FUvirus.exe

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus' started by jeffcortes, Feb 2, 2009.

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  1. jeffcortes

    jeffcortes Registered Member

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    any one know how to remove this FUvirus.exe
    coz every time i open msconfig FUvirus always run
    disabling my task manager and one thing nod32 cant detect this?

    i cant locate it because it is located on drive c:\windows\sytem32\FUvirus.exe shown on the screen shot.

    my OS system is located at drive d:
     

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  2. funkydude

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  3. jeffcortes

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    i already send the screen shot yesterday. thats why im here at the forum looking for answer. i dont have the sample. i only have the screen shot on my msconfig.
     
  4. funkydude

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    Um... a screenshot isn't going to help anything.

    Submit the file that in the location of your screenshot.

    edit: It might be hidden, makes sure you have hidden files and folders off.
     
  5. jeffcortes

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    but when i browse my system32 FUvirus.exe is not there. i already show hidden files but still no FUvirus.exe found.
     
  6. funkydude

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    Did you check both C and D drives?
     
  7. funkydude

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    If you don't find it, look for files like these

    %CommonDesktopDir%\documents.exe
    %System%\fuvirus.exe
    %Windir%\windows.exe
    c:\inetpub.exe
    c:\inetpub\inetpub.exe
    c:\recycler.exe
    c:\recycler\recycler.exe
    c:\windows.exe

    Use the search if needed to search all your drives.

    If you find one of those (or all) follow the guide above for sending the zipped files.

    edit: I have a feeling nod32 already detects this and has cleaned it from your computer, and those are just remaining registry entries... You should check your nod32 quarantine.
     
  8. jeffcortes

    jeffcortes Registered Member

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    ok thanks maybe im going to check my registry to remove this FU
     
  9. lupin888

    lupin888 Registered Member

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    Hi I'm new here, i'm also infected before by FUvirus as i open my pc it always shows my documents and i cannot open my windows task manager, i'm using also nod32, but when i updated it yesterday it cleaned my pc perfectly, hope this will help!:-*
     
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