*sobbing quetly* trojan in my winxp pro service pro serv. pack 1

Discussion in 'Virus Information' started by judi in eureka, Dec 11, 2007.

  1. it started with a trojan.win32/Anomaly.gen!A (i think). or did it start when
    the service pack 2 was not automatically dowloaded nor was i notified i
    needed to download it?

    i am at this point upable to send out email, or upload files to the
    internet. 1 email in 10 go out. my outlook express, none go out. i have
    bought CounterSpy and run it twice a day. i am also using nortons, and have
    used ad-aware, i have downloaded and used 6 differant virus scanners. i did
    pull 6 trojans out, but this one i wrote out above seems to be so imbedded
    and in control of my system. i did get the pop-ups and my ie browser to stop
    opening on their own while i did word processing here one night.
    i can't get windows defender ot live one to download and install. this is
    all confusing because it is now way over my head. if i knew what i was
    looking for, couldn't i go in and find those files and delete them?

    how do i rid myself of this trojan? i also seem to have a "trojan.7" that
    my nortons said they can not do anything at all with...my other scanners
    don't find such a monster.

    i'm only using 30% of my total harddrive. i was also getting messages from
    my epson priner that there were print jobs in que. this occured everytime i
    rebooted my puter. jobs i did not put there, so i canceled them, and have
    finally uninstalled my printer/scanner/copier.

    the trojan owns me now. HELP!

    eureka, ca
    judi in eureka, Dec 11, 2007
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  2. judi in eureka

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  3. judi in eureka

    Malke Guest

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    for malware. I'll give you general malware removal steps below, but at
    this point it may be more practical for you to back up your data and
    clean-install Windows. It's your call, of course.

    Go through these general malware removal steps systematically -

    Include scanning with David Lipman's Multi_AV and follow instructions to
    do all scans in Safe Mode. Please see the special Notes regarding using
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    http://www.elephantboycomputers.com/page2.html#Multi-AV - instructions
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    The site is in German but David's tool is in English so don't let that
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    You can also check to see if there are targeted removal steps for your
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    When all else fails, run HijackThis and post your log in one of the
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    Not all tools used will work in Vista and you will need to run them
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    Standard caveat: If the procedures look too complex - and there is no
    shame in admitting this isn't your cup of tea - take the machine to a
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    are skilled at removing malware and even if they are, your computer may
    be so infested that Windows will need to be clean-installed. Have all
    your data backed up before you take the machine into a shop.

    Malke, Dec 11, 2007
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