Packed.Generic.238 virus

  Jug Ears 01:38 14 Jul 2009
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Have gone through nortons steps to get rid of this but has not worked or at least appears to not have worked.

Would be grateful for any info on how to delete it?

  ambra4 02:35 14 Jul 2009

Packed.Generic.238 Virus Removal

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  birdface 05:45 14 Jul 2009

Must have been to early in the morning for you,but that was 3 bad sites that you posted and not advisable to download anything from any off them.
Jug Ears maybe have a look here or try Malwarebytes free.

click here

  ambra4 11:03 14 Jul 2009

Buteman

Not to sure what you mean by 3 bad sites my

Antivirus does not show any problems with the sites

I am using Symantec Antivirus Enterprise Corporate Edition's

  ambra4 11:09 14 Jul 2009

Buteman

Not to sure what you mean by 3 bad sites my Antivirus does not show any

problems with the sites

I am using Symantec Antivirus Enterprise Corporate Edition's

click here

  birdface 11:49 14 Jul 2009

Sorry for the delay as I was out for a while.

This is from WOT about the first site and all 3 are the same.

click here

lets hope it comes out Ok.

If you do not have any Browser helpers for warning about bad sites.WOT.or McAfee Site Adviser are two that I know ,but there must be more.Worth trying if you have not used any of them before.
Even on a good site I got an automatic warning not to proceed.

  Jug Ears 00:29 15 Jul 2009

Ive tried the symantec link, including using safe mode, norton still detects it and is unable to delete and asks to re start computer and process continues like that.

Afraid to use the sites above now after buteman said they were dodgy.

At the same time as this these files come up in task manager dont know if they are related.

wiwow64.exe
wiawow32.sys
sopidkc.exe

Also hacktool.rootkit keeps omn coming up, norton says it resolves but when i do a new scan it comes up again.

  birdface 09:26 15 Jul 2009

Looks like all 3 will have to be removed.But i would try Malwarebytes free version first to see if that will remove them.

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  birdface 09:33 15 Jul 2009

Looks like Hacktool Rootkit is also a baddie.See if Mawarebytes removes them all.

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