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System process at address 0xE4783995 have just crashed VIRUS

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Just got the same infection yesterday after visiting a website with FF 3.6 presented in Google search result.

It's particularly nasty because the Windows Xp system is useless - after reboot - even in safe mode.

After taking out the disk and scanning it as external USB drive with McAfee the following viruses

where found and quarantined:

- FakeAlertSecurityTool.bt in IXFRBX.EXE in \documents and settings\[user]\local settings\application data\

- FakeAlertSecurityTool.bt in 5.EXE in \documents and settings\[user]\local settings\temp\tmpb562A72

- Artemis! in SVCHOST.EXE in \documents and settings\[user]\local settings\temp\ncdgdnx

- Artemis! in GQQUULYPP[1].HTM in \documents and settings\[user]\local settings\temporay internet files\content.IE5\1N1PILCF

Even after quarantining these files the situation remained the same. Because I was in a hurry I ditched

any attempt to recover from this and restored a driveimage to go on.

I made a ghost of the infected Windows XP partition for post mortem later-on.

When looking for possible removals - someone posted instructions on Microsoft Answers to edit WIndows Reg and

a few other steps. Can't confirm if this is the fix.


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