After booting up on the morning of April 2, I noticed that my system tray was only half-full. One of the items missing was ZA Security Suite icon. (I am running version 8.0.059.000)
So, I manually ran ZASS from the Start menu, and then ran the Ultra Deep Virus/Spy Scan. It detected & deleted the trojan "Win32.Trojan.Crypt.XPACK.Gen" and the virus "Exploit.Java.ByteVerify". The Firewall logged eight high UDP Incoming events between 3/31-4/2.
However, my PC still acts odd. For example:
1. After each bootup, the system tray is still missing items like ZASS, even though it is listed in MSCONFIG's Startup tab (which responds correctly when I check or uncheck "Load ZASS at startup" in ZASS's "Preferences" menu.) After bootup, Zlclient.exe is also missing from Windows Task Manager "Processes" tab, so it isn't a Windows system tray error.
2. Starting my email program Eudora now causes ZASS to pop-up a permission window, saying "Eudora is trying to launch Ctfmon.exe"
Does this sound like I am still infected? I ran the Conficker detector from both Microsoft & **bleep**, and they both said "not infected".
Operating System:Windows XP Home Edition
Product Name:ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite