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#1 jasicano


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Posted 29 March 2007 - 04:52 PM

hi everyone, the other day suddenly appeared a box saying that the connection will fail in .......and started a countdown, I noticed an isass32 something in there, then an icon appeared (D access)on the sys tray, and my connection icon disappeared, D access had taken over. what happened? how could I have cought this malware considering a have NOD32 updated antivirus? I have then sistem restored my pc and deleted all the temps, installed ad aware,but I am not sure I got rid of it. can you help me find it? and protect me in future?

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Posted 30 March 2007 - 02:55 AM

The answer to your problem is already catalogued in this site. Click the top tab " Startup List" and search for isass32. It's all there.

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