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#1 cluelesstoo


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Posted 28 January 2010 - 10:11 AM

I was looking up the items listed under processes in windows task manager on a site called process library. com and it says that isass.exe is a trojan and should be disabled and removed. I downloaded Ad-Aware Pro, however it didn't find the program. I then tried turning on the computer in safe mode, but it wouldn't work so I tried using bootsafe (superantispyware) and that didn't work. I noticed that in the task manager the mem usage for isass. jumped from 1200 to 29,000 at that time. It's now back to about 1200.

I just downloaded regitstrybooster and am running that and it doesn't look too good at the moment. I was wondering if this program is good and should I do what it recommends? Will it allow me to remove this isass trojan? If not, any help would be appreciated.

Thank you

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