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  1. #1
    ecotom Guest

    Default Trojan keeps coming back - Trojan-PSW.Win32



    Two variants on this keep reappearing in my scans:

    Inspecting the quarantine shows:

    Trojan-PSW.Win32.WOW.amy - 1 in quarantine 4 days, 1 in quarantine 3 days

    Trojan-PSW.Win32.WOW.amz - 1 in quarantine 2 days

    <a target="_blank"></a><a target="_blank">Trojan-PSW.Win32.Nilage.cbq </a>- 1 in quarantine 2 days, 1 in quarantine 0 days

    Googling them, I've not found any clues about them online. Only a few listings on some asian sites. Anyone know what might be going on?

    Thanks!

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

  2. #2
    flyyourway Guest

    Default Re: Trojan keeps coming back - Trojan-PSW.Win32

    First you may need to scan when it gets deleted or quarantined you may also then have to disable your system restore.But theyre is alot od info on google here is one link http://www.viruslist.com/en/viruses/...virusid=109496

    Good luck and let us know if this resolves your problem

  3. #3
    naivemelody Guest

    Default Re: Trojan keeps coming back - Trojan-PSW.Win32

    As mentioned by FlyYourWay - see/ click here &gt;
    http://www.viruslist.com/en/viruses/...virusid=109496 You may have to keep the system restore disabled - while you disinfecting/ quarantining.<hr>If your PC is already infested with spyware and adware, resist the temptation to succumb to impulse buys of anti-spyware products that you see on the Net, esp. those included in the &quot;rogue/suspect&quot; list on this page or advertised on Google. Instead, you can get help online from a corps of savvy volunteers who specialize in busting spyware.

    To get help with a spyware infestation:<div align="center">1. Clean your PC as best you can


    <p align="center">Download and run one (or some) of these free anti-spyware scanners and remove whatever spyware and adware it finds.
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    </a>SUPERAntiSpyware<div align="center">Click here for more options &gt; http://forums.zonelabs.org/zonelabs/...d=48378#M48378<p align="center">You should also scan and clean your computer with whatever anti-virus program you happen to have installed on your computer. If you don't have an anti-virus program, you can scan your computer with one of these online anti-virus scanners:<div align="center"><a href="http://www.**bleep**.com/scan/license.php" target="_blank">Bit* De*Fend*er
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    </a><p align="center">... or download and run one of these free standalone virusremoval tools:<div align="center">A*v*a*s*t! Virus Cleaner<a href="http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/forum22.html" target="_blank">

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    2.
    <p align="center">Visit a spyware removal forum &lt;&lt;&lt;<div align="center">


    <p align="center">Once you've cleaned your PC as best you can, visit one of the following spyware removal forums:<div align="center">SpywareInfo<a href="http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/forum22.html" target="_blank">
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    </a>Bleeping Computer<a href="http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/forum22.html" target="_blank">



    </a>Spyware Warrior<a href="http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/forum22.html" target="_blank">
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    </a>Cexx.org<p align="center">TomCoyote<a href="http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/forum22.html" target="_blank">
    </a><div align="center"><hr><div align="center">Follow the instructions for posting a HijackThis! log<div align="center">Most of the above forums will request that you post a HijackThis! log. HijackThis! (HJT) is a free program that will scan key system settings on your PC and generate a plain text log that you can copy and paste into a post. The volunteers at the above forums will examine that HJT log and recommend a course of action to fix your PC. HijackThis! can be downloaded from HERE<a href="http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/forum22.html" target="_blank">.
    </a><p align="center">Each forum has its own set of instructions and procedures for requesting help and posting a HJT log, so abide by the requirements of the forum you're visiting. Also, do not attempt to use HJT on your own to fix problems. Let one of the expert volunteers examine your HJT log and advise you on what to fix.<div align="center"><hr><div align="center">The FIRST thing to do is DISABLE System Restore.
    If enabled, this allows malware to hide in the computer and re-install itself. To disable it, RIGHT-click on &quot;My Computer.&quot; Select &quot;Properties&quot; then under the 'System Restore' tab, check 'Turn off system restore' IF not already checked.<hr><div align="center">[ If you're PC is squeaky clean, re-enable system restore because it IS good to have but we needed to shut it off to wipe out the malware.
    Just RIGHT-click on &quot;My Computer.&quot; Select &quot;Properties&quot; then under the 'System Restore' tab, UN-check &quot;Turn off system restore.&quot; ]<hr>
    The next most helpful things that would help you are to use ONLINE scanners from websites to remove any malware on your PC.<div align="center">
    <div align="center">FYI: ALL these scans require you to agree to a EULA and install an activex control which is needed to perform the scan, so agree to them all.)<div align="center">
    <div align="center">http://www.kaspersky.com/virusscanner<div align="center">
    http://www.emsisoft.com/en/software/ax/ (A-squared scanner)<div align="center">
    <div align="center">http://www.ewido.net/en/onlinescan/ (ewido)<div align="center">
    <div align="center">http://www.ca.com/us/securityadvisor/pes... (Spyware scan)<div align="center">
    <div align="center">http://www.ca.com/us/securityadvisor/vir... (Virus scan)<div align="center">
    <div align="center">http://www.pandasecurity.com/homeusers/s... (Panda Antivirus)<div align="center">
    <div align="center">http://www.housecall.trendmicro.com/ (TrendMicro)<div align="center">
    <div align="center">http://www.eset.com/onlinescan/ (Nod32)<div align="center">
    <div align="center">http://support.f-secure.com/enu/home/ols... (F-secure)<div align="center"><hr>You want to try this service where they will scan
    with more than a dozen
    different anti-virus/malware scanners on your file. See/ click here &gt;&gt;&gt;
    http://www.virustotal.com/sobre.html

    - VirusTotal<hr><div align="center">See/ click here &gt; http://forums.zonelabs.org/zonelabs/...d=48378#M48378<div align="center">You may want to consider getting something like Webroot SpySweeper - it will cost and offers better protection than most of the &quot;free&quot; anti-spyware that has been discussed. It is important to get &quot;only the plain anti-spyware version - not the one integrated with anti-virus, nor get the free firewall - of course.&quot;<div align="center"><hr>If these are new virus variants -
    anti-virus software vender's are &quot;in the process for detecting and properly quarantining them.&quot; Kaspersky av - has often been noted for being a &quot;quick detector of new strains and quick to release signatures&quot; - so it looks like your ZA Suite is on the job; but not finished.<hr>:0NaiveMelody NYC 3-17-08 - Crazy Train - Ozzy Osbourne




    Message Edited by NaiveMelody on 03-23-2008 07:51 PM

  4. #4
    ecotom Guest

    Default Re: Trojan keeps coming back - Trojan-PSW.Win32

    Wow (not the game). That is a lot to try out. Speaking of WoW, I am not an online gamer. But I will try turning off the system restore and doing a ZA scan. If that doesn't do it, I will start to drill through the additional solutions you
    suggested. Thanks
    p.s. I have been having a problem with Outlook intermittently where Outlook fails to be able to access the Word editor and Word documents appear blank. Could be related. Stay tuned.

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