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i am infected by W32/Renos.gen!C Rootkit ftdisk.sys,FakeHost

Unread postby Pajajn » April 18th, 2010, 1:37 pm

Hello everyone :compress:
Yesterday my F-secure told me that i was infected by trojan downloader and there was only a "ok" button, and the Window was in Windows 98:theme with Title "F-Secure Anti Virus"

xxx= name changes each time the file is downloaded :S

For about some hours ago i came up with a new window telling me that


Ive got IE7 and Service Pack 3 installed, and i noticed that when i have one IE opened,
the process name is "iexplorer.exe" but there is 2 processes open in taskmanager but only one in desktop :?: :shock:

I and my father need help as fast as possible :(
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Re: i am infected by W32/Renos.gen!C Rootkit ftdisk.sys,FakeHost

Unread postby NonSuch » April 19th, 2010, 1:18 am

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Also note that this is a free, volunteer supported site. As such, help is given on a first come first served basis. If your situation is emergent and you cannot wait for help, then your best option is to take your computer into a trusted local shop and have the work done there.

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