When I've tried to process the Trojan, I have had 70 GB of free space in the disk. Also I've got 4 GB of RAM that I think should be enough.
About Windows defender, it is installed and lets me know that my computer is running normally.
I tried to use Ad-Aware (Aniversary Edition) yesterday to deal with the Trojan, and he or didn't find it, or couldn't process it (eventough it (Ad-Aware) said that he managed to fix all of the problems that he found).
Something that I discovered a minute ago: the Trojan does appear in the virus chest, but Avast also finds it as a Trojan in his scan.
False detections are possible, particularly if Avast is the only one finding it.
Alright, I agree that falst detections are possibles, but the computer I think that works slower that he it worked before of the Trojan appearance.
I won't blame Avast, but when I tested it on a system that isn't very powerful (P4 2.8, Vista 32-bit and 2 GB), it slowed down the computer quite a bit and I quickly uninstalled it. I noticed the same issue on an even less powerful laptop. Why not disable Avast for a few minutes to see if it helps?
I'm sure that the problem isn't with Avast. I have a good computer (I think) 4 GB 160 GB internal disk, Core 2 duo E4500. before the opening of the installation file that was infected (the game's installation file, as written in the main post) the computer worked just fine, afterwards it started to work slowly, and all the sympthoms I mentioned before.
Then your only options are:
1. Find a tool that will clean up your system (not successful so far); 2. Restore from the last backup if the system wasn't yet infected; 3. Complete reinstall.
1. Actually I'm using a combination of a few tools and I think that they do a pretty good job.
2. As I mentioned in the main post the Trojan I think erased all the restore points.
3. What do you mean in "Complete reinstall"?
A complete reinstall means starting from scratch. Restoring from the last known good backup (assuming that you have one) is the easiest solution.
Did Avast give you the file path of the infection?
You can use online scanners which use multiple AV engines to give you a more complete assessment of the suspect file.
If you have the file path and the infected file name handy can you post it also. You can post the online scan log too if you wish.
If you use one of the above sites you will need to browse to the file and upload it.
Thank you. I will do it in the next few hours.
Free, you run it once and it's pretty darn powerful and thorough, it saved my ass a few times.
Malwarebytes, is a program that I'm using for a long time, and it doesn't recognize the Trojan.
Probably because it's not a Trojan then. You could just try to delete it yourself I guess. I think Trojans are one of the few forms of malware that can simply be deleted, unlike viruses. Don't quote me on that though.
Avast gives you 3 options. 1-Move to Chest, which doesn't work. 2-Move to Recycle Bin, I didn't try this. 3-Delete. I deleted it and have had no problems so far. Avast said it had been deleted successfully.