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nakman
02-06-2009, 08:49 PM
Went to one of those free movie sites to try to watch our new favorite person, Lightning McQueen, and the next thing I knew the computer was shutting down...

now when it boots up I get a popup from Windows Firewall that asks if I want to block the suspicious software Win32.Zafi.B? The buttons "keep blocking" and "unblock" are grayed out, so I click the only button left (enable protetion) and get sent to a web page for Safe Soft, Perfect Defender 2009. If I don't click on something, the window closes by itself after a couple minutes. Then if I try to open another Mozilla window I just get a page that says "Insecure Internet activity. Threat of Virus Attack."

I updated Spyware doctor and ran it 3x, to no avail. I download the latest McAfee .dat and scanned everything 2x... still can't remove this sucker. If I go to My Computer and click search I get an exception error, and it crashes. But then I can open it again and it works, but when I scan for that win32.zafi.b file it doesn't find it.

Our other "good" laptop is dead, it got a virus about a month ago and we can't get it working again, even after two attempts at getting HP to send us recovery disks. So I'm logged in using a super old laptop, actually the one we used to start the "live from Cruise Moab" thread.. funny that this is now my best machine, it's a Compaq Presario 2100...


I'm hoping someone will tell me the best thing to run out and download, then I'll dump that to a thumb drive and put it on the big machine, since it can't get on the internet. Any other ideas?

corsair23
02-06-2009, 09:23 PM
Tim,

Have you tried malwarebytes.org (http://www.malwarebytes.org/) free software? Some folks I know really like that. Other recommendations I've had was AVG's virus software but that is pay stuff. Another freebie I've used is SpyBot (http://www.download.com/Spybot-Search-amp-Destroy/3000-8022_4-10122137.html)

Good luck!!

Caribou Sandstorm
02-06-2009, 09:51 PM
Hey Tim, I think I have the same worm.

I just saw it yesterday. Tried to remove it and it would not work. but pc is not crashing. HPpavilion lap top, running Vista, only few months old.

I am going to try Jeff's suggestion, now.

Caribou Sandstorm
02-06-2009, 10:17 PM
I guess I was wrong, my Norton seems to have got it.

Inukshuk
02-06-2009, 10:18 PM
I'm a Norton Antivirus Fan. Been using it for years. Viruses are too dangerous!

nakman
02-06-2009, 10:40 PM
Ok thanks guys, if Jeff's freebie doesn't do it I'm buying Norton.

art hog
02-06-2009, 10:58 PM
buy a mac!

nakman
02-06-2009, 11:16 PM
Ok after running the Anti-Malware I was able to remove one file, and I appear to be back in business. Here's the file, from the log

F:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Application Data\Google\ywsiz25317931.exe (Trojan.FakeAlert) -> Delete on reboot.

I'm not sure if this is the same as the one I was looking for initially or not, may just buy Norton anyway.

corsair23
02-07-2009, 02:03 AM
I'm a Norton Antivirus Fan. Been using it for years. Viruses are too dangerous!

Ditto :thumb: - Have yet to get a virus (knocks on wood) in the last 7+ years using Norton. Some people hate it, some love it...Talk to all the real techie type computer guys and they say to buy AVG or ESET but I've been happy with Norton. I've had Macafee and hated it but I have not tried any of the other pay anti-virus programs.

Hope the malware deal worked for you Tim :beer:

DaveInDenver
02-07-2009, 06:16 AM
buy a mac!
LOL! That's our solution, too. Malware this, virus that. Blah, too much headache unless you have an IT department.

