On one of my customer's machine's ESET Smart Security Suite reported an in-memory infection of olmasco.o that it could not clean. I ran the ESET SysRescue disk, and it identified an infection in the boot sector of the drive, but could not clean it. I then booted UBCB4WIN and ran the MBRFix tool to write a new MBR. A re-scan with ESET SysRescue showed that the boot sector is no longer infected, and scans are coming up clean
Here's my question: am I "done" with this infection? Or is there more work to do? If there is more work to be done, where do I go for assistance as this is the primary machine in a doctor's office and he can't be without it for days on end.
The system is Win XP Pro, ESET Smart Security Suite 22.214.171.124, Malwarebytes Pro 1.52
Mahalo for your assistance,