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    Item JYOMWB49.EXE.PART Threat Artemis!0D31CEFC2E3F (trojan)

    stephe

      On Saturday, November 12, 20011, my semi-weekly scheduled full scan

      turned up Item JYOMWB49.EXE.PART Threat Artemis!0D31CEFC2E3F (trojan)

      in C:\DOCUMENTS AND SETTINGS\STEVE\LOCAL SETTINGS\TEMP

       

      My McAfee Security report mentioned four trojans being found, but

      only the only the one was in quarantine.  I am assuming that the

      fact that the item's name ended in ".EXE.PART" means that it was

      a multi-part trojan.

       

      It is now Monday, November 14, 2011, and a Google search still

      turns up nothing for JYOMWB49.EXE.PART nor Artemis!0D31CEFC2E3F

       

      Is this a very new trojan that McAfee has yet to identify?

       

      If I go to Navigation Center, then to

      McAfee Quarantined And Trusted Items > Quarantined Items

      and click on Quarantined Items, it will take 15 seconds to show

      me results.

       

      If I click on Quarantined Potentially Unwanted Programs, McAfee

      freezes after 15 seconds, and stops responding.

       

      Inside Quarantined and Trusted Items, it says:

       

      "Quarantine is a secure area where suspect items are unable to

      harm your PC. You can delete, restore, or send them to McAfee for

      analysis. Trusted items will not be detected in future scans. 

      Learn More."

       

      When I click on Learn More, and then click on Send quarantined

      items to McAfee, I wind up at a Help page that says:

       

      "When McAfee quarantines items, it encrypts and isolates them in a

      folder to prevent the files, programs, or cookies from harming your PC.

       

      You can send quarantined items to McAfee, where they are analyzed to

      create filter updates. When you submit a quarantined item for analysis,

      you are given an ID number so that you can track your request on the

      McAfee website: webimmune.net.

       

      1 Open the Quarantined and Trusted Items page.

      2 Click Quarantined Items or Quarantined Potentially Unwanted

          Programs to display the list of quarantined threats. 

      3 From the list, select the item that you want analyzed, and click

      Send to McAfee."

       

      When I clicked on Send JYOMWB49.EXE.PART to McAfee I was not given

      any ID number that I know of.

       

      When I click on webimmune.net, I see this:

       

      "Attention: WebImmune will End Of Life on Dec 14th 2011.

      Please refer to KB50388 for alternative submission methods to send

      "samples to McAfee Labs."

       

      I would like to find out the severity level of the JYOMWB49.EXE.PART

      trojan and what -- if anything -- it left in my system.

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