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Someone Please help! Got viruses that I cant get out! I got both eset and malwarebytes!

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by bigballin6161, Jul 25, 2012.

  1. bigballin6161

    bigballin6161 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    They will both not remove them got 1 called Sirefef.AL Trojan and the other one i gotta find again fuckkkkkkkkkkkkkk!
     
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    Reboot your computer into safe mode and then run your virus/malware scan. If that doesn't work, download an antivirus boot CD.
     
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    get norton power eraser, its free no install, its great for finding and removing root kits

    source... (IT tech for over 10 years)
     
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    Stinger works pretty good. Also microsofts anti malware tool. Dont' remember ms name but search stinger antivirus. It is from mcafee
     
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    Power eraser didnt help! And it wont let me reboot in safe mode! Fuck I got it from clicking a link in the war forum ffs! I have so much shit to do...any suggestions?!
     
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    It says windows installer 64 sirefef.al trojan. Is there anywhere that I can pay to get this done or what am I gonna do? another one comes up and
    says windows system32/services.exe
    win64/patchedB.gen trojan-event occurred blah blah Malwarebytes. Could eset be thinking malwarebytes is a trojan?
     
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    If you're running anything new from the windows family and it was a recent infection you can always just go back to an older restore point too.
     
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    jazzc Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    Time for the good 'ol format and re-install :)
     
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    personally I would just do a reformat, if its bad, I dont like to deal with booting into a pre-installed environment and cleaning files. Plus with windows if it gets deep enough it tends to mess with all kinds of other shit (system files).
     
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    Please dont say that!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I am so freaking out right now!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    going to even an old restore point is better than losing everything... With a restore point you will only lose anything that happened after that point including the virus. Plus, you can save all of that data off and scan it back on a clean system. Always better than a reformat. At least until you can back things up and do a planned reinstall.
     
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    Ok im gonna try the old restore point but can i save files from my infected computer like powerpoints and stuff that i made...or could they be infected now too?
    I was able to get it into safe mode and its scanning now... Is there any hope of me getting outta this without reboot or reformat? Wtf are these antiviruses gokd for? Typing from my iphone fak!
     
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    Making money to their owners. There 's no technical way for any antivirus to be effective, sorry.
     
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    Get in safe mode and run scan - malware bytes is good.

    -be ware though, some viruses will mess up your system after a scan tries to remove them.

    If that doesn't work, try system restore - it will only revert system settings not your personal data.

    If that doesn't work, get a bit more technical - run hjt of you understand it or msconfig- unless it's very suffisticated, the virus will be somewhere in your startup items - if you don't recognise any items be careful, best thing to do is google every single one, until you find the virus - then rather than unchecking the item, go to it's physical location and rename it - this will stop it from being run at next boot (I normally apend the name with a few x's.
    --chances are the suspect file will be in local settings or appdata or similar.

    If your still stuck after all that, post back and if I have time I'll help.
     
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    So how do you protect your computer and what do u do when u get them?!
     
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    Yes you can save them off just make sure once you're clean that you scan them with a good antivirus before putting them back. Never click on a link especially a prompt. They can make those look like anything you would normally click on.

    Good luck.

     
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    Common sense. Do not run any executable that comes from untrusted source. Do not use cracks. If you must run a program you can't verify, do it inside a virtual machine. Do not open "pics" someone sent you on chat - they can be executables disguised as pics. Learn to recognize what 's an executable and what 's not.

    When you get them, it 's only a matter of luck if they can be removed - and you 'll never be sure. Trojans are not meant to make noise, they are designed to make your computer a slave.
     
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    Sandboxie isn't 100% foolproof either, but it's a good idea to open any files in that first as well.
     
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  19. senior

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    I use virtualbox machines and run everything from the virtual machines. Once you have a good one set up for your machine with proper drivers and the like, it's simple to make a clone for each thing you may want to run. It also helps you sort out what sources are giving you software with trojans etc.
     
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    You need to use a boot CD to get rid of it. Yes, technically there are some trojans harder to remove than others, but I have never been unable to remove a common trojan from my PC. The real killers are trojans that are made quietly and are rare enough they fly under the radar.
     
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