OK, eset found only the dead bodies of malware we eliminated.
combofix went ape**** on you, because it found the principal threat that was on your computer - the ZeroAccess (Siresef) rootkit and needed some reboots to get rid of it.
ZA is a nasty piece of work, but it is gone now.
I recommend you change all relevant passwords.
As far as I can see, your computer is CLEAN
Time to uninstall used tools.
- Go to Start > Run and type or copy/paste Combofix /uninstall (note the space before the "/") (if you deleted combofix, you should download it again, so it can remove all stuff that it installed on your computer).
- Double click OTL.exe to run it again and click the CleanUp button.
- If we used any other tools and they still remain on your desktop, please delete them manually.
You need to install the latest version of Java
. Having the latest version is important to take advantage of fixes that have eliminated security vulnerabilities.
- Go to Start > Control Panel
- Double-click on Add or Remove Programs
- Look for entries that say Java, Java RunTime Environment or J2SE.
- Uninstall all of them that are not named Java (TM) 7 Update 5
After doing this, you can go to java.com
, click on Free Java Download
and proceed from there to install the latest version of Java (currently Version 7 Update 5).
After installing Java, go to Start
> Control Panel
to open the Java Control Panel.
Under the General
tab, Temporary Internet Files
, then click Delete Files
Select both options and click OK
to delete the Java cache.
Note: only install Java 64-bit if you use a 64-bit browser (which I think you do not).
for some final recommendations that may help you to stay clean.