How to remove Olmark.ju trojan ?

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  1. noddy2

    noddy2 Registered Member

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    How may I remove the Olmark.ju trojan?

    ESET cannot remove, clean or quarantine it.

    Thank you.
     
  2. Marcos

    Marcos Eset Staff Account

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    Are you using v4? What error do you get when EAV is trying to clean it?
     
  3. amdc

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    I have the same problem, any help?

    Thank U....
     
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  4. Marcos

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    If you have a rootkit active in the system, the most reliable method for removing it is by booting from a clean media (e.g. a rescue cd) and running a full system scan from the clean media.
     
  5. tipo

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    or just using combofix from www.bleepingcomputer.com
    i had a nasty rootkit that poped up a message in russian and tried malwarebytes, kaspersky, superantispyware, hitman pro (a squared, avira, nod32, g data, prevx), gmer, panda antirootkit, flashlight....nothing found it. combofix got rid of it.... in this casses i think it is the best. even in safemode that russian message poped up. :thumb: :thumb: :thumb: COMBOFIX
     
  6. OTP Frodo

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    I had olimark.rf, ESET advised my to run malwarebytes then combofix, that was the ticket. The .RF version was infection ATAPI.SYS. There was a rootkit involved.

    -Joe
     
  7. ESS3

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IgOKCC2lAMw
    :)
     
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