"audabmphmof.exe is trying to access trusted zone"

papariccardo, Mar 4, 7:54am
...says ZoneAlarm. Google doesn't know that string of letters. I'm currently using windows movie maker to capture video from a handycam. Denying it doesn't seem to stop anything. Should I completely block it - i.e "remember this setting" or just continue hitting deny when it appears. Now 3 times in 2 hrs.

blenheim-trader, Mar 4, 7:56am
search for audabmphmof.exe on your system and check the properties of file.


papariccardo, Mar 4, 7:57am
Ta. Doing that now.

blenheim-trader, Mar 4, 8:06am
I would block it for now and if it doesn't cause problems leave it blocked.
Run Malwarebytes and your virus scanner to be on safe side,

papariccardo, Mar 4, 8:08am
Sweet, will do. Frikken antimalware GO is still lurking in my system, blocked by avira, but tries to run every startup.

blenheim-trader, Mar 4, 8:12am
Automated Removal Instructions for AntiMalware Go using Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware:

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/virus-removal/remove-antimalware-go

ro42, Mar 4, 8:26am
Trojan.Win32.Tdss.auda???

papariccardo, Mar 4, 9:03am
Yeah, I posted that very link earlier this week. I haven't yet run rkill in safe mode, got to record 34hrs of video before Sunday 9pm. Not a lot of sleep ahead!I'll run it monday.

drcspy, Mar 4, 8:30pm
capturing from a movie cam has NOTHING to do with either your local network or the internet

blenheim-trader, Mar 5, 8:06am
I would block it for now and if it doesn't cause problems leave it blocked.
Run Malwarebytes and your virus scanner to be on safe side,

blenheim-trader, Mar 5, 8:12am
Automated Removal Instructions for AntiMalware Go using Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware:

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/virus-removal/remove-antimalware-go

ro42, Mar 5, 8:26am
Trojan.Win32.Tdss.auda!

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