One of my PCs keeps getting infected with malware.
I had big problems getting rid of the xp2011 and something called whitesmoke
the xp2011 seems to have gone after I ran rkill and then malwarebytes. There were 765 infections.
In the last 24 hours whitesmoke has come back twice. Each time I have had to run malabytes which has found 555 or so infections.
I amrunning eset as my antiq virus.
The only clue is that I have been using gmail on that machine.
What can I do now?
I have seen several references to TDSSKiller automatically finding and removing this infection.
It just never seems to be a good idea to tell someone to go mucking around in the registry - ever - unless
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