Trojan.Vundo.B

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus' started by pifive, Jun 29, 2008.

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  1. pifive

    pifive Registered Member

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    My computer got infected with the Trojan.Vundo.B the sad part of the story is that I use NOD32.. and I have sway so many people to make the change to NOD32 that I thought was the best A/V out there. Well it happens that I ran online a/v scanners on my pc from symantec, kaspersky and trend micro only to find by each of them that I was infected with this Trojan Vundo.B . To my surprise my AV did no work and I am shocked. I run Vista in it and is always up to date. I ran the av scan and doesnt found anything?/

    Now the most important question of all.. WHAT HAPPENED? Do i am spending my money in the wrong Antivirus software?

    Anybody can help me find some light on this?...

    I tried the Virtumonde removal tool online and it seems it says is removed but I continue having several pop ups.

    I guess Ill have to do a clean restore.

    Thanks any body who can help me on this..

    Pifive
     
  2. Kosak

    Kosak Registered Member

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    Hello!

    Did you try this tool? If yes, send please log from ESET SysInspector to me or support[at]eset.com.

    Virtumonde/Vundo has got many new variants every day, so there is space for miss the sample.
     
  3. Fajo

    Fajo Registered Member

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    NO AV is 100% ;) some slip thur the cracks. just like some would get past other AV's and not this one. Eset is Awesome AV just sometimes it cant get them all. :doubt:
     
  4. pifive

    pifive Registered Member

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    thanks all for proper response.

    @Kosak

    I did run it but now that I am investigating I did not run that tool on safe mod. So maybe thats why i keep getting the annoying pop ups. I will try that tonight for sure.

    @Fajo

    True.. I started using NOD32 years ago.. before even the company was known like it is today so I truly believe in the software. Never have had nothing to complain just until this point.

    If I encounter the problem again I will send to ESET.

    Thanks all again,.
     
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