Virus cannot be detect by antivirus and unremovable

ShahrilAfiz

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My pc, more over my network is already infected by virus, i dont know what kind of harm is he doing but it just appear two folder in the c drive which have wired article and readers inside. every time i try to delete this folder, it just reapear again. i try using antivirus to detect but not found. I try also looking one by one the process also not found. try it in safe mode also not found. * in save mood the folder virus did not appear.
Is there anyone know about this virus and how to solve it
 

and112

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Try some rescue environments:Bitdefnder rescue cd , kaspersky rescue cd
You could also try Kaspersky's virus removal tool:http://
For the removal tool remember to check to scan for already loaded modules.
Search the web regarding your infection(the tools should provide you with info about the virus).
PS:Be careful about the actions you choose in the rescue environments.In case you need more specialised help ask on the antiviruse's forums for free support.
 

Herc08

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Which software did you use? I hear Hitman Pro is a pretty good one and should detect and remove most of them. Just remember to run it in safe mode. The virus was probably smart enough to put it on the exclude list.
 

ShahrilAfiz

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i use comodo premium 10 and malwarebytes 2.1.8, already try in safe mode. the virus is not there. check service ,process, registry also nothing found. its effecting the whole network now. Try to run hitman also nothing change.The virus is still there even under safemode.
I cant place a screenshot here so i just type down example folder which is the virus.

Folder:
Agdetail163
Xversion181

Inside Folder:
berrypolicedirty.pem
dilemma_depends_auspices.sql
electronicsmilitarycurt.jpg
eugene.yell.persuasion.txt
hurry-lungs-firms.mdb
l3U1GJ.docx
Qd4WRWrr13d.xls
sorry_comprehend_negroes.doc
WT0YRpn0.rtf

Just a bunch of random files but notice that the type file is different from each another.
Please help me on this . already crack my head trying to figure this thing out.
 

ShahrilAfiz

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What i do:
1. comodo antivirus scan 2. malwarebytes scan. 3. safemode scan (malware/hitpro)
4 look at startup 5. process & service task 6. regedit scan
7. searching for type of virus

I try all the steps above and still didnt manage to find anything that is suspicious enough to be the virus. Is there anything i miss? I even google "type of virus can bypass antivirus, safemode restore point and keep coming back after deleted" up but still go to a dead end.
Can you help me at least find out what type of vrus this is. at least i have a clue to start where.
 

ShahrilAfiz

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i think i should reply to get you to notice. sorry. =)
 

and112

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Try some rescue environments:Bitdefnder rescue cd , kaspersky rescue cd
You could also try Kaspersky's virus removal tool:http://
For the removal tool remember to check to scan for already loaded modules.
Search the web regarding your infection(the tools should provide you with info about the virus).
PS:Be careful about the actions you choose in the rescue environments.In case you need more specialised help ask on the antiviruse's forums for free support.
 
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