NOD32 virus alert

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by kazek, Dec 9, 2007.

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  1. kazek

    kazek Registered Member

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    For starters I cannot access my registry editor. That's probably why I installed NOD32 in the first place. Am running out of options.

    This is the alert that keeps appearing:

    Everytime I open any program the alert appears.

    I don't know whether to delete the file so I keep copying it to quarantine but that doesn't solve the problem. This thing has been bugging me for at least 2 days now

    Also when I did an automatic scan NOD32 found these babies..
    When I chose to clean, NOD32 asks me if I want to delete the files



    Another problem I have is with fake alerts...Which am assuming are because of the above..

    I keep getting the message:

     
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  2. kazek

    kazek Registered Member

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    So far I've been able to enable Registry editing and Task Manager. And even the fake alert looks like it is gone.

    I used SuperAntiSpyware as someone in another thread suggested.

    But still getting the threat Detected alerts whenever I run/open any program.

    for example:

    The above happened when I opened iTunes and happens when I open any other program

    And then this one when I opened the C:\WINDOWS folder:

    Sometimes It's

    I can see the file iemon.exe in my WINDOWS folder but I don't know whether it's unimportant or important. Should I delete it.
     
  3. Kosak

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    Hi!

    First use this utility (sorry, guide is in czech) => http://www.viry.cz/forum/viewtopic.php?t=16475

    If it don't help to solve "Warning! Potential Spyware Operation!" problem, you will have to use another utilities (Avenger, ComboFix and HijackThis), because you have to delete records in registry, too (for another malware removing too). But here logs can't be uploaded, so I can help you by e-mail.

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  4. kazek

    kazek Registered Member

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    I solved the warning issue but what about the other problem using Hijack This and SuperAntiSpyware

    Another thing is, what exactly do I do when NOD32 finds a trojan or infected file and asks me whether to delete it or not.
     
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  5. Kosak

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    Files must be deleted. Contact me by private message.

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  6. lucas1985

    lucas1985 Retired Moderator

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    Delete it, it's malicious.
     
  7. kazek

    kazek Registered Member

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    What about sol852.txt ?
     
  8. lucas1985

    lucas1985 Retired Moderator

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    See here :)
     
  9. Bubba

    Bubba Updates Team

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    As you have another thread ongoing with assistance concerning this issue, We'll bring this thread to a close and continue in the thread lucas1985 provided a link for.

    Bubba
     
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