OMBLJGLE.EXE what is this?

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  1. susumuro

    susumuro Registered Member

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    Somehow my computer started to work slowly and the internet frozed. I tried to restart my comp and noticed this strange process. Anyone knows what this thing is? I cannot find it on google. Thanks for any info.
     
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    Hi. Thanks for your reply. Sorry I posted in the wrong place. I have norton AV but obviously it sucks. I found out that I have berbew trojan horse. :( Maybe it's time for me to change all my pass.
     
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    Yes, a very good idea. Looks like this one is a password stealer.

    Since u mentioned u have Nortons installed, have u looked here yet?

    http://www.sarc.com/avcenter/venc/data/backdoor.berbew.k.html

    Was Nortons able to do anything with this Trojan?

    Could u tell us what the full path of the file it is found in is?


    snowbound
     
  5. susumuro

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    mmm...I have Norton AV 2003. I have the latest def. but it cannot find the trojan.

    I tried to scan my comp using the links you gave me (panda and trendmicro) both crashed my comp. Then, I downloaded the spysweeper and it found out that my comp was infected with that trojan. After I cleaned it and reboot, my comp works much faster. The "mysterious process" is also gone. Before that, my comp will crash after online for a while and it would always show that OMBLJGLE.EXE caused it. For the path, sorry I'd deleted all quarantined things already.
     
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