60wag
02-07-2009, 06:24 AM
My Macs have no antivirus software and so far, so good. There are Mac viruses out there but they aren't as common as the Windows variety. I run AVG on my windows machines. They still have a free version that is downloadable.

http://free.avg.com/download-avg-anti-virus-free-edition

Uncle Ben
02-07-2009, 07:46 AM
I am really surprised you do not have a paid subscription already Nak! First software I load on any computer I buy or set up! I used to be a Norton fan but the latest versions of Norton are just to tight and slow or prevent some programs to run without sweet talking the firewall into it. I am using the pay version of AVG on both comps in my office and I really like it! The only things worse than viruses are Macs! :rolleyes: :lmao::lmao: :bolt:

MDH33
02-07-2009, 09:02 AM
... The only things worse than viruses are Macs! :rolleyes: :lmao::lmao: :bolt:

That's just silly. :rolleyes:

Uncle Ben
02-07-2009, 09:53 AM
That's just silly. :rolleyes:

Whenever I hear Mac guys beating their chest about owning a superior product I got to lash out. Funny how Apple folks always have to tell others that they are better....go figure. ;) Kinda like saying "My Jeep is as good as a Cruiser!" It's not better it's just different and one persons preference over another.

Groucho
02-07-2009, 10:03 AM
I had the same situation happen to me after I tried to go to the billboard top 100 website. "cept mine was way worse. It went into the registry and changed values so that I could not change the wallpaper. Instead, the wallpaper was replaced by their warning screen, which I could not get rid of running Norton. It also redirected me to "their" google, so that every time I tried from my computer to google the problem sent me to websites that worsened the problem.

I eventually had to wipe the entire HD clean (I already had it backed up on my external HD which was not connected at the time), and reinstall windows XP. I did figure out a lot from that experience, and will be better prepared to fix things next time. I must say, I am definitely a Mac fan, and am always checking craigslist for that sweet deal on an iMac. Only trouble with that is that one piece of software I run for work is totally windows based, and has been reported as not running well on the mac with windows open. I still want to throw my PC out the window and go with mac, just no funds right now.

My advice? Buy Kaspersky Internet Security 2009 (http://www.kaspersky.com/). It is well worth the $59 some odd bucks. I have had it thwart off so many attacks that I am convinced. I leave my computer on all the time now, connected to the internet. No troubles yet, thanks to Kaspersky (http://www.kaspersky.com/).

DaveInDenver
02-07-2009, 10:25 AM
Only trouble with that is that one piece of software I run for work is totally windows based, and has been reported as not running well on the mac with windows open.
That's a common problem. I've been pretty successful getting stuff for work, but a lot of our tools are originally UNIX based and finding equivalents in Darwin open source is handy. But we did end up getting Parallels to run XP on her Mac laptop because of Windoze-only software. Turned out to be nice since I can program radios at home now. BTW, it came with Kaspersky and that seems to be a good anti-virus program for the money.

Red_Chili
02-07-2009, 12:34 PM
FWIW, AVG is free (they have a stripped down free version and a pay-to-play bells and whistles version) and has a MUCH smaller footprint than either Norton or McAfee. Quite effective. I'll never go back. Norton pisses me off - HUGE impact to performance (memory and CPU utilization). I've found McAfee a bit late on updates IME. Used to use it at the last job. Got hit a few times and McAfee was late to the party.

RockRunner
02-07-2009, 12:39 PM
Who is your Internet provider? They should have Norton or Mcafee or something like that. I have been running Mcafee for three years on my system and I go to some real questionable sites.

No not porn, on purpose, but mostly for drivers or programs etc. I download movies and programs of different sites that sometimes end you to places in Hungary etc. and they try to attack my system , no go.

It is in the best interest of qwest and Comcast that their malware/spyware is up to date and some of the best out there. Some will argue that I am wrong and that is fine. I know one of the head guys at Comcast and the testing and attacking they do is crazy. He has asked me to try and get into one of their systems before fist remotely and then in person. Their stuff is goo, not saying that I am the best hacker out there but.

Try downloading your ISP protection software first and then if it does not work call their support line I am sure they would want to know about it and add it onto their package.

My 4 pennies.

