Posted 16 February 2009 - 05:05 AM
I have a 20,000 message archive in Mozilla-Eudora, and was able to remove all of the viruses except for one when moving to a new computer. According to Kapersky there are 6 instances of Trojan-Spy.HTML.Fraud.gen in the inbox archive (not a current mailbox). This was called something else by Bitdefender but it no longer finds it upon scanning.
Have tried avg scan, bitdefender online scan, kapersky online scan, panda and fsecure online scans, as well as spybot, cc cleaner and hijack this. Also tried going through and deleting all the individual spam messages, first focusing on the ones with attachments and then going through them 1 by 1.
Got it down to 1 message popping up on the virus scan, but now it says there are 6. I have Eudora set to ask before it connects to the internet as well as the firewall set to ask for permission, but the viruses keep replicating in the older mail folder despite it being compacted.
Let me know if you have heard of Trojan-Spy.HTML.Fraud.gen, or if you have any suggestions for removal. Will run a few more scans and post the virsus details if they have a different name for it.