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Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by cieciecristal, Apr 8, 2010.

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    Okay. I screwed up and clicked on a link in a facebook message. I am currently running AVAST and had not upgraded until after I got hit with the virus. Does anyone know how to get rid of this nasty thing? I can only resore to the point when I did actually update the AVAST and no where before that. I have tried removing some files. AVAST upgrade found the virus, but can't do anything with it because it can't find part of the file. Suddenly in my Local Temp files a file pops in called dosvoko.bat. I delete it and it comes back when I reboot. It never popped in that folder before now. This is a very pesky problem. If anyone knows how to get rid of it, please let me know. I promise to never click on a link like that again. Thank you in advance.
     
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    hitin.php seems to be a part of this virus as well as hitin[2] and COde=4db12f something something and bill106.exe. Also, xjis.nls in System32, but when you delete that file, it comes back immediately. This is a crazy thing....Please someone share your knowledge with me. Okay, I am fighting it again, so I have to log off now.
     
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