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Can anyone check this Comofix Log?  Might need a script

Posted on 2010-11-23
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Hi All,

We have a Windows XP Pro SP3 machine that seems to have a bad infection.  It gets constant pop-ups and fake AV messages.  Combofix ran and didn't seem to remove it.  Hitmanpro hasn't done much good either.  Working on an MBAM log to post next.  

Would appreciate it if anyone can help review and perhaps get a custom CF script written if needed.

Thanks!
ComboFix.txt
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Also try renaming combofix.exe to something else like cf.com and run it then if that makes any difference.

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Hi Sudeep, Combofix is able to run but it just doesn't seem to fix the problem.  Can try with a rename anyway.
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Also try the TDSSKiller as suggested earlier.

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Thanks, already running now.  Will post back soon.
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TDSSKiller says no infection found.  Definitely still there though, getting constant pop-ups from fake AV's, etc.
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are you able to update the MBAM? If you do them log into safe mode and do the full system scan

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Well it took multiple passes in MBAM and SAS, along with Combofix and CCleaner, but the machine is now giving a clean result in all scans.  Thx!
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