These files are on all our public library computers. They all return a second after they are deleted from the root of every drive. They wreak havoc with our Symantec Antivirus process, which cannot do anything with them.
The autorun.inf file forces any inserted flash drive or attempt to open any HD to go to the Open With Program box, thereby preventing access through explorer.exe.
Anybody know how to permanently get rid of these guys?
I searched the Symantec database and as expected, d0ijmm.cmd and ovody aren't there, which proves my point about the time lag between the day a virus is put into the wild and the day it's signature makes it into the AV databases.