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    I ran a second opinion malware program. Hitman Pro. It flagged a file TEMP000000091145321B40270A65 as potential malware. I have tried to find this but unable. How do I find this to upload to VIRUSTOTAL and also scan it with other detectors, or should I run Hijack This and post. If so what is a good site to post a Hijack This log. Thank You

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    try this free version Malwarebytes and see if it can find. It's a good program http://www.malwarebytes.org/

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    burnnoticefan, as downloading or installing when infected can be a waste of time, use another PC to dl and scan using SuperAntispyware Portable. http://www.superantispyware.com/portablescanner.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by burnnoticefan View Post
    I ran a second opinion malware program. Hitman Pro. It flagged a file TEMP000000091145321B40270A65 as potential malware. I have tried to find this but unable.
    Is it possible that the file was already deleted, or moved to a quarantine folder under a different name? (Just reading the description on Wikipedia and it references detected files being removed.)

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    I haven't used this site in a while but is worth a try for HJT logs.
    Try this

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    RodeRunner

    Did you mean to use portable SAS on a flash drive? If so, that could risk infecting the flash drive. Might be safer to boot the infected PC into SafeMode with Networking, then download and run portable SAS directly. If their security is lax or non-existent (possibly from being short of money), might be better to download the non-portable SAS. If the problem is a rootkit, read on.

    A thread (http://forums.superantispyware.com/i.../3981-rootkit/) indicates SAS does not always catch rootkits, and may not properly remove them without expert assistance. That thread suggests using ComboFix. I have used both ComboFix and SAS before, but so infrequently that I will comment no further.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nano Geek View Post
    RodeRunner

    Did you mean to use portable SAS on a flash drive? If so, that could risk infecting the flash drive. Might be safer to boot the infected PC into SafeMode with Networking, then download and run portable SAS directly. If their security is lax or non-existent (possibly from being short of money), might be better to download the non-portable SAS. If the problem is a rootkit, read on.

    A thread (http://forums.superantispyware.com/i.../3981-rootkit/) indicates SAS does not always catch rootkits, and may not properly remove them without expert assistance. That thread suggests using ComboFix. I have used both ComboFix and SAS before, but so infrequently that I will comment no further.
    Hi Nano Geek, SAS Portable is designed to run on removable media i.e. USB hdd or a CD. Have you read all info on download page ? Their are dedicated programs for Rootkit infections. As to using Combofix, it must only be used as instructed by a trained person.
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