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Bla Trojan & Bloodhound.exploit.6


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#1 C0lleen

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Posted 14 July 2007 - 07:23 PM

I'm running windows xp professional. I occasionaly get pop up notifications from Norton stating a Bla Trojan has been blocked. Does this mean it is on my system?

Nortan also informed that Bloodhound.Exploit.6 was found on the computer and even though it said it repaired the file I'm concerned it may still be there. I don't quite trust Norton.

I have one more problem. I'm constantly getting a beep from the computer telling me that something new has been plugged into one of my usb ports. Sometimes it tells me multiple items have been plugged into different ports. I have nothing new plugged into anything. What would cause this?? Is someone else accessing my computer remotely?

I've tried other virus scanners but they've found nothing. I have hijack this but I don't know how to determine a good file from a bad one. I don't know what to do at this point, any help is appreciated.

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#2 Commander Gman

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Posted 14 July 2007 - 07:34 PM

have hijack this but I don't know how to determine a good file from a bad one.

You can rather post your log (copy/paste)in the HJT Analysis Forum if you prefer experts handling the issue :thumbsup:

I don't quite trust Norton

Well there are other alternatives like Avast,Nod32,AVG,Trend Micro
They are good to try

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Posted 14 July 2007 - 08:06 PM

:3 Thanks, I'll post that log and see what happens.




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