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post #21 of 24
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Originally Posted by Coolio831 View Post

That was my worst fears reformatting. I could reformat it, but I don't wanna loose our customer DB. I know where the files are backed up too. I'm just worried that if I reformatted and reinstalled ondemand5 manager, and restore from backup, that we'd loose all our customers information. Lets try to leave reformatting till the end. Got any ideas?

Use Process Exprorer to tell you what processes are running, and which are the children of what (if notepad.exe was spawned by svchost.exe, that's probably a bad sign, for example.)

Use netstat -na (in cmd) and check for any ports being listened on that don't belong.

Do a psxscan with Volatility to check for any hidden processes (rootkits.)

Try Mandiant Redline to see if it flags any running processes as suspicious.

These tools are a bit more in-depth and require a bit more analysis than standard scan-and-zap AV programs.
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Originally Posted by The Hundred Gunner View Post

Use Process Exprorer to tell you what processes are running, and which are the children of what (if notepad.exe was spawned by svchost.exe, that's probably a bad sign, for example.)

Use netstat -na (in cmd) and check for any ports being listened on that don't belong.

Do a psxscan with Volatility to check for any hidden processes (rootkits.)

Try Mandiant Redline to see if it flags any running processes as suspicious.

These tools are a bit more in-depth and require a bit more analysis than standard scan-and-zap AV programs.

or you could just restore a backup/ install a proper operating system and copy your data over.
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post #23 of 24
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or you could just restore a backup/ install a proper operating system and copy your data over.

I suppose. But I've always been the adventurous type smile.gif
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I would suggest you to use some other antivirus software to scan your computer for the complete removal of malicious threats. But before that perform system restore and uninstall your browsers. Now change system settings to default and then get some strong protection tool like Immunet 3.0, Norton 360, Malwarebytes, Avira, Avast, Kaspersky, Bitdefender etc and perform an advance system scan. If there are some leftover threats in your PC then they will be quarantine. When this is done, reinstall the browsers and look whether they are working properly or not.
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