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Posted 28 November 2012 - 13:01
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Posted 29 November 2012 - 04:34
lets just barage it instead of figuring out what it is....because that is what everyone wants, a magic little pill that gets rid of everything. It needs to be done in the following order, do not deviate...well at least don't change the first three as they are the most critical. Reboot as prompted by each scanner (if prompted).
edit: slight change in run order, added ccleaner.
rkill (this kills known malware processes from stopping scanners from running properly)
ccleaner under each profile
tdsskiller (this kills many redirect rootkits)
combofix (you will need to disable or uninstall any resident any antimalware programs like norton antivirus, this kills most other rootkits and some malware)
malwarebytes (this kills malware that aren't rootkits)
superantispyware (this cleans up what the others miss)
and if you so choose or it is still occurring after running all of that.
avira (this can take care of some rootkits missed by the other two root kit removers)
eset online scanner (this puts the final nail in the coffin to malware)