Trojan Nilage.apx ewido-anti spy

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DonJapan

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I have a reoccuring problem. When I cold boot I get the following Trojan detected by ewido anti spy ware.

Nilage.apx this is located in System Volume info and System32.dms.dll

Prior to this I also ran AVG anti virus at this time there were no viruses detected. However, I had problems detected in the past. This was when I cold booted.

For about two weeks I have not cold booted the system.

I started to save messages in the “AVG virus vault” since the 12th, January.

The file in AVG virus vault can not be copied, or I do not know how to do it: they are below.


So I believe,that there is a file in the cold start program that adds the Trojan horse to activate if I go online.

AVG firus vault info:
Filename - Partial Path - Discovery

jbhook.dll - Windows\system32 - Trojan horsePSW.Generic2.TLV
A0053194.exe – System Volume Information\_restore{7… - Trojan horse Back Door.Agent.DEO
A0053251.exe – System Volume Information\_restore{7… - Trojan horse PSW.Generic2.TLV
A0053204.exe – System Volume Information\_restore{7… - Trojan horse PSW.Generic2.ACBM
A0053236.exe – System Volume Information\_restore{7… - Trojan horse PSW.Generic2ACBM
A0053238.exe – System Volume Information\_restore{7… - Trojan horse PSW.Generic2ACBM
A0053245.exe – System Volume Information\_restore{7… - Trojan horse PSW.Generic2ACBM
wwww.exe - Windows\system32 - Trojan horsePSW. Generic2ACBM
A0053391.exe – System Volume Information\_restore{7… - Trojan horse PSW.Generic2ACBM


I also tried to restore my settings to three or four prior dates in December, This function was not allowed.
 
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