e. But Malwarebytes had removed it from the Run key in the registry. I remembered that that was the timestamp on the c:\windows\prefetch files from the morning. You need an "out of band" mechanism, such as Recovery Console, making the affected disk a slave, etc.
However, I also noticed in the procmon logs that one of the things the malware did was change the dates on the components it created (procmon is really a beautiful tool, I tried again with FileAssassin a few times after I realised this, but no dice. I hope people find this useful. I didn't understand what was going on.
I've got a trojan that Malwarebytes picked up numerous files and they're deleted.. I figured there was a chance that the malware itself was causing this failure. When the system rebooted with symptoms, I would know. The package worked without a hitch.
What was special about that time? After I ran FileAssassin, tubakile.dll was plainly visible, but not with 'dir /ah'. So I had the added hassle of finding and downloading taskkill, which I did from here -- http://members.ziggo.nl/gigajosh/2005/05/taskkillexe.html I noticed a ton of processes had tubakile.dll attached to them, according to i know..
evilfantasy: Open HijackThis and select Do a system scan only.Place a check mark next to the following entries: (if there)- R1 - HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Connection Wizard,ShellNext = ¸?Ô - O2 - BHO: Then I needed something to kill them with. b. This had shown up in \windows\system32, but Malwarebytes did not identify it as a component of the malware.
VundoÂ is often distributed as a DLL file and installed on an affected machine as a Browser Helper Object (BHO) without a user'sÂ consent. A couple of notes about Recovery Console. VirusScan UpdateLog (updates quit after attack as did all internet browsing, did manual update today)4/3/2009 5:58:02 PM NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM Starting VirusScan task: AutoUpdate4/3/2009 5:58:02 PM NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM Checking update packages from I booted into 'Safe Mode' to minimize the number of processes I had to look at.
Software > Computer viruses and spyware hit hard by trojan, can't even perform "pre-scans" for forum << < (2/2) stxbones: logs so far.[attachment deleted by admin] stxbones: more logs.Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware 1.31Database Again, all premises are off on a compromised system). It created a directory c:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\NNNNNNNN Where NNNNNNNN is the same as above, which contained the .exe and a .bat file with the following contents: :try taskkill /im I now press on with my life.
wayneNew Member*Group: MembersPosts: 5Joined: 16-April 09Member No.: 12,635Cleaning and deleting with MBAM is not working... tubakile.dll I googled it, and it now seemed obvious that this was the heart of the malware. Use Microsoft Security EssentialsÂ or another up-to-date scanning and removal tool to detect and remove this threatÂ and other unwanted software from your computer. VirusScan OnAccessScanLog4/5/2009 1:44:52 PM Statistics:4/5/2009 1:44:52 PM Files scanned: 8134/5/2009 1:44:52 PM Files detected: 04/5/2009 1:44:52 PM Files cleaned: 04/5/2009 1:44:52 PM Files deleted: 04/5/2009 1:44:52 PM Files moved: 04/5/2009 2:39:30
It had successfully deleted the others as part of this process. I did a full scan with Malewarebytes, and it detected Trojan.Vundo.H, and said it would remove it on a reboot. (The issue, I later learned, was that part of the malware Top Threat behavior Trojan:Win32/Vundo.gen!H is a component of Win32/VundoÂ - a multiple-component family ofÂ programs that deliver 'out of context' pop-up advertisements.Â They may also download and execute arbitrary files. this stuff comes right back...
And that boiled my blood -- I am paying for the software to detect and remove malware; when it fails at that task, why should I be expected to pay more? Then click File > Save5. The malware was back 12 hours later.
now that I told malwarebytes to delete the infections.... I felt optimistic. Tick âShow hidden files and folders and non-tick Hide protected operating system files (Recommended)â d. thank you!!!!
HJThis logLogfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.2Scan saved at 11:33:29 PM, on 4/6/2009Platform: Windows XP SP3 (WinNT 5.01.2600)MSIE: Internet Explorer v7.00 (7.00.6000.16791)Boot mode: NormalRunning processes:C:\WINDOWS\System32\smss.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\csrss.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\winlogon.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\services.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\lsass.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exeC:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\spoolsv.exeC:\Program Files\Common Files\Apple\Mobile Device Support\bin\AppleMobileDeviceService.exeC:\Program Files\Broadcom\ASFIPMon\AsfIpMon.exeC:\Program Files\Bonjour\mDNSResponder.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exeC:\Program Anyway, I noticed that the NNNNNNNN.exe referenced above was running at this time. wayneMBAM Log File:Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware 1.36Database version: 2060Windows 5.1.2600 Service Pack 24/30/2009 12:29:36 AMmbam-log-2009-04-30 (00-29-28).txtScan type: Quick ScanObjects scanned: 93727Time elapsed: 4 minute(s), 37 second(s)Memory Processes Infected: 0Memory Modules Infected: 1Registry Keys It even has a Wikipedia entry.
This was my working model, in any case. Thatâs why Trojan.win32/vundo always comes back after automatic removals.