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Infected With Backdoor Clt Worm (most Likely)

Goran this is not supposed to be in Windows XP at all, it is the WinME Windows update. I would like to recommend SpyHunter to everyone.
-David, NY, USA

Your program saves me a lot of time trying to Remove for everything. ORACLE Turning off automatic updates would not turn it off on min e. I had scanned after deleting the song and found no more virus, then today after getting the computer back from the shop found the virus was now in my C\WINNT\system32\nt32.ini file.. check over here

I ran a scan of all the files I have had "added" to my computer since the earliest date on the files listed {8/10}. This file is 165 Kb, and wuauclt.exe is 112 Kb. So don't turn it back on just go get XP SP3 manualy. To keep it from running do the following run- services.msc- Automatic Updates- Startup Type- Disable.

The virus payload, the end product of the computer virus, can be something harmless it can be as simple as displaying a message, or something very serious it could fully reformat As the adware can cause serious damages to the computer once it is left in the computer for a long time, and these unexpected damages include system crash, blue screen errors The hide window error was the most irratating I have ever seen.

The negative about this is, if u let the virus install it self, its almost impossible to kill its roots. Ken Bour [email protected] 09/01/02 I got hit with this Trojan also. When you view the Task Manager, it should say "SYSTEM" for user name. What service pack level are you at before and after you are infected?

Filename is an abbreviation of "Windows Automatic Update Client" AJ I have pop add problems, after every Internet Explorer window open I will have a pop ad. dumbasses Bubblegoose I had this file in prefetch and i deleted it. Gabriel Fernandez The file is both, Dangerous and Safe. why not try these out Which means it would be perfect for, oh, I don't know, pushing huge files, mp3s, images and the like into say, an IRC channel.

someone else may feel like following up .. The only reason I even began looking into all of this was because random ads started appearing on my screen for diplomas and crap -- the kind of stuff you find The size of the file that is supposed to be deleted is 122 kb.. God damn microsoft crap.

All of them have the same functionality, but some are packed. http://www.neuber.com/taskmanager/process/wuauclt.exe.html I put in the CD and they were automatically restored. This is done in quiet mode. 6. Every time this happens, wuauclt is running.

I flushed the prfetch cache, and rebooted 2 times, and it has cleared the problem. check my blog Add these, and everything should now be fixed with "workgroup" networking. I don't have internet for some reason now. Setup security log, at minimum, log successful and failed Logon/Logoff., and monitor the event logs. ++ More details: Infection: registry entries - Hkey local machine\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run, remove "taskmngr.exe" (this starts mirc client

i'm know i hadn't installed anything, so i got rid of it as well. Is there anyone out there that can explain in layman terms what I need to do in order to get rid of this virus? Rumors are that Win32/TrojanDownloader.Small.CLT worms into a computer through vulnerability in Adobe PDF creator, Acrobat and Java program. http://tagnabit.net/infected-with/infected-with-unknown-trojan-worm-backdoor.php That will stop all the issues with wuauclt.exe.

In the registry I found this taskmngr.exe file now set to run everytime I booted. Survey: ++ What's your infected Operating System? The key name is exefile\shell\open\command and it is associated with the worm file (FILES32.VXD file that was created in the Windows system folder).

This is in the part 2 of my analysis. 3.

Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. I am operating Win2000 and have a cable modem. Kyle Lai [email protected] 11/14/02 Randy, If you still have the ocxdll.exe file, please send it to me at [email protected] io Part of Windows new updater for SP2.

Just disable it! but as soon as i started auto-updates, this process appeared in taskman.... Jump to content Sign In Create Account Search Advanced Search section: This topic Forums Members Help Files Calendar View New Content Forum Rules BleepingComputer.com Forums Members Tutorials Startup List have a peek at these guys The removal instructions WILL remove the trojan. ++ Impact: ++ This may be a random attack.

A program called TUT will suspend, terminate and delete it. Rizwan Shah Any time my computer was freezing up/crashing, Task Manager shows wuauclt.exe as the programme that's "Not Responding". Was mine a cut down version or are these files there with alternate names? Dave it doesnt effect your computer other than update it, if system update is on then u cant close it other than turning off system updates dag My friend has problem

I followed Kyle's (Thanks) instructions for removing and have removed all the files mentioned above and restored user rights assignment for the Network. The virus that looks like wuauclt.exe is wuaucIt.exe. Illuminati This file is Windows XP sp2 update. This file is part of the windows updater, however, when you turn off the automatic update, it keeps running.

A computer virus is a small program that has the ability to duplicate itself, just like a real virus hence the name, also just like a biological virus it must have It will appear again after you delete it. file is infected with trojan.irc bounce. Does anyone know if this item, found in my registry has virus potential?

I don't and wouldn't trust it.