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    AntiVirus.exe & sysentry32.exe

    AntiVirus.exe & sysentry32.exe

    Are both continually trying to get acces to the internet from my PC - as seen when looking at Alerts & Logs/Log Viewer - Alert Type: Program in ZA.

    I have run the following apps which find nothing at all SPYBOT, PESTPATROL, ADAWARE, AVG ANTIVIRUS. I have also run 2 online virus checkers TREND & PANDA neither found anything wrong!

    Also when my internet connection is of i get a pop-up telling me that something is trying to connect to "dns.ebula.net"

    Anyone seen this before & know what it is and of course how to fix it?

    Thanks.

    Operating System: Windows XP Home Edition
    Product Name: ZoneAlarm (free)
    Software Version: 5.1
    Dell Dimension E520
    Core 2 Duo E4300 3GB Ram


    Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition 5.1.2600 Service pack 2

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    Oh sh*t. Any ideas how i can kill the bas*ard?
    Dell Dimension E520
    Core 2 Duo E4300 3GB Ram


    Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition 5.1.2600 Service pack 2

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    I would start by killing the 2 processes and then run an online scan from Pest Patrol or Bit Defender as both recognise the virus.

    If none of them pick up viruses, I would delete or rename the 2 files in question.

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    Task manager end task. Then do as mulda suggests. If it says it cant remove them automatically then search your registry (especially the \Run and \Runservices keys) for those files executing on startup and remove them yourself and delete the files.

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