If it encounters login information, it gathers it and tries to send the keystrokes to a remote server. A randomly named DLL file with a name that contains 4 random letters for the file name, and a random 3 letter extension, gets created in the %System% folder. Thanks Back to top #9 sdiggory sdiggory Member Members 11 posts Posted 02 January 2008 - 07:56 PM Followed your instructions. Note - this is not the legitimate Internet Explorer (iexplore.exe) which is always located in %ProgramFiles%\Internet Explorer. http://softsystechnologies.com/hijackthis-log/hijackthis-log-possibly-clickspring.html
It spreads itself by infecting removable drives, such as flash drives or other USB storage devices. Note - this is not the legitimate Internet Explorer (iexplore.exe) which is always located in %ProgramFiles%\Internet ExplorerNoMicrosoftXiexplore.exeDetected by Malwarebytes as Trojan.Agent.MSGen. Note - this is not the legitimate Internet Explorer (iexplore.exe) process as there is a space before the ".exe"NoWinsock2 driverXIEXPLORE .EXEAdded by the SPYBOT-AU WORM! Saluni Saluni is an information stealer.
Index.dat files keep a track of pages, images, cookies or sounds from web sites you have visited, even if these files are deleted from your system. It can invite other malware, and spreads via any connected drives on the infected system, including removable drives. Should you see an URL you don't recognize as your homepage or search page, have HijackThis fix it.O1 - Hostsfile redirectionsWhat it looks like:O1 - Hosts: 126.96.36.199 auto.search.msn.comO1 - Hosts: 188.8.131.52 It also tries to copy itself to other computers within the same LAN workgroup.
Discovered August 2009 W32.Screentief This is a worm that spreads itself around via removable drives, such as flash drives. Last database update :- 30th December, 2016 50736 listed You can search for any of the following terms to find and display entries in the start-up programs database but the minimum Note - this malware actually changes the value data of the "(Default)" key in HKCU\Run in order to force Windows to launch it at boot. Norton continues to scan twice a day and tells me all is well!
W32-Winemmem W32-Winemmem is a virus that opens backdoor function on the infected machine. It will watch and change your search querries and generate pop up ads. It also blocks and redirects web traffic by setting itself up as a proxy server. This worm also acts as a sort of "door holder", meaning it can download new configuration files for itelf as well as other maliciou scontent, increasing the likelihood that other malware
It can also be licensed by other products such as versions of The Shield Deluxe from PCSecurityShield (see here) - who's reputation is poorYesIEShowYIEShow.exeAnti-phishing component of BitDefender internet security products. I have run Spybot S&D, AdAware, and McAfee. A device driver called %SystemDrive%\temp\acpimem32.sys is dropped on the machine, and it drops 2 log files labeled windbg.dat and windbg2.dat in there as well. The file is located in %Root%\directory\CyberGateNoPoliciesXiexdds.exeDetected by Malwarebytes as Backdoor.Agent.PGen.
Note - this is not the legitimate Internet Explorer (iexplore.exe) which is always located in %ProgramFiles%\Internet Explorer. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... The files are already detected as Downloader.Tibs. This one is located in %System%NoInternet Explorer6.0XIEXPLORE.EXEDetected by Trend Micro as WORM_RBOT.ENZ and by Malwarebytes as Backdoor.Bot.
It also may open a back door allowing remote commands to be executed on the infected system. http://softsystechnologies.com/hijackthis-log/hijackthis-log-help-plz.html It also attaches itself to executables and tries to download items on the affected system. They may appear to be Realtek drivers, but are not. it changes the file attributes of explorer.exe, regedit.exe, cmd.exe and taskmgr.exe to hidden system read only.
In the BHO List, 'X' means spyware and 'L' means safe.O3 - IE toolbarsWhat it looks like: O3 - Toolbar: &Yahoo! It adds itself to the infected system to infect new drives as well as adding itself to the removable drive. Note - this is not the legitimate Internet Explorer (iexplore.exe) which is always located in %ProgramFiles%\Internet Explorer. Check This Out Sasfis A Trojan horse, Sasfis is a malicious downloader.
It may also open a back door and allow remote commands to be executed. W32 - Wapomi-B Wapomi, a.k.a W32-Jadtre, is a worm. This file was restored to the original version to maintain system stability. The file is located in %AppData%\ieDataNoICcontrolXiccontrol.exeICcontrol premium rate adult content dialerNoInternet Call DirectorUICD.EXETELUS Internet Call Director (ICD). 'When a call comes in, Internet Call Director is launched and a "pop-up" display
It works like part of a botnet, and can go to predefined web locations, send mail, modify an FTP server, control processes and threads, modify the regisrty, steal FTP and other Usually it is bundled in with installers from some "free" applications. If you have not done so, include a clear description of the problems you're having, along with any steps you may have performed so far.Upon completing the steps below another staff this contact form Note the number "0" in the filename, which is located in %Windir%NoIEXPL0RERXIEXPL0RER.EXEDetected by Sophos as W32/Agobot-QL and by Malwarebytes as Trojan.Agent.EXP.
The file is located in %LocalAppData%\TempImages (8/7/Vista) or %UserProfile%\Local Settings\TempImages (XP)NokxswsoftXierdfgh.exeAdded by the AUTORUN-AAT WORM!Noiesar.exeXiesar.exeBrowser hijacker - redirecting to an adult web site. Trojan-Peacomm Trojan-Peacomm is a Trojan infection. Downadup/Conficker worm First version of this worm is known from december 2008. Several functions may not work.