caught a trojan after opening an attachment from a bogus email to appear in court. even my girl called it as bullshit, but i opened the attachment anyway since i'm a dumb cunty dick-sniffer.
so far i've run:
eset online scanner
(not in this order)
removed the trojan after an eset full scan and ran the entire battery again for good measure. so far system seems clean and additional mbam and norton scans turned up clear. but i'm still paranoid. going to try TSSDkiller that kagami mentioned in oblivion's thread from 2010, but do any of you IT akumas have a deeper malware removal routine? got any further suggestions? am i being too OCD?
just want to be sure any trace of it is gone before i go back to any sites i frequent that require login/password.
I had a Trojan ages ago that opened a webpage saying it was the police and they were investigating me for fraud, and I had to enter my bank details to pay a fine for downloading stuff from torrents etc. It was pretty convincing - it even displayed my ip address, town and city, it even accessed my webcam, put an image of me on the screen saying 'we are watching you' etc.
Anyway, it was very tough to remove I remember having to boot in safe mood, and going through my start up script as it renamed itself as one of the Windows processes so it would always start with the pc - and be harder to detect. Can't remember for the life of me where I had to go, but it was in computer management. If you want to be really ocd, you could look into that?