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#1 lordseurek

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Posted 27 June 2010 - 05:55 PM

My wife has a new Acer (less than a year old) Vista laptop running Bitdefender Total Security 2009. It picked up a copy of trojan.generic.4331851. Bitdefender said it could not remove the threat and when I checked the virus listing on their website, it didn't even list that specific trojan.

She located the infected file, moved it to the recycling bin and deleted. Currently running a deep scan again, so far nothing. I personally don't think dumping the file in the bin and deleting is gonna work, sounds too easy. I am thinking that if I reboot this laptop, it will manifest itself again, but I know little about it.

In the Bitdefender Log, the object name path was:

C:\ProgramFiles\EgisTec\MyWinLocker 3\HTCA_SelfExtract.bin=](Embedded EXE o)

Anywho, any suggestions on what I should do next? I am worried to reboot without trying to resolve the issue first.

Thanks, Rob.

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