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Hello...  my anti virus detected this virus ... type was "archive" meaning
that the infected file is in a zip file.  I did a virus scan and did get an
infected file.  The details of its location were the following:

C:\Documents and Settings\<my name>\Local Settings\Temporary Internet
Files\Content.IE5QF4T6N\(1).cab>n.exe

When I tried to locate this file it could not be found.  I then looked for
temp files to delete, found none.  I did delete all cookies, then did
another virus scan.  No infected files were found.

I checked my registry and certain directories for known win32.oneraw actions
but found none.  I did read somewhere that  even if your virus scan shows no
infected files, this win32.oneraw can still be hanging around.   Like I say,
I have found no additions too my registry or any folders  in any directories
they say to look for.

I believe that this family of viruses was first detected in late 2005.  I
would think all virus protection software would protect against his one.

Has anyone had experience with Win32.oneraw ?  I'd appreciate  any help on
this.  Like I said, after deletiing all cookies and then did a virus  scan,
no infected files showed up.  Is it possible that a cookie can carry an
infected file?  Thanks.




Re: win32.oneraw.AS

puppytoz wrote:
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Check this out from Trend Micro
http://www.trendmicro.com/search/google/results.asp?q=Win32%2Eoneraw

Ma

Re: win32.oneraw.AS

puppytoz wrote:
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Check this out from Trend Micro
http://www.trendmicro.com/search/google/results.asp?q=Win32%2Eoneraw

Ma

Re: win32.oneraw.AS

puppytoz wrote:
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Check this out from Trend Micro
http://www.trendmicro.com/search/google/results.asp?q=Win32%2Eoneraw

Ma

Re: win32.oneraw.AS


| Hello...  my anti virus detected this virus ... type was "archive" meaning
| that the infected file is in a zip file.  I did a virus scan and did get an
| infected file.  The details of its location were the following:
|
| C:\Documents and Settings\<my name>\Local Settings\Temporary Internet
| Files\Content.IE5QF4T6N\(1).cab>n.exe
|
| When I tried to locate this file it could not be found.  I then looked for
| temp files to delete, found none.  I did delete all cookies, then did
| another virus scan.  No infected files were found.
|
| I checked my registry and certain directories for known win32.oneraw actions
| but found none.  I did read somewhere that  even if your virus scan shows no
| infected files, this win32.oneraw can still be hanging around.   Like I say,
| I have found no additions too my registry or any folders  in any directories
| they say to look for.
|
| I believe that this family of viruses was first detected in late 2005.  I
| would think all virus protection software would protect against his one.
|
| Has anyone had experience with Win32.oneraw ?  I'd appreciate  any help on
| this.  Like I said, after deletiing all cookies and then did a virus  scan,
| no infected files showed up.  Is it possible that a cookie can carry an
| infected file?  Thanks.
|


Download MULTI_AV.EXE from the URL --
http://www.ik-cs.com/programs/virtools/Multi_AV.exe

To use this utility, perform the following...
Execute; Multi_AV.exe { Note: You must use the default folder C:\AV-CLS }
Choose; Unzip
Choose; Close

Execute; C:\AV-CLS\StartMenu.BAT
{ or Double-click on 'Start Menu' in C:\AV-CLS }

NOTE: You may have to disable your software FireWall or allow WGET.EXE to go
through your
FireWall to allow it to download the needed AV vendor related files.

C:\AV-CLS\StartMenu.BAT -- { or Double-click on 'Start Menu' in C:\AV-CLS}
This will bring up the initial menu of choices and should be executed in Normal
Mode.
This way all the components can be downloaded from each AV vendor's web site.
The choices are; Sophos, Trend, McAfee, Kaspersky, Exit this menu and Reboot the
PC.

You can choose to go to each menu item and just download the needed files or you
can
download the files and perform a scan in Normal Mode. Once you have downloaded
the files
needed for each scanner you want to use, you should reboot the PC into Safe Mode
[F8 key
during boot] and re-run the menu again and choose which scanner you want to run
in Safe
Mode.  It is suggested to run the scanners in both Safe Mode and Normal Mode.

When the menu is displayed hitting 'H' or 'h' will bring up a more comprehensive
PDF help
file.  http://www.ik-cs.com/multi-av.htm

Additional Instructions:
http://pcdid.com/Multi_AV.htm


* * *   Please report back your results  * * *


--
Dave
http://www.claymania.com/removal-trojan-adware.html
http://www.ik-cs.com/got-a-virus.htm



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