Groucho
02-07-2009, 01:21 PM
FWIW, AVG is free (they have a stripped down free version and a pay-to-play bells and whistles version) and has a MUCH smaller footprint than either Norton or McAfee. Quite effective. I'll never go back. Norton pisses me off - HUGE impact to performance (memory and CPU utilization). I've found McAfee a bit late on updates IME. Used to use it at the last job. Got hit a few times and McAfee was late to the party.

Free stuff is good if you aren't on the net often, but I think for frequent to all the time internet user the full use versions give you the protection and updates you need to keep ahead of the bad guys.

I previously bought Webroot, but they weren't as good. They are supposedly local (Boulder) but their customer service numbers get you a long wait before you get a human. Then you get this (http://www.illwillpress.com/tech.html) from tech support. Then they try to do this (http://www.illwillpress.com/tech3.html). All the while your CPU is melting down.:lmao:

Jenny Cruiser
02-07-2009, 01:26 PM
Kinda like saying "My Jeep is as good as a Cruiser!" It's not better it's just different and one persons preference over another.

More like saying my Cruiser is better than your Jeep I think.

Macs are great. Applestore employees - not so great.:p:

AVG is working great for me.

art hog
02-07-2009, 07:23 PM
Whenever I hear Mac guys beating their chest about owning a superior product I got to lash out. Funny how Apple folks always have to tell others that they are better....go figure. ;) Kinda like saying "My Jeep is as good as a Cruiser!" It's not better it's just different and one persons preference over another.

I never said a mac was better. The original thread is about having virus. Not which platform is better. Macs have fewer virus problems. If you want to compare a Jeep and a PC to a Cruiser and a Mac we should start a new thread.
My locked and lifted mac riding on 44s is better than any Jeep PC stock or built. There I said it!

Art Machog.

pmccumber
02-07-2009, 07:49 PM
I'm a Linux guy BUT we have two PCs here that the kids and wife use. I've never had a virus here or anywhere BUT I do NOT run programs from the internet unless I'm very sure of the source. It is extremely difficult, if not impossible, to get viruses surfing the web. Your browser just does not have the facility to change your registry or allow programs that are not client side scripts to execute.

Anti-virus software? I've said this scores of times, the only thing worse than a virus is the anti-virus software. I realize this is coming from a guy who hasn't been going through what poor Nakman is going through. But, I have to run them a work and it is incredible what they do otherwise usable systems. Don't run programs off the net unless you trust the source.

Once you get 'em, pull files and data off and rebuild the buggers.

Macs? People bag on Microsoft but Microsoft has enabled commodity hardware and enables a fluid, robust competition. Apple, for example, doesn't support AMD. ATI, nVidia, Intel graphics? There is a big beautiful market out there but you get what the snobs at Apple plop out there pipeline. The only reason Apple can cherrypick (Applepick?) is because somebody else is out there making sure that if it is built better, there will be a market for it. That is Microsoft. Apple is endlessly closing everything. Who else would put out a phone for one company? I don't support Apple because I don't like their model. If I needed two reasons, I'd say that I don't need to pay more to have the hip logo. I'm pragmatic, which is why I drive Toys.

Corbet
02-07-2009, 09:03 PM
AVG free version worked fine for me on my old work PC. Never had a problem. Norton slows the machine down way to much IMO. Never again.

At home, its a Mac for us

corsair23
02-07-2009, 09:05 PM
Norton pisses me off - HUGE impact to performance (memory and CPU utilization). I've found McAfee a bit late on updates IME. Used to use it at the last job. Got hit a few times and McAfee was late to the party.

I think Norton has been listening to customer feedback over the years because IMO the hit to performance is minimal at best anymore. I've been using Norton 360 for about the last year and I've been happy with it. It is more intrusive at times than some others though but that is fine with me. As McAfee...I wholeheartedly agree. My sister has Comcast and their McAfee software and recently got a virus that resulted in getting so fed up trying to get rid of it that she just went out and bought a new computer :rolleyes: - FWIW, she is pretty sure that she got the virus from either Facebook or MySpace...

pmccumber
02-08-2009, 12:54 PM
I'm kinda an expert in this area as I wrote BIOS software for AMD for three years and I was involved early on in the formulation of the Hytime spec (an SGML predecessor to HTML) almost 20 years ago. I even had to go pimp AMD's enhanced virus protection so I got more familiar on the topic that I ever wanted about 4 years ago.

