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A Trojan Called Muldrop

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#1 Sensual1


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Posted 25 October 2006 - 01:18 PM

Hi Can someone tell me how I can remove Muldrop from my PC? :thumbsup: I don't like hi and I didn't invite him :flowers:

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#2 boopme


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Posted 25 October 2006 - 11:03 PM

Welcome to BC Sensual1
Try theses first
I'll assume you are using XP or 2000.
Install AVG Antispyware, then run in SAFE MODE. This may take quite some time, an hour or so, depending on speed and infection How to start Windows in Safe Mode

First go here and print out the instructions on install / scan with AVG

Be sure to check for the any updates to the programs after you install these.
Download and run ( formerly known as ewido) AVG Antispyware 7.5

Following these instructions Download and run Spybot Search & Destroy 1.4 (with out tea timer option)

Download and run SUPERAntispyware, free version Home User

Now Run Windows OneCare Live
Be sure to click ONLY on the grey box below the picture of a wrench “Full Service Scan”
Again this may take some time especially it it needs to defragment the drive.
Please post back with any questions and results
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#3 Sensual1

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Posted 28 October 2006 - 10:39 AM

Hi sorry It took so long to reply I've been away for a while.

I performed all of the scans suggested and this time they found nothing at all. Before I did this I removed a lot of unecessary files and programs from my PC and tried to give it a thorough clean out before I started I started I don't know if this had anything to do with it.

I have only one concern now when I log on a "found new hardware" box comes up for a TCPIP patcher or something like that I haven't installed any new hardware so I refused for it to add the new hardware. would you have any idea what this is? And why it's coming up now? :thumbsup:

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