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Bho-ee And Bho-og


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#1 KCCoghlan

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Posted 27 December 2007 - 11:33 AM

Okay... I'm freaking out... If I can't get this solved today, I'm going to try to take my computer to computer Geeks, but surely getting rid of this is possible. I'm an online instructor, so my job depends on having a computer that runs well. Webroot's spy sweeper finds the Trojan BHO-EE on my computer and quarantines it, but it's there again at startup, so I know that I need to scan in safe mode. However, BEFORE spy sweeper found this, the trend-micro antivirus scanner found a virus called BHO-OG. It is in the file C://Windows/system32/certcl

I've tried deleting the file, and I've downloaded a million things. I've tried delete doctor, and a whole host of other programs that are supposed to delete files. I've also bought two different types of sweepers- spysweeper by webroot and spyware doctor.

Also- there's a little error message that comes on evertime that I get on the internet that says ' you're computer may be inmfected with spyware' that I do not dare click on.

Can you help me?? I can paste the logs from webroot!

Thanks in advance!

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