebytes software.

mbam_log_2010_08_02__21_09_59_.zip

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