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Win32/Alureon.H may be the issue?

Unread postby PedroADiez » July 19th, 2010, 5:28 pm

My IE is under the control of the virus. The pc is slowing down. Security patches or any attempt to download are either partially loaded or get a message that the web site is not available. Have contacted Microsoft support; now on level 2. Microsoft Security Essentials stops as soon as the infection shows up. I can not run Microsoft
Full Service Scan, it stops at 4 out of 8 tasks. However I can run their portions named: Tuneup and Cleanup. I can not download anything from HP because when I start the download the WEB pg is not available.

I have several virus software packages. None are reporting the virus
Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware
AVG Free 9.0.
CCleaner
stinger1010819
Malicious Software Removal Tool Protect Your Computer
On line M Trend
Smart Defrag
Spybot
ComboFix10-07-15.05
Roguefix vs 3.01
Microsoft Security Essentials
Microsoft Defender

The System:
Compaq Presario
XP Professional Service pack 3
Celeron 2.80 GHz
1.49 GB Ram

Conditions:
All software and operating system up-to-date
Firewall stays turned on
Antispyware is up to date
Antivirus software is up to date

I do not think the attachments are here. I have tried, and tried.

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Re: Win32/Alureon.H may be the issue?

Unread postby NonSuch » July 19th, 2010, 11:54 pm

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