I have a problem with (Trojan-clicker.html.iframe.sy)
When the virus reaches the opening pages that are supposed safe
I am connected to a lan
[Is there a way to stop this virus from reaching the Computer]
When I click http://img77.imageshack.us/img77/7360/41606892cn4.png Show this message in the site
Knowing there are many warnings ARP
Operating System:Windows XP Pro
Product Name:ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite
Re: I have a problem with (Trojan-clicker.html.iframe.sy)
Please purge (clear) all remnants of the IE6/7 and firefox's (any browser you use) surfing history/temporary files/cookies/etc.
Perform a secondary scan using the following:
1.) Perform a free online scan by visiting b i tdefender.com (connect all the letters). Make sure to use internet explorer in adminstrator mode (right click IE, select Run As Administator, then enter the www.b i tdefender.com link) and follow the prompts as it continues. This will both scan and remove any detected infections (a very good free antivirus/antispyware scan)
2.) Download the FREE home version of Superantispyware by visiting (http://superantispyware.com/superant...freevspro.html), update, and perform a complete scan of your drive
3.) Download the FREE version of A-squared FREE 3.5 by visiting (http://www.emsisoft.com/en/software/download/), update and perform a deep scan of your drive.
4.) Download the FREE version of MalwareBytes by visiting (http://www.malwarebytes.org/) and downloading the latest version.
5.) Update ZA-ISS, physically disconnect your computer from the internet, and reboot into SAFE MODE WITH NETWORKING. Load up ZA-ISS and perform a complete scan.
The IFrame-troyan is gaining more popularity recently (I had a similar one a few months ago, as well as another gentleman a few weeks back). It comes about because of some infection in a normal site (I was looking at athletic gear, he was looking at benches/stools).
If the infection is not gone with the above brute force techniques, then i suggest downloading HiJack This! by trend micro and posting your log onto www.bleepingcomputer.com, www.castlecops.com, or www.geekstogo.com (experts at handling deep-rooted malware)