I while back, I was stupid enough to download a whole pack of variously infected software, and since then my McAfee All Access have kept detecting threats on my computer. On the initial installation of the package, it detected four trojan horses as the installation kept "fighting" with McAfee, trying to install the malware several times while McAfee tried to stop it; i could observe this on my screen as everytime the installation finished, McAfee notified me that a program tried to install a trojan horse which it then removed - and so the malware started all over again.
Apparently, McAfee did not get it all. In total I now have 2 PUP-removals and 7 virus-removals, and I am therefore afraid that there are still infected files around in my system that McAfee has not detected.
I am therefore asking your help to identify the Artemis in the headline, which is the latest virus that was suddenly detected this morning. If any information about the other viruses/PUPs could help on the analysis, please tell me.
Can you post the other detection names?
Scan with the scanners here
especially getsusp remembering to add your email addy to its preferences and stinger as well as Malwarebytes(Install only the free version and not the free pro trial. See what that gives and I will ask a lab tech re that detection.
Yes. Here are the Artemis numbers:
1. 903C06F02D54 (trojan horse). Name: psupport_install.exe
2. Same number as above, but with name: assistant_v3.exe
3. 6AA25FF36323 Name: custom.dll
Additionaly, there are these two, both of which classified trojan horses:
1. RDN/Generic Downloader.x!ip Name: agent2exe.
2. Same threat as above, but with name: helper_setup.exe
And these PUPs:
2. MegaSearchPlugin (I suspect this one is not related to the infected package mentioned in OP)
All of these have given no results in McAfees database or through online searching. Neither was I able to send them to McAfee - repeated attempts all resulted in "Connection with McAfee failed".
Will scan and post results. Thank you!