Trojan:Win32/Osam!rts feedback


  • Hey,

    Don't think it's not out in the wilds already.  MSE found it on my computer after downloading SIW 2011 (System Information for Windows) file.  As soon as I clicked on the file to download, MSE popped up and the threat was detected.  AI had to either Quarantine, Remove or Allow the threat or I couldn't do nothing on the computer.

    I downloadede the program from CNET, and the authors website.  I sent the file to MS, and they said they checked it and found nothing there, and I also contacted the author directly who informed that it was virus free.

    I also use Avast, Iobit Malware Fighter, Windows Firewall, SpyBot, TeaTimer, and whatever other programs similtaneously for ultimate protection, and I have never had a trojan or virus or anything get through them before.  Alll these programs, and it was only MSE that detected it.

    I selected to remove the threat in MSE, BUT... now, it keeps showing up on my system whether I click on that particular program I downloaded or not.  AND, it keeps showing up in the same place!!  It shows up in file:C:\Windows\Temp\_avast_\unp*********.tmp files.  The *'s I put here are actually numbers in the TMP file, always diffrent numbers, but always 9 numbers after the UNP.  That is the only place it shows up, but avast did not find it, MSE did!!!

    I even tried to find the TMP files using Windows Explorer, but they don't show anything in the _avast_ folder except a text document called Webslock, and that shows 0 bytes in size.

    I just got this thing yesterday, did not have nothing before then, but now I can't get rid of it when I click Remove in MSE.  It just keeps coming back, and I don't know if it's doing anything or not.

    I again sent Microsoft the files to let them check them out, but I'm not sure the trojan is in there.  I did scans with several different programs, and they chow up clean... EVEN with MSE if I scan the file directly.

    Go figure!!



    Saturday, July 02, 2011 5:05 PM

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    Thursday, July 21, 2011 9:31 PM
  • I'm also having exaclty the same problem. What I have found was that the unp*****.tmp files are needed to avast and they are relater with avast scans / unpacking MSE is the only one antivirus that detects a trojan on it, so i guess its a false positive. try to remove avast and all its parts with avast uninstall utility, (Usefull when you have millions of unp*.tmp files) but that wont fix the MSE alerting.. so  i guess i  have to tell MSE to allow those files >.<

    Sunday, December 11, 2011 5:04 PM