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Cleaned off trojans but concerned there is still something nasty on system

Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by AussieDreamer, Nov 3, 2011.

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  1. AussieDreamer

    AussieDreamer Thread Starter

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    Hello,

    My computer was recently infected with Exploit.Java.CVE-2010-0840.df and Trojan-Downloader.Java.OpenConnection.er Kaspersky deleted and disinfected these. However, I am concerned there is still something on my computer. Firefox browser which has always worked perfectly is constantly "not responding", going slow, freezing, crashing, multiple windows opening up etc.

    I have uninstalled and reinstalled Firefox with no effect.
    I have run MalWare Bytes and Spybot and system is clean.
    Subsequent Kaspersky full scans are clean.
    I attach the hijackthis log.
    I did not download the DDs to scan my system because Kaspersky came up with a warning that actually said "DDs doesn't do squat all" (bit strange) and also gave a yellow high danger rating.

    Would really appreciate if someone could have a look at this for me. Haven't been infected by anything in some years. Thank you.

    Fran

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    RAM: 4087 Mb
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    dvk01 Moderator Malware Specialist

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    If you want help then follw the sticky advice & download & run DDS
    HJT shows about 10% of what we need to see & DDS shows a lot more and we will need to see a gmer report with this one as well please
     
  3. AussieDreamer

    AussieDreamer Thread Starter

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    Hi Derek,

    Thanks so much for speedy reply. Much appreciated. I did follow the sticky but Kaspersky was giving a scary warning when I went to run DDS the first time. So this time I ignored it and DDS files are now attached. I didn't attach the gmr report as I have a 64bit system and the sticky says it can only be used for 32bit systems. Hope that is okay.

    Fran
     

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    dvk01 Moderator Malware Specialist

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    Nothing obviously wrong there
    try running FF in FF safe mode in case it is a dodgy or damaged extention causing the problems
    http://support.mozilla.com/en-US/kb/Safe Mode

    However I see multiple reports of bugs, crashes and weird behaviour with FF 6 & 7 with no known cause, except those versions of FF are buggy
     
  5. AussieDreamer

    AussieDreamer Thread Starter

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    Hi Derek,

    Thanks so much for your help in checking the logs. Good to know my computer is clean. At least I now definitely know it is a problem with firefox and I will investigate myself further. Bye.

    Fran
     
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