Let's be clear, the only way you can get a virus is by running some executable that has the virus. You cannot get them by browsing on the internet. That is an extremely mild understatement as people have BUT for all intents and purposes it is true. If a site says you need to download some plugin to access features on their website, be VERY SUSPICIOUS. If a site says you need some application loaded and executed, be VERY SUSPICIOUS.

In order to replicate itself, a virus must be permitted to execute code and write to memory. For this reason, many viruses attach themselves to executable files that may be part of legitimate programs. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Computer_virus Who doesn't trust Wikipedia ;)

Now if it is from Apple, Adobe, Microsoft, Sun, Rising Sun, or somebody else you trust, go ahead.

Browsers have facility for executing Javascript and some Basic derivatives on YOUR computer but those engines do not have the capacity for writing to your registry or writing executables to your file system. Have there been holes in them when these client side facilities first appeared? Sure. But I haven't heard of one in years. I really think Firefox, IE, and Safari have these aspects licked. I think running a virus scanner because you surf the web is like wearing gloves and mask 24/7 because somebody 50 years ago got Smallpox. Someday we're gonna see Smallpox again but is it practical?

Viruses enter through email attachments and executing applications from non-trusted sources.

Now if you're going to be practicing unsafe surfing, strap on a, oh I'm not gonna continue that analogy. But if you are, sure, use an anti-virus that scans incoming traffic for known virus patterns. Or if you have kids that you think might be doing it, again, it might be worth it.

Other than that, keep your browser, OS, and email clients current through updates and you should be safe.

Hulk
02-08-2009, 12:54 PM
We provide F-Secure to our WildBlue customers. It consistently gets high ratings, but is relatively unknown in the U.S. because they don't market here.

Here is a link to the F-Secure Online Virus Scanner (http://support.f-secure.com/enu/home/ols.shtml). If you find out that you still are infected, you may be able to remove it with one of the F-Secure malware removal tools (http://www.f-secure.com/security_center/malware_removal_tools.html).

Personally, I have found Norton to be quite good, but I only buy the Antivirus package, not the whole Internet Security Suite. It's cheaper and it does everything I need. I also run the built-in Windows Firewall.

I have had nothing but problems with McAfee.

And I like both Macs and PCs. :) I just got a MacBook Pro at work, and we installed VMWare Fusion (competitive product to Parallels) and Windows XP SP3 on it as well. I'm hoping that I will soon have one machine that does everything I need in both worlds.

pmccumber
02-08-2009, 02:40 PM
And I like both Macs and PCs. :) I just got a MacBook Pro at work, and we installed VMWare Fusion (competitive product to Parallels) and Windows XP SP3 on it as well. I'm hoping that I will soon have one machine that does everything I need in both worlds.

VMWare is my favorite app of all time. I don't use it here but I used it at Vitesse and at AMD. The new versions of VMWare don't even have to execute on a virtual machine meaning they just trap system calls and run natively otherwise.

I actually like Mac OS as it is based on BSD, I just don't think they're good for the h/w market.

nakman
02-08-2009, 06:54 PM
Well I think I'm in the clear now. I removed McAfee, downloaded the AVG freebie, and am now running that along with Spyware Doctor. I also ran the Anti-Malware a couple of times... none of them found the file name I was originally looking for, but they did find a couple others identified as harmful. And at least my computer behavior seems somewhat normal.. so thanks again those of you who helped! :cheers:

Red_Chili
02-09-2009, 09:13 AM
Free stuff is good if you aren't on the net often, but I think for frequent to all the time internet user the full use versions give you the protection and updates you need to keep ahead of the bad guys.

