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SVCHOST.exe - Backdoor.bot keeps comming back!


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Ohhh!! I just ran a quick scan on the malwarebytes and theres no infection can you guys double check if its really gone because everytime I scanned the computer and rebooted the computer the trojan virus or the backdoor.bot was always comming back no matter how many times I scanned and deleted the virus.

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Welcome to the forums xDukii :)

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Thanks I followed the steps and I think my computer doesn't have the infection anymore because I rebooted and scanned and it didn't pop up on malwarebytes but now when I click on the explorer icon I get this;

"C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe"

Illegal opertation attempted on a registry key that has been marked for deletetion.

Any idea what this is?

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Hello xDukii

No, I don't know what this is. It could be that your computer is still infected. Or that by using Combofix without supervision of an expert, something was deleted.

I would suggest you to wait for a trained helper to reply to your post in the Malware Removal section :)

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