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    Default problem with the IISDLL.DLL WORM

    Hi

    There is a popular worm with the name IISDLL.DLL roaming in our network. when it infects our network, then we can't open drives in MY COMPUTER with a double click, but only by rightr click and explore.

    The worm also creates a Autorun.inf file to which when we open it, it calls the IISDLL.DLL file to run. its basically a vbs file.

    im using zonealarm 7 internet security with latest update. it can clean the worm but not the autorun.inf file. bcos of this i can't open the drives in mycomputer with double click.

    can some one help me out to fix this.


    bye
    SAM

    Operating System:Windows XP Pro
    Product Name:ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite
    Software Version:7.0

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    Hi!found this by google... may be it helps: http://www.techtalkz.com/software-tr...dll-error.htmlAnd this:http://www.karthickraghavan.com/2007...d-by-moozilla/And have you tried already to scan your system with ZASS but in SAFE MODE?Fax

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    Oh, well... I see this is an old problem you posted already...So I guess those links will not help you.Sorry,Fax

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    Hi!for the double click problem, I found this:http://www.daniweb.com/techtalkforums/thread68737.htmlCheers,FaxP.S. Otherwise I would recommend a OS reinstall

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    Hi

    This is a old issue only. but not yet solved. my mozilla browser is not hijacked. im sure my windows files are intact and there is no corruption. but the drives in mycomputer doesn't open by doubleclick, instead by right click. im sure its b'cos of the autorun.inf file. that file is not visible in all cases, except when i open my nero burning rom i can see that file and delete it. but its in may locations at \\windows folder. if i delete it in one location, then from a another location its coming up again. i run the full scan it has no traces of IISDLL.DLL worm but there are lot of copies of autorun.inf file. even they are not visible in search and in safe mode.

    i'm 99% sure the windows is not corrupted. if i delete the autorun.inf file then it will be ok. everytime when i try to open the drive it should point a *.inf file which prevents it from opening.

    Now i want to know is there any way i can see all the hiddenfiles, normal folder options and safe mode are not useful as i tried them several times.

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    Hi!Have you alredy followed the instruction in the link I have gave you (previous post)?Fax

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    Hi

    I tried the regedit. seems, the step involving regedit is not necessary. there is no problem with OS and all the files are intact. my mozilla browser once hijacked and i fixed the issue as per your instructions a month before. now i had a hiddenfile in every drive (autorun.inf) which is pointing to a file which actually is not available. the problem started after using the USB drive and since i noticed the sysmptom i formatted the USB drive. everytime before i use the flash drive i scan it thoroughly. now the issue is how to unhide the autorun.inf file. that file is visible when i use nero burning rom and i delete it. after that the drive opens properly by double click. after sometime again that problem cropped up.

    now its cleat there are multiple copies of that hidden INF file in the system. the regular windows search function cann't trace that file. now is there any way to locate that file. is there any online viewer available for this?

    Thank you

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    The best for you is to address the specialists, detaling your original problem and what is happening now...See here:http://www.castlecops.com/f67-Hijack...ans_Oh_My.htmlBut before posting you need to perform these mandatory steps, see here:http://wiki.castlecops.com/Malware_R...tion:_OverviewThey will take care of your problem... Cheers,Fax

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    Hi

    Thanks very much for the reply. The issue is resolved now. i mounted my HDD to a linux based PC and searched the file name autorun.inf, i made a search in each and everydrive. now im able to see all the autorun.inf, i deleted them all. then i connected my HDD to my pc and booted it, now im able to open all the drives. I ran a full system scan and it has no issues now.

    Thank god and many thanks to you.

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    Hi!well, I didn't do much Glad to hear you finally sorted it out.Fax

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