I think you are generalizing. I get the same updates and protection as the pay to play option. Just don't have quite as many control options. AVG rocks.

ttubb
02-09-2009, 08:37 PM
I had a major problem with Norton 360. Every time I ran a scan, it did not erase the results, but crreated a new file which soon loaded up the HD. Ran slow then crashed. It is a Toshiba laptop running XT. Thought it was trash so I bought a new Toshiba with Vista. Subsequently, I learned about the problems with Norton. Bought the AVG Internet Security and installed. Then I wiped the HD on the old Toshiba and reloaded the factory software, installed AVG and it has worked perfect ever since. Downside/upside is that I now have two laptops that work great.

Hope you are all staying warm. Almost finished with my FJ-40 and will have at Crested Butte this summer. Woo-Hoo!

Hulk
02-10-2009, 12:19 PM
Some more info:

There is a very nasty virus out there right now called Antivurus 2009. Yeah, great name for a virus, huh? It apparently can reinstall itself after you reboot your computer, so even if you think you have removed it, it may not be gone for good.

Here's a discussion (http://www.reddit.com/r/technology/comments/7wapy/hey_internet_can_we_please_find_and_make_life/) of the ways to remove it forever.

JadeRunner
02-10-2009, 06:55 PM
I use System Restore in XP to revert back to a previous day which usually completely removes the virus. I know it doesn't always work but it has for me at home. Then spybot to manually delete items then a re-build if that doesn't work.

I agree with pccumber. I don't load any virus software any more on any of my home pc's and just watch what I execute. I rarely have problems.

I did get the Antivirus 2009 infection the other day. Totally the risk I took downloading via Limewire. System Restore had me fixed in 5 minutes though.

Red_Chili
02-11-2009, 10:24 AM
I agree with pccumber. I don't load any virus software any more on any of my home pc's and just watch what I execute. I rarely have problems.

And I'm thinking that if Jaderunner went out hunting wild boars it would be with a .22 and in his BVDs....
:lmao::lmao:

J/K

Uncle Ben
02-11-2009, 11:52 AM
And I'm thinking that if Jaderunner went out hunting wild boars it would be with a .22 and in his BVDs....
:lmao::lmao:

J/K

ROFLMAO!!! :lmao::lmao::lmao::lmao: Bill, you and Obama share eloquence in your speeches! :lmao::lmao::lmao: :hill:

pmccumber
02-11-2009, 12:58 PM
And I'm thinking that if Jaderunner went out hunting wild boars it would be with a .22 and in his BVDs....

http://www.arizonahunting.net/javelina.htm

We made the pistol javelina hunt (actually ends this Saturday) an annual event when we lived there. Wore more than banana hammock only cuz of the cactus :)

Believe me, many of my tekkie peers refuse to use a virus scanner as well. In fact, the only way I would know if I had a virus is if my PC started behaving like it had a virus scanner on it, like this phenomenal piece of h/w I'm on right now that IT strapped a Norton boat anchor to.

Uncle Ben
02-11-2009, 01:15 PM
http://www.arizonahunting.net/javelina.htm

We made the pistol javelina hunt (actually ends this Saturday) an annual event when we lived there. Wore more than banana hammock only cuz of the cactus :)



If you are considering doing this hunt again next year I would love to join your group! My hog pistola (.480 Ruger with red dot scope) has gotten dusty the last couple years with no exercise! I love hand gub hunting!

Red_Chili
02-11-2009, 02:05 PM
If you are considering doing this hunt again next year I would love to join your group! My hog pistola (.480 Ruger with red dot scope) has gotten dusty the last couple years with no exercise! I love hand gub hunting!
I'm in. I will only have a lowly .44 Mag and a 9mm BUG.

