Virus not detected after execution, but find in original exe.

WARNING THE ATTACHED FILE IS A VIRUS! DOWNLOAD AT YOUR OWN RISK!

I found an aimbot for Halo PC.

(For those having problems getting past gaming ethics I only downloaded it to ■■■■■ with people that used the aimbot program against me.)

Once downloaded I executed it once the file disappeared, never to be seen again…

As you try to execute Halo.exe it tries to access your monitor, keyboard and other devices directly, if you decline it freezes you computer and forces it to reboot.

Comodo was able to find the virus in .exe form in the rar file I uploaded; but Comodo still does not have the ability to find this bug after it’s been executed.

I’ve also uninstalled Halo, checked for all bad processes, services, and users. Scanned my computer with MalwareBytes, Comodo, WindowsDefender, cCleaner. Checked startup services and programs, no problems visually detected. All programs reported my computer to be clean.

I reinstalled Halo and the bug is back with a vengeance taking over my computer. Restore points can not be used I receive restore point failures.

MS Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
AMD Sempron Processor LE-1300, 2GB RAM, nVidia Geforce GT 240

Link removed by Moderator please do not post links to a Virus on the Forum

Please do not post malware on the forum.

Upload it to Virustotal, CIMA, and Anubis and include a link to the results.

If someone asks for it you can PM them the file, but do not post it on the forum.

Please remove the download from your post.

Having said that since I did download it here are the results. ;D

Virustotal:
http://www.virustotal.com/analisis/ca776fee614df7dcca26cbeea23e3638f8c92a33553f78d97ca7f7538a12819c-1273797553

CIMA:
http://camas.comodo.com/cgi-bin/submit?file=ca776fee614df7dcca26cbeea23e3638f8c92a33553f78d97ca7f7538a12819c

Anubis:
http://anubis.iseclab.org/?action=result&task_id=1516c5eaf11bce2b4bd70d4e74b2655ee&format=html

I should also note that CIS detected it for me both inside and outside the .rar. As soon as I opened it Comodo quarantined it. I had to disable the AV just to upload it. I’m not sure what happened on your computer, but mine recognized it just fine.

On another note, if your computer’s still acting strange check this out:
What You Need To Know About Removing Infections and Securing Your Computer.