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Infected flash drive, Worm:Win32/Soglueda.A

Unread postby crazyfirex » January 2nd, 2011, 10:17 pm

I have two computers, a Vista x32 and an XP. The XP isn't connected to the internet. I recently realized that the flash drive connected to the XP had a file (with all the information in ?Spanish?) called dllrun.exe at it's root. There is also an autorun.inf file which attempts to run dllrun when plugged in. The default action is changed to Explorar. Of course, I tried deleting the files, but they re-appeared each time I plugged it in or restarted the XP. ClamWin did not pick up on the file as malware, even when I specifically told Clam to inspect it. The real problem here is that I cannot get HijackThis on the XP, since I am afraid of infecting another flash drive when moving it from my Vista to XP. This website:
seems to describe my exact symptoms, except I have not found this keylogger: <system folder>\winm.dll described there. (Which may make sense, since it isn't connected to the web anyway), and EXE files haven't been changed either.

My computer is still running fine, I simply want my $20 flash drive back, and the program off my computer.
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Re: Infected flash drive, Worm:Win32/Soglueda.A

Unread postby NonSuch » January 3rd, 2011, 7:45 pm

Please familiarize yourself with the forum rules: >Forum Posting Rules - Please Read<

If both of your computers have CD/DVD drives, you could download the necessary tools on the Vista computer and then transfer them via CD/DVD to the XP computer. However, some tools do require internet access for various reasons. In order for us to help you it is necessary that you provide us with a HijackThis log. If you are able to connect the XP computer to the internet, or transfer files via CD/DVD, then please follow the guideline at the below link to start a new topic and post your HijackThis log by pasting it into your post. Do not utilize attachments.

If your XP computer cannot be connected to the internet, and you have no other way to access the tools that are needed in order to diagnose and/or remove the malware from your computer, then getting help from an online forum is not really a viable option for you, and you should take your computer in to a trusted local shop.

This topic is now closed. Please start a new topic by following the HijackThis Guideline posted here: >Guideline for posting your HijackThis log<
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