Windows 10: Accidentally executed a suspicious Trojan/Snojan/Bitrep.A

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  1. Accidentally executed a suspicious Trojan/Snojan/Bitrep.A


    Hello, today I've downloaded an archive containing an .exe file that I executed in the first place into my secondary D: drive, the application was working fine, nothing happened. Then I moved the entire folder to C:\Programs, that triggered Windows Defender reporting a "Trojan:Bitrep.A" so I immediately removed it.
    I've done a full Malwarebytes, Windefender, Hitman Pro, Adwcleaner and Hijackthis scan, they have not reported anything, do I need to feel safe? Do you think is enough?

    :)
     
    djanthony93, Jan 10, 2018
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  2. Defender cannot remove trojans.

    Hi all, Currently running windows 10. Defender has detected 2 threats: Trojanwin32/sisproc!gmb and Trojanwin32/bitrep.a. I tried to clean up after scanning but the trojans have returned.

    How can I completely these severe threats.

    Thank's in advance.
     
    AlexRoss1969, Jan 10, 2018
    #2
  3. Gord J L Win User
    Trojan: Win 32/Bitrep.A

    OK, this is the file, but it doesn't show up if I do an admin level DOS search of the folder or

    a windows explorer view with options set to reveal system and hidden files.

    c:\program files (x86)\WinMend\Folder Hidden\BugFixer.exe

    I think I will uninstall Winmend and see if that gets rid of the notifications. Thoughts?
     
    Gord J L, Jan 10, 2018
    #3
  4. Accidentally executed a suspicious Trojan/Snojan/Bitrep.A

    What was the application? Maybe it was a false-positive.
     
    PolarNettles, Jan 11, 2018
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  5. djanthony93, Jan 11, 2018
    #5
  6. simrick Win User
    simrick, Jan 18, 2018
    #6
  7. Do it gather all my saved passwords I've put in my applications? Like Mail, Chrome, Steam...?
     
    djanthony93, Jan 18, 2018
    #7
  8. simrick Win User

    Accidentally executed a suspicious Trojan/Snojan/Bitrep.A

    If it was indeed a genuine infection, then yes, you have to assume the worst (including your password to log into the computer).
     
    simrick, Jan 18, 2018
    #8
  9. As long as I've put the archive in my seconday disk Defender triggered an moved it in quarantine, I executed the executable file in which the trojan was hiding but I was not able to understand if it was blocked or not. Anyway I'm gonna assume the worst. More information would be helpful as well.
     
    djanthony93, Jan 18, 2018
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  10. simrick Win User
    simrick, Jan 18, 2018
    #10
  11. vram Win User
    Upload the exe to virus total and see what it has to say.
     
  12. simrick Win User
    See post #3
     
    simrick, Jan 19, 2018
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  13. vram Win User

    Accidentally executed a suspicious Trojan/Snojan/Bitrep.A

    Sorry. It’s late *Smile
     
  14. simrick Win User
    LOL No prob - been there, done that.
     
    simrick, Jan 19, 2018
    #14
  15. Bat 1 Win User
    Can the OP do another VirusTotal on the file with it extracted ? Can't always see everything in a zipped file if the uploader is good enough.
     
    Bat 1, Jan 19, 2018
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