When I booted my computer, my firewall/virus protection software (I use Zone Alarm) told me that my computer had been infected with a high risk trojan.win32.monderb.fus and recommended I 'rename' it (don't know what that is) since the quarantine failed (all this time, my computer was lagging like noting else and I'm assuming the trojan is the cause of that). the 'renaming' failed, so then it told me to delete it. that failed to, and finally it told me to 'delete on reboot'. I selected that, and after rebooting, the whole process restarted (which leads me to assume that the delete on reboot failed as well
). it seemed to be trying to restrict my opening of a web browser (although that might just be on an account of the lagging, I couldn't say), so I'm right now on my brother's computer doing this.
Please reply if any one has some idea of what I can do to get rid of this. I know enough about computers to manage files, run programs and MS office apps effectively, etc., but I don't know anything about programming. My firewall costs a fortune and in the years I've had it, nothing has ever penetrated it that I haven't been able to delete on the spot.