Unless I decide to break out the 870 and pull a Dick Cheney. Might make me a tad unpopular though. :lmao:

pmccumber
02-11-2009, 02:06 PM
If you are considering doing this hunt again next year I would love to join your group! My hog pistola (.480 Ruger with red dot scope) has gotten dusty the last couple years with no exercise! I love hand gub hunting!

Now THAT is a gun! Airborne Anvils. I felt conspicuous carrying a 8" .357 with a scope. My cousin actually does use a .22. They really are small little beasts.

It is such a great time to be in the desert down there and not many people do it. And handgun hunting really is a kick. The non-rez tags are actually reasonable.

Uncle Ben
02-11-2009, 03:13 PM
Now THAT is a gun! Airborne Anvils. I felt conspicuous carrying a 8" .357 with a scope. My cousin actually does use a .22. They really are small little beasts.

It is such a great time to be in the desert down there and not many people do it. And handgun hunting really is a kick. The non-rez tags are actually reasonable.

Never hunted Javalinas....but have always wanted to! My .480 will punch through a full size boar....the same cannot be said for the Father-in-Laws .32 Winchester! Your point is well taken though and I can use my beloved little .44 instead. Hmmmmm....what was this thread about again? :rolleyes:

nakman
02-11-2009, 04:00 PM
Can you eat those things? I mean, they're pigs, right?

Uncle Ben
02-11-2009, 04:23 PM
Can you eat those things? I mean, they're pigs, right?

They are actually Canine! Look like a small wild boar but have canine teeth instead of tusks

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peccary

http://www.hunting-in-texas.com/javelina-info.htm

DaveInDenver
02-11-2009, 04:44 PM
They are actually Canine! Look like a small wild boar but have canine teeth instead of tusks

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peccary

http://www.hunting-in-texas.com/javelina-info.htm
And those things are mean and eat just about anything (like trash), not to mention they stink really bad. My in-laws have them walking around their subdivision north of Scottsdale (Cave Creek if you know northern Phoenix). They chase Taz when we walk him. They are blind and dumb, too, so they're easy to startle at dusk, so we have to be careful. Did I mention that they stink? Not sure I would want to eat one.

ttubb
02-11-2009, 09:58 PM
Killed several over the years with a .357 iron sights. If you cook the meat slowly in a crock pot with BBQ sauce they aren't bad.
Closely related to a deer actually. :thumb:

pmccumber
02-11-2009, 11:48 PM
We lived in Scottsdale Ranch and were one block north of the Indian reservation so we had lots of wildlife. Had a racoon ruin my sleep for 4 months as it was living in our rafters and would traverse the length of the house on the ducts. I have stories about that thing. Had owls to the point that I would just get the pillow/blanket and go to the other end of the house many nights cuz it was hooting in the tree next to our bedroom. Went out one morning to get the paper and a hawk lit up a dove that was splashing in the sprinklers; that was cool!

But one day we were going camping and I ran in because I forgot something and I opened the front door and the cat spit and commenced hissing. I looked down and he was all puffed up and I don't know why I didn't see it immediately but right front of me, at the door was a javelina. Almost immediately it turned and ran. It was then I noticed my wife was standing on the 60 in the driveway that was locked.

nakman
02-12-2009, 07:24 AM
:lmao: :lmao:

Good stuff, I really like the direction this thread has headed. My folks have these out at their place in Tucson as well, they are on a mini ranch over by the Saguaro Nat'l Forest. But the only stories I hear is how they got into the trash again...

Red_Chili
02-12-2009, 08:41 AM
11984

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Uncle Ben
02-12-2009, 09:06 AM
11984

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And your point? Obviously, it was the Peccary Virus that corrupted it!

Red_Chili
02-12-2009, 09:11 AM
Ba-da tum.

And UB once again pulls a segue out of thin air!! :lmao:

Uncle Ben
02-12-2009, 09:44 AM
Ba-da tum.

And UB once again pulls a segue out of thin air!! :lmao:

Hmmmmmmm.....

