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    Default how can i remove the win32.jeefo.A witout deleting the infected files?

    hi..i found that my pc is infected with the virus win32.jeefo.A
    is it possible to clen the infected files without deleting them??
    iam looking forward for your anser.thanks!

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    Hello musictech,

    Which program detected the virus?

    Also, what is your operating system please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tashi View Post
    Hello musictech,

    Which program detected the virus?

    Also, what is your operating system please.

    Best regards.
    hello...i used the comono cloud antivirus .i just installed the spybot 2.4 and doing a new system scan now!

    spybot also found the jeefo but it showed me onlyu some registry keys in the results and not all the infected files
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    Hello musictech,

    The operating system?

    Quote Originally Posted by musictech View Post
    hello...i used the comono cloud antivirus .i just installed the spybot 2.4 and doing a new system scan now!

    spybot also found the jeefo but it showed me onlyu some registry keys in the results and not all the infected files
    Which version of Spybot please, the free version or Spybot with AV?

    https://www.safer-networking.org/

    Also, why do you wish to keep infected files, Win32/Jeefo is an old parasitic file-infector.

    Did you have any security programs installed on the system before you found the infection?

    Best regards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tashi View Post
    Hello musictech,

    The operating system?



    Which version of Spybot please, the free version or Spybot with AV?

    https://www.safer-networking.org/

    Also, why do you wish to keep infected files, Win32/Jeefo is an old parasitic file-infector.

    Did you have any security programs installed on the system before you found the infection?

    Best regards.

    hi..
    i didn't have any security program before cause i use this machine only for music production work and don't use internet etc from it.

    i use the spybot free edition.i want to keep some files cause they are .exe files.(some installers,unistallers ... iam afraid that some programs won't start after cleaning-deleting them._)
    so..is ity any way just to clean them without deleting them?
    Last edited by musictech; 2016-09-20 at 00:31.

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    Hello musictech,

    Quote Originally Posted by musictech View Post
    hi..
    i didn't have any security program before cause i use this machine only for music production work and don't use internet etc from it.

    i use the spybot free edition.i want to keep some files cause they are .exe files.(some installers,unistallers ... iam afraid that some programs won't start after cleaning-deleting them._)
    so..is ity any way just to clean them without deleting them?
    I cannot say with certainty, there isn't enough information to know how and when the issue started or the extent of any infection.

    "Win32/Jeefo is an old parasitic file-infector."

    A volunteer analyst might be able take a look at the system however I really need to ask again... what is your operating system please.

    It is also possible the cloud antivirus threw a false positive.

    You could upload the files to shed some light on that.
    VirusTotal - http://www.virustotal.com/

    Best regards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tashi View Post
    Hello musictech,



    I cannot say with certainty, there isn't enough information to know how and when the issue started or the extent of any infection.

    "Win32/Jeefo is an old parasitic file-infector."

    A volunteer analyst might be able take a look at the system however I really need to ask again... what is your operating system please.

    It is also possible the cloud antivirus threw a false positive.

    You could upload the files to shed some light on that.
    VirusTotal - http://www.virustotal.com/

    Best regards.

    i use win7 64 bit. iam sure that it it is not a false positive cause in the past one more antivirus found the same virus.

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    Hello musictech,

    You could start a new topic in the Malware Removal Forum

    If you choose to do so please see that forum's FAQ which includes instructions in post #2 on how to provide the logs from Farbar Recovery Scan Tool and aswMBR, which are the logs used in the preliminary analysis.

    http://forums.spybot.info/showthread.php?t=288

    Please provide a link to this thread and post your concerns in your new topic.

    This is before you run any tools that are used to remove infections. Please remember that part in case you are given a "fix" because we cannot take responsibility if an infection is removed. Removing malware is the reason users post in that forum. ;-)

    From the FAQ:
    "While best efforts are made to assist in removing infections safely, unexpected stuff can happen. It is advisable that you back up your important data before starting any clean up procedure. Neither Safer Networking Forums nor the Analyst providing the advice may be held responsible for any loss."

    Best regards.
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