I got a rogue antivirus on my desktop computer yesterday, which is fun because i've been having virus issues on my laptop also. I got the rogue program removed using a bleepingcomputer guide, but now AVG shows me constant (about once every 2-3 minutes) "Threat detected" warnings, that the file name C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\wmpscfgs.exe is infected with "Trojan horseSHeur3.BXZ" If I don't click "move to vault" or "heal" within a few minutes, the window will change to a detailed view of multiple threats with that file name listed as being infected. If I do remove/heal the infection, the same thing just happens again within a few minutes.
When I try to move/heal when there are multiple instances of the file listed, it will remove the most recent one but say "the specified file is not found" when trying to delete the original one.
Other than this problem, the computer is running great. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. You guys have helped me constantly and a thoughtful tech is helping with my laptop as we speak, this seems like a less serious problem since I can manage the problem using AVG, but it is very annoying and makes me think if I make one wrong move I'll get another rogue program.
running a Dell Dimension E510
Windows XP Service Pack 3
Edited by fredp333, 04 March 2010 - 01:37 PM.