NOD32 did not detect/clean Trojan

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus' started by bdgiant, Jun 19, 2009.

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  1. bdgiant

    bdgiant Registered Member

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    Did a scan in normal mode and safe mode w/ NOD32. Ad-Aware keeps detecting six win32Trojan.tdss viruses...NOD32 missed them.

    Whatever it is, it redirects my yahoo searches to a "Miva AK" page...Google works fine.

    It won't let me open Spybot S&D, ComboFix, or several other malware detection/removal programs. I even tried renaming them, but no luck.

    I tried TREDMicro House Call internet malware detection. It found it, but couldn't fix it.

    There are about half a dozen 'temp' files that will not be deleted.

    How do I fix this?
     
  2. The Hammer

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    Have you used SysInspector and contacted Eset support?
     
  3. YeOldeStonecat

    YeOldeStonecat Registered Member

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    Can you get MalwareBytes installed, updated, and run a scan in with it in safe mode?

    or if not, slave this hard drive in another computer and scan it with malwarebytes and Antivir.
     
  4. bdgiant

    bdgiant Registered Member

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    SKYNET

    It turns out that my computer had a variation of the Skynet virus. I took several avenues to finally delete it.

    An after thought. I purchased NOD32 because a few years ago, it was to be the best anti-virus software with 100% detection/cleaning capabilities. I hope they can work out this weakness in there programing. Through research, many others have had trouble with this same virus.
     
  5. ASpace

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    Re: SKYNET

    That's nasty malware . Hopefully you have managed to kill it. :thumb:
     
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