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I need help removing a trojan horse virus

Posted 7/17/2004 1:49 AM
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Karin Member

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My Norton AntiVirus detected a Trojan Horse virus. I am running Win 98 sec.edition. It told me to do a backup of the registry (scanregw), however that is one of the infected files that norton has quarantined. I don't want to do a regedit without backing up first. Then norton is suggesting I delete all infected files. I don't want to screw up my new computer. Please help. :freaked:
Posted 7/17/2004 12:41 PM
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eagle Advanced member

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Hi Karin,

you can go ahead and delete the infected file you need to make sure you have a clean registry before you back it up,so do that first and then do what norton tells you.

Eagle :smilewinkgrin:
Posted 7/17/2004 3:47 PM
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lp80 Member

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i have also just got a trojan horse on my computer infecting ATLRT32.exe. any idea on how to get rid of it?
Posted 7/17/2004 7:05 PM
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eagle Advanced member

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You can delete it manually like karin.

do it from the regedit.

Eagle :smilewinkgrin:
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