virus - bkdr_robobot.ae + other spyware

I run xp and thought my system protected by usual - AVG (I run this daily and it shows me as clear!)- Spybotsearch+destroy + spwareguard etc
BT openworld contacted me to say Id had a load of spam sent from my Ip address and on their advice I ran on line test from Trend Micro which then found the above
The instructions say I should terminate the prog. by opening task manager and ending process - but the message I get says the sytem wont let me do this
Has anyone else had this _ how can i get rid?
Should I buy Panda as I read that this might do trick but it will cost me
I have just run Panda on line test and the following are also there - but were not mentioned on the Trend Test - Panda did not come up with the same item Trend found!
Spyware:spyware/cydoor No disinfected C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\cd_clint.dll
spyware/betterinet
Spyware:spyware/dyfuca No disinfected C:\WINDOWS\STWSI

any help wanted please

  DieSse 00:09 04 Aug 05

Download the free trial (30days) of NOD32 click here and see how that does for you.

thanks for response but does their product cover this -it does not appear on their list of virus which are removed

  DieSse 00:35 04 Aug 05

Most AV programs will remove many tens of thousands of virusese - they will never list them all.

See here for jusy the recent updates click here

  p;3 00:56 04 Aug 05

aM wondering if it is worth your posting an HJT log on this specialist forum

click here; ;just an idea, and they can give your pc a good sweep to check for nasties in your log:)

although am rather curious to know why BT have apparently contacted you; is their mail genuine? and what e mail client do you use?

  p;3 01:01 04 Aug 05

and you can find the HJT program here click here

if I have gotten that right!

  DieSse 01:51 04 Aug 05

"The instructions say I should terminate the prog. by opening task manager and ending process"

Which process?

DieSse
csrss.exe is the one referred to - sorry I did not mention

  VoG II 23:27 04 Aug 05

Netsky click here

Run Stinger click here

  DieSse 00:02 05 Aug 05

I beleive those intructions to be incorrect - csrss.exe is a normal process. The Trend on-line scan itself doesn't throw it up as an error - so how can those instructions - the only one on the web - be right?

That's not to say the csrss.exe process can't be infected - but of itself it's not a problem.

Did you try NOD32? - it's a free trial.

  DieSse 00:03 05 Aug 05

The Trend on-line scan itself doesn't throw it up as an error - I did try it, BTW.

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