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help java/exploit.agent.pej.trojan

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#1 likishi84


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Posted 11 August 2013 - 12:46 PM

hi i am running a eset scan on my sisters computer in safe mode and it has come up with a few threats will try and copy and paste whats on her screen and pot up but here are the threats coming up 


a variant of java/exploit.agent.pej trojan x2 


a variant of win32/bunndle application 


4 x a variant of win32/hiddenstart.a.application 


a bit about the system it is a dell n5030 with windows 7 64 bit os 


any help gratefully received 



thanks in advance 


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Posted 11 August 2013 - 01:16 PM

You have a properly posted request here: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/504037/help-javaexploitagentpejtrojan/

Please do not cross post the same issue across multiple forums. This only leads to confusion for yourself and those trying to help you. It sometimes leads to conflicting information when trying to follow directions from multiple sources.

Please be patient and someone will reply to you. This topic is closed. I also deleted the duplicate in Malware Removal forum.

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