Recently, I encountered the Bankferfoxa virus on my computer. I call Best Buy for a customer service number, and they gave me the following number:
877-314-3518 which refers to Yogi.net
From the session with Yogi.net, I restarted the computer, pressed F8 a few times, went into safe mode, started a McAfee scan. I did this a few times, and the computer would turn off. This happened a few times. Eventually, restarting the computer, I found no sign of Bankerfoxa.
Some of the problems that turned up.
MMC could not create snapin
Windows Update Problem
HP Advisor has stopped working
These problems seem to fit into the overall categories of:
Some of the junk files included:
Windows Log Files
Flash Player Cache
Media Player Cache
Ms Managment console cache
inconsistencies detected in the system registr, which could be invalid or corrupt or unwanted entries for systems files might not even be present
Type libraries 26
Shared DLLs: 20
Directed me to call 1-800-237-2901
Moved to Malware Discussion > Home User Assistance.
Before doing anything else please read this McAfee article: Required Reading - Home User Assistance, Malware Troubleshooting
If you can isolate the malware that isn't being detected you can try submitting it to McAfee Laboratories.
McAfee are also developing a new anti-malware tool to help the fight against malware called 'GetSusp'. It can be downloaded from their private group: GETSUSP
Membership is required. You can also discuss it in that group and provide feedback.
If that doesn't help then I can suggest other external tools.
There is no such virus as "Bankerfox.a". If you have seen a message informing you that your PC has been infected by this "virus" then what you have been infected by is a fake anti-virus program which is trying to scare you into paying to have this "problem" removed.
Please see this document for more information.
As for the rest of your post, perhaps I missed something. What was the question?