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#397323 - 24th Mar 2010 6:37pm Pakes.AV trojan
cathie Offline
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I keep gettin messages from AVG that it has detected this trojan, I click on "move to Virus Vault" or something like that, but when it tries to move it it keeps coming up with "file inaccesiable"

This is seriously starting to p**s me off now mad , anyone have any ideas how to get rid of this?

I have tried a CLEANPAKES remover but to no effect think i'm gonna start cryin cry

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#397331 - 24th Mar 2010 7:02pm Re: Pakes.AV trojan [Re: cathie]
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wipe yo drive
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#397333 - 24th Mar 2010 7:15pm Re: Pakes.AV trojan [Re: _Ste_]
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would trying in safe mode before wiping it, make sure you don't load with network support tho.

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#397337 - 24th Mar 2010 7:42pm Re: Pakes.AV trojan [Re: SilentReader]
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you have the name of the virus, google it, youll find out everything that is known about it and hopefully a decent removal method too
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#397342 - 24th Mar 2010 8:04pm Re: Pakes.AV trojan [Re: _Caps_]
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#397344 - 24th Mar 2010 8:11pm Re: Pakes.AV trojan [Re: SilentReader]
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give malwarebytes a try

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#397351 - 24th Mar 2010 8:50pm Re: Pakes.AV trojan [Re: MattLFC]
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http://www.free-av.com/



http://www.malwarebytes.org/mbam.php



download and run both of them

will get rid of the lot.
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#397566 - 26th Mar 2010 7:02am Re: Pakes.AV trojan [Re: MrPhil]
cathie Offline
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Of course google was my first point of call crazy

At the moment I have AVG Free, free-av, MalwareByte's Anti-Malware & Spybot S&D, and none of them have been successful in removing this f**kin trojan, not sure about wiping the drive or starting in safe mode...not very IT knowledgable when it comes to stuff like that whistle

HELP!!!

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#397575 - 26th Mar 2010 8:28am Re: Pakes.AV trojan [Re: cathie]
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Take it to "Night Owl P C" at 168 Borough Rd Seacombe, tel. 512-9951. These guys are good & look after my two laptops.

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#397587 - 26th Mar 2010 9:33am Re: Pakes.AV trojan [Re: MrPhil]
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Originally Posted By: MrPhil
http://www.free-av.com/



http://www.malwarebytes.org/mbam.php



download and run both of them

will get rid of the lot.




Again. Use these 2 programs, AVG is poop. Do a full scan also delete the unused programs.


Edited by MrPhil (26th Mar 2010 9:34am)
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#397631 - 26th Mar 2010 1:23pm Re: Pakes.AV trojan [Re: cathie]
cathie Offline
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Originally Posted By: cathie
Of course google was my first point of call crazy

At the moment I have AVG Free, free-av, MalwareByte's Anti-Malware & Spybot S&D, and none of them have been successful in removing this f**kin trojan, not sure about wiping the drive or starting in safe mode...not very IT knowledgable when it comes to stuff like that whistle

HELP!!!



I am using the programs you mentioned and they haven't been able to get rid of anything

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#397632 - 26th Mar 2010 1:36pm Re: Pakes.AV trojan [Re: cathie]
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ESET NOD32

http://www.eset.co.uk/Trial/Home

and then unlock it every month with serial/username on nod123 website.
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#397642 - 26th Mar 2010 2:32pm Re: Pakes.AV trojan [Re: DavidB]
genlock Offline
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Hi Cathie, You should look for some thing like this to get rid of it.

"Boot-time scanner

Allows you to scan your computer for infections before the operating system has started and before a virus can be activated (32-bit operating systems only)."

goto http://www.avast.com/en-gb/free-antivirus-download#tab2

This has worked great in the past, and its free.

good luck !

BTW: AVG has a bad habit of reporting some packers as Trojans, but Avast will sort it out.

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#397795 - 27th Mar 2010 8:31am Re: Pakes.AV trojan [Re: DavidB]
cathie Offline
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Originally Posted By: Violet
ESET NOD32

http://www.eset.co.uk/Trial/Home

and then unlock it every month with serial/username on nod123 website.



Thank you thank you thank you...this seems to have worked *fingers crossed* so far so good *big hugs and kisses to you* grin

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