Olmarik Rootkit STILL not removed

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus' started by wbierman, Nov 10, 2011.

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  1. wbierman

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    What version were you using and did you submit it to Eset?
     
  3. trjam

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    version 5 will take care of this.
     
  4. Marcos

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    Did you use the stand-alone Olmarik remover?
     
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    i don`t think he did...i was infected with olmarik (probably a year back)and the stand-alone tool helped me...don`t know what AV was using back then
     
  6. wbierman

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    The stand-alone tool said that I was not infected with it. I even ran it from a WinPE environment. And this is the latest version of the business edition of NOD32 (which is still version 4).

    Edit: this was an MBR infection. There was no file to submit. Is there some way to submit my entire MBR for analysis?
     
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    NOTE - I have just had the same experience with my daughters laptop. ESET 4 would report the Olmarik infection. I tried both of the stand alone Olmarik removers and both reported that the computer was NOT infected. I downloaded the Kapersky TDSSKiller tool and it found a Pihar infection which it cured. Unfortunately there isn't a log I can send you.
     
  9. Marcos

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    Was Olmarik actually found in MBR or in memory?
     
  10. chillin

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    In my case the ESET warning was an in memory infection.
     
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