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Autorun.inf worm & some cookies.dat hook

I'm on Win XP, SP3 and am pretty sure I have a autorun.inf type worm. In addition to that, there's something that's disabled task manager, regedit, CCLeaner, Avast and worst of all MMC.exe so I can't see my Event logs. Process Explorer tells me every available .exe is either loading or holding onto the "USER\Cookies\Cookies.dat" file as well as a few files in \temp and "Local Settings\Temporary Internet files" which keeps getting repopulated even though I'm not connected to the internet. Hijackthis and ProcExp do not show any strange .exes running but it's definitely residing in memory.
Everytime I insert a protected USB drive, any of the running .exes will generate an error that they could not write to the disk. Also, a lot of applications have started giving R6002 floating point error. Safe mode restarts lead to a blue screen with a chkdsk or a 0x0000007B stop.

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  • pinhuman Sep 30, 2009

    I tried restoring from 1 to 7 days before I discovered the infection. Apparently what entered the system entered before then. And, I can't restart in Safemode anymore. It either shows me a bsod with a CHKDSK recommendation or a 0x0000007B stop error.

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Have you tried restoring to an earlier date? To do that, start the laptop in Safe Mode and let it boot. When the warning screen comes up, click no and you will go into the system restore mode. Go back to a date prior to when you noticed the suspect activity. If that does not help, let me know and we can try something else.

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Slave scan your hard drive unto another computer with good installed anti virus and antimalware or spyware. Better for an enclosure.

And take note what infection that hits you. For in the future you can get use the info to properly purge out that kind of infection.

If that is an autorun driver. Most probably you get that on a removable drive like flash drive.

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When the executable is run on the victim's machine, the worm copies itself to the following locations:
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