Infected and NOD 32 not detect

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus' started by vickarma, Jul 9, 2009.

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  1. vickarma

    vickarma Registered Member

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    Hello,

    I have a folder on my hard disk called C:\RECYCLER.

    Inside this folder I have a file called 3ystem.exe that I can remove.

    Eset NOD32 doesn't detect anything, but with other programs I can ensure I'm infected with Worm.Win32.AutoRun.evy

    What can I do to solve my problem, because I don't want to change my anti-virus, I was so happy with it until now.

    Thanks for all!!!
     
  2. Biscuit

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    It is preferable not to rely on a single security package. You could consider running both Nod & Prevx3 together. In my experience, Nod is not good enough to run on it's own.

    To clean your virus infection(s), download & run Malwarebytes from http://www.malwarebytes.org/mbam.php
     
  3. vickarma

    vickarma Registered Member

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    Thanks for your answer.
    Is there an special application to solve only this problemo_O
     
  4. nonoise

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    did you try safe mode? you can try with MoveOnBoot
     
  5. aerialrave

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  6. bradtech

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    Please submit the copy to the ESET labs. There is nothing that can detect everything..
     
  7. aerialrave

    aerialrave Registered Member

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    ^How about my question? :]
     
  8. Cudni

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    what av detected it on your screenshot? if nod detects it will possibly not give it the same name
     
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