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TR\FraudPack.anml detected in SVI


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#1 kyhick

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Posted 12 March 2010 - 11:25 AM

I use Windows XP Professional. I had "XP Internet Security 2010" popups last week but didn't open any of the popups although I did click on the "X" in the popup to close the windows at first, then used "ALT-F4" to close them. I use Avira AntiVir Personal, the free version. While trying to manually clean the registry using "regedit" I screwed up and made it impossible to open most of my programs. I know, I'm an idiot. Then I had no choice but to run the Recovery program. After that I ran numerous scans. Some "av.exe" files were detected in C:\Documents and Settings, but these were quarantined. I haven't had any more problems but while looking at the "Events" folder in my antivirus program a little while ago I saw several notices where "TR\FraudPack.anml" trojan was denied access several times yesterday. It is apparently in the SVI files. I can't create a new restore point because I just ran the recovery program. I don't have Malwarebytes. Should I worry about trying to remove this or just let it go? Right now I'm not having any problems.

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