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#1 EJ Brussels

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Posted 08 September 2009 - 09:34 PM

Hi, I am using BD Internet Security 2008 with Vista Ultimate

Here is what I get on my BD Journal report

Objet :
C:\Users\Edmond Jaspers\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5\H3GWAQGW\reusableShell[1].swf
Menace : Trojan.SWF.IFrame.Gen
Etat final : Aucune action possible...

How to get rid of this virus ?

Many thanks in advance

Edmond

#2 Alex Stanciu

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Posted 10 September 2009 - 06:31 PM

Hello EJ Brussels,

Please try to remove these files using a special tool called GMER. Here is what you have to do :

1. Disable the BitDefender real-time protection and/or any other active security solution(s) that you are using;
2. Save the GMER tool (and then extract it if needed) to a location of your choice:
RECOMMENDED: http://www.gmer.net/download.php
alternative: http://www.bitdefend...se/file/gmr.zip
3. Make sure you close all active applications and then run the tool;
4. Allow the tool a few moments to load up and perform the initial scan;
5. In the upper left of the GMER window, you will see the tab "Rootkit/Malware" and ">>>"; Please click on ">>>"; Next click on the tab "Files";
6. Use the tree list on the left to browse and the list on the right to locate the infected file(s):
C:\Users\Edmond Jaspers\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5\H3GWAQGW\reusableShell[1].swf

7. Once you located the file select it with one click (in the list on the right), then press the button "Delete"; A new window will open asking you to confirm (choose "Yes");
8. Close the tool once this operation is completed;
9. Reboot the computer.

In order to check whether the virus removal procedure has succeeded, we recommend another complete scan of your computer with BitDefender.

Thank you .




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