M0rpheus.tpl experience anyone?

By DoubleBarrel ·
I have a server 2008 R2 that has contracted a virus/malware that hides all the folders on the drives and creates shortcuts with the folder names that load Remote Desktop and direct it to a website. It will spread to a workstation if it accesses one of the folder/shortcuts. I have deleted all the shortcuts, cleaned up all the bogus files I can find and ran Symantec and SuperAntiSpyware which clean up all the problems (supposedly) and it comes right back. Anyone with any experience or suggestions?

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Not with this particular infection

by OH Smeg In reply to M0rpheus.tpl experience a ...

But you need to use a scanner that doesn't rely on the OS running so try one of the ones listed here

http://www.techrepublic .com/blog/security/rescue-cds-tips-for-fighting-malware/3803

Just remember to remove the space from between the techrepublic and the .com


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