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  1. #1
    hdater Guest

    Default DcomRpc.exploit



    ZL anti virus quarantined two instances of this virus, and left three instances
    with the message "No treatment available".


    I ran the utility suggested, ClnPoza.
    Apparently this did not do anything, because the virus is still in the machine.

    Symptoms:

    Machine has slowed down

    My email account that accesses IMAP mail and IMAP folders is so slow as to be unusable.


    Any ideas?

    Thanks,
    H Dater




    Operating System:Windows XP Pro x64
    Product Name:ZoneAlarm Antivirus

  2. #2

    Default Re: DcomRpc.exploit

    I assume you found thishttp://www3.ca.com/securityadvisor/v....aspx?id=36265
    Have you done any spyware scans lately?

  3. #3
    hdater Guest

    Default Re: DcomRpc.exploit

    On a daily basis I run AdAware, Spybot, and Zone Labs spyware detection programs.
    They all find stuff and delete it, but none of them find this particular issue.

    I have run the utility CA has on their site, to no avail.
    Further, the only way I found this infection was by using Zone Labs virus detection at the byte level.
    Normal searches do not seem to find it.

    Short of rebuilding the machine I am running out of options as far as removing this junk is concerned, but I really do not want to take that step.

    Thanks.

  4. #4

    Default Re: DcomRpc.exploit

    Try Ewido anti-spyware at www.ewido.com

  5. #5
    thechod Guest

    Default Re: DcomRpc.exploit

    ive got the excact same problem and yes zone labs found it at bit level as well and ca utility did not find it.
    what did you do to get rid of it??


  6. #6
    thechod Guest

    Default Re: DcomRpc.exploit

    ive got the excact same problem and yes zone labs found it at bit level as well and ca utility did not find it.
    what did you do to get rid of it??

  7. #7
    hdater Guest

    Default Re: DcomRpc.exploit

    I located the infected files (in my case they were the auto update files from Norton), and manually deleted them.



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