just yesterday my AVG 7 Free Antivirus warned me about having Downloader.Generic.AMM trojan horse.
I haven't found any information about this virus through google, thus I think it is something new.
It creates files
and also all.exe in the IE temporary internet files folder.
It cannot be healed, however, all.exe can be deleted by AVG, and all.exe can be deleted manually (AVG cannot delete it).
Nevertheless, even I deleted it during being disconnected from internet, then run AVG again, Spybot and also Ad-aware, after reconnection to the internet the AVG resident shield detected the same files (and virus) again in a few minutes!
Probably the reason and source must be hidden somewhere, I do not know.
Could it be caused by using Internet Explorer? Would it help if I use only FireFox?
[maybe I could post also the hijackthis.de log file, but may I also in this thread?]
Post Edited (KiiroiZen) : 7/28/2005 5:43:06 AM GMT