Main Entry:
1se·gue
Pronunciation:
\ˈse-(ˌ)gwā, ˈsā-\
Function:
verb imperative
Etymology:
Italian, there follows, from seguire to follow, from Latin sequi — more at sue
Date:
circa 1740
1 : proceed to what follows without pause —used as a direction in music
2 : perform the music that follows like that which has preceded —used as a direction in music


Not quite sure what music your hearing Bill? :confused:

pmccumber
02-12-2009, 10:25 AM
With "Javelina" and "Banana Hammock" in the same post, I'm just glad the "Peccary" split of the thread was in actually in this direction. Sorry.

Red_Chili
02-12-2009, 10:36 AM
2 : perform the music that follows like that which has preceded ...
Not quite sure what music your hearing Bill? :confused:
Seems simple 'nuff to me! UB brilliance! Transitions back to the OT without missing a beat.

Hulk
02-13-2009, 09:19 AM
$250K Microsoft bounty to catch worm creator (http://www.cnn.com/2009/TECH/ptech/02/13/virus.downadup/index.html)

This is a super hard-to-kill virus, but no one can figure out what it's supposed to be doing. If it infects one computer on a corporate network, soon they are all infected.

Red_Chili
02-13-2009, 09:57 AM
Maybe one of his or her lowlife friends will decide the price is right!

Hulk
02-13-2009, 10:41 AM
There's always somebody willing to sell out for some bucks. Look at the Michael Phelps bong photo.

Hulk
02-18-2009, 01:04 AM
I got hit last night. I used the Anti-Malware program with great success. Check out all the stuff it found:

Files Infected:
C:\Documents and Settings\Matthew Farr\Local Settings\Temp\winvsnet.tmp (Rogue.Installer)
C:\WINDOWS\system32\Drivers\mmfsvbwb.sys (Rootkit.Agent)
C:\WINDOWS\system32\senekaxrjvtebo.dat (Trojan.Agent)
C:\WINDOWS\system32\senekaongdhcmc.dat (Trojan.Agent)
C:\Documents and Settings\Matthew Farr\Local Settings\Temp\winsinstall.exe (Trojan.Downloader)
C:\WINDOWS\system32\prunnet.exe (Trojan.Downloader)
C:\Documents and Settings\Matthew Farr\Local Settings\Temp\prun.tmp (Trojan.Downloader)
C:\WINDOWS\system32\senekajushlplg.dll (Trojan.TDSS)
C:\WINDOWS\system32\senekaglwyuvor.dll (Trojan.TDSS)
C:\WINDOWS\system32\senekakughppej.dll (Trojan.TDSS)
C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\senekalfwebyck.sys (Trojan.TDSS)
C:\WINDOWS\system32\mlJcyYqp.dll (Trojan.Vundo)
C:\WINDOWS\system32\urqPgdaX.dll (Trojan.Vundo)
C:\WINDOWS\system32\wvUKDwvV.dll (Trojan.Vundo)
C:\WINDOWS\system32\kcjrjnri.dll (Trojan.Vundo.H)
C:\WINDOWS\system32\akbvid.dll (Trojan.Vundo.H)
C:\WINDOWS\system32\cJQBdMoq.ini (Trojan.Vundo.H)
C:\WINDOWS\system32\cJQBdMoq.ini2 (Trojan.Vundo.H)
C:\WINDOWS\system32\pwxkcwub.dll (Trojan.Vundo.H)
C:\WINDOWS\system32\buwckxwp.ini (Trojan.Vundo.H)
C:\WINDOWS\system32\qoMdBQJc.dll (Trojan.Vundo.H)
C:\WINDOWS\system32\qoMdBQJc.dllbox (Trojan.Vundo.H)
C:\WINDOWS\system32\c:\windows\system32\qomdbqjc.dll (Trojan.Vundo.H)

I had to run it twice and restart twice to get clean.

There's a Woot-Off going on right now, and I think I got infected through one of the online Woot trackers.