Have some sort of a rootkit which is triggered every time I use OneNote 2007. Various malware/virus/rootkit scanners have not been able to find the malware which triggers only when OneNote is used. Using OneNote predictably causes the malware/rootkit to repeatedly plant a Sirefef.N trojan which is recognized by the real-time security software (MSE), removed and then reappears. Tried uninstalling and reinstalling OneNote to no avail. Given this known cause/effect relationship between OneNote and the malware, how can one manually track the malware down which keeps eluding full scans by various anti-malware software?
Posting this in the Office2007/OneNote/WinXP forum as well as the Microsoft Security Essentials forum.