Thanks for the beer.
Although you didn't post a copy of attach.txt, from the looks of your logs, you are indeed rid of Funmoods. You can delete the Junk Removal Tool from your desktop and do the following to uninstall AdwCleaner:
Please do the following to uninstall AdwCleaner.
- Double-click AdwCleaner.exe to run the tool.
- Click Uninstall
- Confirm with yes
A major source of infection these days is third-party programs, particularly Java and Adobe products. From the SecurityCheck log, it does not appear that you have any of the leftover Java version 6 or old on your computer but you do need to update Java to the current release. It is severely out of date. Please get the latest update to Oracle Java from here: http://java.com/en/download/manual_v6.jsp
Next comes Adobe Reader which is currently at version XI. If you choose to continue using Adobe Reader, you can get the latest version here: Download Adobe Reader
. Personally, I switched to Sumatra PDF
several years ago and found it works great.
Finally, Firefox is currently at version 17.0.1. You can easily update by clicking "Help" from the Firefox menu at the upper left of the browser window, then pick "About Firefox."
Having a firewall, anti-virus and anti-malware software are not enough. You also need to stay current with security updates. If you don't have your computer set to automatically install the Microsoft Security Updates, please check for updates now.
To check if your system is missing security updates or has insecure applications, install Secunia Personal Software Inspector
or, alternatively, visit http://secunia.com/software_inspector/
. The Secunia Software Inspector runs through your browser with no installation or download required and does the following:
- Detects insecure versions of applications installed
- Verifies that all Microsoft patches are applied
- Assists you in updating your system and applications
My favorite security software is WinPatrol which includes the features described at http://www.winpatrol.com/features.html
Please confirm that you computer is back to "normal" and let me know if you have any questions.