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Solved: autorunme.exe manual removal of virus or SERVCE.EXE removal

Discussion in 'General Security' started by guruganes, Oct 14, 2009.

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  1. guruganes

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    Hi Guys,
    Recently I have gone through a serious virus which is not catchable by updated anti-virus symantec 14 october 2009.
    When i put my pendrive, the system shows autorun.inf deleted. But the underlying virus,
    autorunme.exe exists in location Drive:/RECYCLER\S-1-6-21-2434476501-1644491937-600003330-1213\autorunme.exe.

    Even I delete this virus, this gets automatically generated by itself or recreates itself.
    autorunme.exe is not the actual virus, but it is just a duplicate.

    Then actual underlying virus which triggers autorunme.exe is SERVCE.EXE
    Note SERVCE.EXE is not service.exe or services.exe. It is new named SERVCE.EXE

    Manual removal autorunme.exe process:
    After connecting your pendrives, when it shows the file RECYCLER in hidden state,Open your task manager and end the process SERVCE.EXE

    Now delete the entries Drive:/RECYCLER\S-1-6-21-2434476501-1644491937-600003330-1213\autorunme.exe , Drive:/RECYCLER\S-1-6-21-2434476501-1644491937-600003330-1213\desktop.ini and Drive:/autorun.inf.
    They will not recreate now.

    Then open C:/WINDOWS and find SERVCE.EXE and to be on safe side just make a local copy of file to some other place and delete SERVCE.EXE

    Now even if you restart your computer, since SERVCE.EXE is not running at start up of system, the system is safe and manual removal of virus is complete.

    SERVCE.EXE is the actual culprit. http://static.techguy.org/smilies/biggrin.gif
     
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