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Click here to Register a free account now! This topic is locked. Posted 30 June - AM Hi, my computer has been infected with multiple viruses. The antivirus says it has deleted these trojans, but on the next start up of my computer, they come back again, and again. I have also noticed many randomy named. Files such as jkhhh. There is also a file named xpdx in the same directory, which I also believe is malicious. I have also noticed in the task manager, in the process tab, there is a process called qttask.

This is taking up 50 of the CPU, which I believe may be the cause of the lagg. My computer also takes a long time to shut down now.

Before it only takes about 30sec - 1min. Now it takes about 4min. In addition, I am getting constant pop-ups advertising WinAntivirus, which I believe is a major virus hoax. Sometimes, my computer just laggs so hard, it is practically impossible to do anything. At one time, it took nearly 1min to just open the start menu. Not only this, but sometimes things like right mouse click doesn't open the small menu when clicked on desktop. Sometimes, I can't even access 'my computer' or 'windows explorer' or 'task manager' and sometimes, the computer won't even shut down through the start menu.

I have had these problems for nearly a week now, and it has become very frustrating. I have spent hours and hours scanning the computer with programs and online scanners, but have failed to detect the major viruses, sometimes some online scanners just erroring and crashing.

Help with fixing these viruses would greatly be appreciated. I have followed the steps to the Hijackthis log, although, some online scanners didn't work so well in Housecall, after a 5 hour scan, I couldn't even fix the viruses displayed. The following is my latest Hijackthis log.

Again, thankyou for any help with my computer! Logfile of HijackThis v1. Double-click VundoFix. Click the Scan for Vundo button. Once it's done scanning, click the Remove Vundo button. You will receive a prompt asking if you want to remove the files, click YES Once you click yes, your desktop will go blank as it starts removing Vundo.

When completed, it will prompt that it will reboot your computer, click OK. Thanks, tea. Please make a donation so I can keep helping people just like you. Every little bit helps! You can even use your credit card! Thank you! Posted 01 July - AM Hi teacup61, thankyou very much for helping me with my computer. Here is vundofix. VundoFix V6.

Java version is 1. Performing Repairs to the registry. These make your computer vulnerable to this type of malware attack. The only one you should have is the latest version, jre1.

Reboot your computer when you're done. Please run HijackThis! You will be asked for your e-mail address, it is safe to give it. If you receive alerts from your firewall, allow all activities for Spy Sweeper You will be prompted to check for updated definitions, please do so. Check Local Disc C. Under What to Sweep , check every box. Click on Sweep and allow it to fully scan your system. When the sweep has finished, click Remove. Click Save to File and save the log somewhere convenient.

Exit Spy Sweeper. Restart your computer, and then please copy and paste the SpySweeper log into this thread. Also please let me know how your computer is running now. Should I delete the first one? After the Hijackthis fixes, my computer restarted and I think my IE is now running much more smoothly. Although, IE still seems to be crashing regularly, no warning, whole thing just closes. Sometimes error messages are displayed. I have included screenshots in this post.

I then scanned the C drive. It remained on the file for 10min before I decided the program had stalled. I forced shutdown my computer and tried the scan again but the same problem occured.

Note: I have noticed that the freezing problem occurs when I leave my computer idle for about 1hour. Upon restarting the computer, Spy Sweeper detects trojan-zero sysmon32 and winsys64 came under this and trojan-downloader. Although I delete them, they show up again on the next restart. There is a exe file named 'mgrs' which is the application McAfee On-Access Scan detects as the cause of one, two or all of these - Winsys Beside mgrs, there is another exe file named 'retadpu'.

Both files where created on the day I got the virus. I have listed these files as I do not want to touch them in case I do something stupid. Anyway, I really appreciate your advice so far. Left: System Error. Code: Not enough storage is available to complete this operation.

Create adf SpySweeperUI. Execute be SpySweeperUI. Execute bed5c SpySweeperUI. Execute f SpySweeperUI. Execute af9bd SpySweeperUI.

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Adobe's protected pdf files that can function as exe files?

No pdf password remover can open them. Even antivirus software can not scan them and report them as viruses. Then I noticed those files are copied by Adobe Acrobat Reader when you install the software onto the computer. And all computers with Adobe Reader v. So, I made sure they are not viruses. Then I searched furthermore to find out why those files are password protected. And I found out that adobe uses those files for specific purposes such as advertisements and that you could disable those functions inside adobe menus.


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