Got infected by pretty much a virus that was probably made the day of the infection. I predict this because I couldn't find even [B]one[/B] google result about the malware that I had, which is "windows smart security" that somehow changes itself to Registry Defender 2009 and Antivirus 2010, or both, randomly etc.\n\nIt wasn't until this morning someone on the net made a topic about it on CNET and even the suggestions someone gave on it to prevent the virus from disabling virus fighting programs like malwarebytes failed in my case. It didn't do anything (especially when he says to end the processes in task manager under the username that "doesn't make sense" [URL]http://forums.cnet.com/5208-6122_102-0.html?threadID=362760[/URL]) However what if I don't have this one weird username on my task manager? This is why this method fails.\n\nThis piece'o **** trojan has been disabling every possible attempt to remove it. EVERY single anti-malware program, even Stopzilla which claims to be uber in erasing viruses can't do anything to this thing.\n\nHowever when I installed Avast (which deleted the last trojan I had and I had the trojan for probably 5 minutes as opposed to 2 whole days of this bs) it asked me if I wanted it to do a scan after it reboots. Obviously I clicked yes, and this was the very method that got rid of the virus last time.\n\nHowever more bs, somehow my computer keyboard gets disabled (AND ALL OTHER USB DEVICES DON'T?!) so I can't even freaking delete the trojan when Avast detects it! What kind of garbage is this?\n\nAny help would be appreciated.