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When I click Local Disk(C,D,E,F,G) any one of these in my computer it shows a critical message written '' C: esycledoot.com is not a valid Win32 Application''. while exploring my computer All the local Disks shows their contents..what should I do sir ?

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This malicious software is dropped onto the system by Trojan-Dropper:W32/Agent.FLN. It is used to change the DNS settings on a system so that information such as passwords and credit card details can be retrieved.

Installation

During installation, this malware creates the following files:

  • c:autorun.inf
    contains the autostart routine for c:
    esycledoot.com
  • c:
    esycledoot.com
    detected as Trojan:W32/DNSChanger.ARNF

It also creates this directory:

  • c:
    esycled

Execution

Once installed, this malware attempts to connect to a website via HTTP POST:

  • http://94.247.2.104/[...]/generator

It is capable of changing the DNS settings in the machine to:

  • 85.255.115.237
  • 85.255.112.201.
Go here and download,update and run this anti malware program.
http://www.download.com/Malwarebytes-Anti-Malware/3000-8022_4-10804572.html

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Resycled/boot.com is a worm/trojan.DNSchanger that propagates on local fixed and removable USB drives. resycled/boot.com may infect drives via autorun.inf file it created that runs a command each time the drive is accessed. Malicious files will be copied to a drives attached on infected computer
http://www.tech-archive.net/Archive/WinXP/microsoft.public.windowsxp.general/2008-11/msg00153.html
Follow this link and do what the artical says to remove and fix. Good Luck. Please rate me thanks.

Posted on Jan 16, 2009

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Your hard disk drive is one of the most important parts of your PC. It's where all your system files, applications and user data is kept. Most people understand the issue of security, the importance of making regular backups of your user data as an insurance policy against hard drive crashes. Few people realise and appreciate the importance of having regular hard disk maintenance which is designed to keep it in good working order.

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