Rootkit.Win32.TDSS.u!A2

  Pepper9 13:04 23 Dec 09
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A squared has detected the above and says it is high risk. It appears in the service pack folder\i386\atapi.sys - should I delete it or is it false?
Thanks
Phil

  Sea Urchin 13:11 23 Dec 09

Quarantine it - and let A-Squared recheck it next time you update.

If you find it is needed then you can reinstate it.

  Pepper9 13:13 23 Dec 09

Just seen that it also appears in the system32 dll cache and also in the system32 drivers

  Sea Urchin 13:24 23 Dec 09

Definitely quarantine it.

  Pepper9 13:27 23 Dec 09

Thanks Sea Urchin - will do!

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