roger87 wrote:Sorry, That file is definitely safe and NOT malware. My company has created a new IE toolbar application that uses that file. There is definitely nothing wrong with it and it is virus/malware free. I've been searching each log file and removing the entry for ChorusToolbar.dll before I post to you to avoid any confusion. I must've missed that in my last post. Would you still like me to take the remaining steps starting with CFScript? Thanks.
Your computer is infected but, unfortunately, as this is a company/business computer, I am unable to help. There will be various settings, restrictions, and domain policies on the computer that I would not be aware of and these may mean that many of the tools I would need to use to clean the computer will not work. Even if the tools did work, they are likely to affect the settings of the computer which may result in it either not working properly or not at all.
I suggest you contact your company's IT support desk without delay.
I suspect that the malware you are dealing with is part of a botnet. Here are a couple of links to provide you with additional information about this type of infection.