suspect hidden virus.. multiple scan?

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  1. Raven_X

    Raven_X Registered Member

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    hello.
    is there any multiple scan out there that is better then HitMan Pro ?

    I want to scan my PC since it's so slow and sometimes the Internet not working for hours and i suspect it can be some virus or backdoor that is causing this!!
     
  2. whitedragon551

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    Try a bootable AV rescue CD or you can try Dr. Web CureIt.
     
  3. Nevis

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    i dont think anything could scan faster than hitman pro , what were ur results
     
  4. Raven_X

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    ok maybe not faster but better detection.. so is there any other then Hitman Pro ?

    :doubt:
     
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    Ok..for this case just get fileassasin and delete the hosts file reboot and see if u get your internet back..
     
  6. dr pan k

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    i would recommend a cross scan with 2-3 products. MBAM, SAS, and DRWEB cureit. only problem is that it will take several hours. u could try in safe mode too and if u still aint convinced try also some ARK, lets say RKU or GMER.
     
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    combofix, LSPfixer, DRweb and Gmer. You could also try EAM. Taking a look at your running process and making sure nothing odd if running.
     
  9. Victek

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    Download/run Kaspersky TDSSkiller. It's very fast and it will find and kill the TDSS rootkit. You definitely want to be sure you don't have it.
     
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    Sardu Boot CD is also an option link.
    Combining AVG, Avira, BitDefender, Dr Web, F-Secure, G-DATA, Kaspersky, Panda and VirusBlokAda Linux Boot CD's in one, easy to burn, package.
    (A reinstall will be safer and faster though).
     
  11. TheKid7

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    If you decide to reinstall, I would recommend to first do a zero write to all hard drive sectors, partition, format and then install the Operating System. That way you know that you are clean.
     
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