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Trojans & Worms

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#1 dryman


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Posted 15 November 2006 - 11:59 AM

Within the last few days, I stupidly opened 2, maybe 3 malicious files while surfing about DVD Burning programs, I now have a trojan connected with 1 file named something like C/corrupt-O-U-lead DVD movie factory 5 plus new link exe, and a worm connected to a program under a file name of tmpg DVD Author zip, I also have something called a trojan Horse Dropper Generic D2D.
I have Windows XP, and have Norton Protection, and AVG Free edition, both of these diagnose the problem but cannot remove or delete them.
I ran The Autoruns program by Sysinternals, which was on your tutorials web page, but I could not find any of the above, So I am stuck with these things for the moment, with my screen constantly flashing warnings by both Norton and AVG, and my Wife is going ballistic about losing her files !
Any help will be very much appreciated, so I can get myself out of this hole that I have made !

Regards Dryman :thumbsup:

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#2 SpiritWind


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Posted 15 November 2006 - 02:58 PM

:thumbsup: Hi :

As a 1st and hopefully last try, I recommend you install the FREE version of
"SUPERantispyware" from http://www.superantispyware.com . After installing,
should "Update" its "Definition Files", then run its "Full Scan" .
So your bloatware Norton program did NOT protect you !?

Edited by SpiritWind, 15 November 2006 - 02:59 PM.

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