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Swizzor.gen

Posted 3/20/2007 4:29 AM
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im pretty techinclly !!!!!!ed so i havent got a cle what this is apart from its a trojan virus thats all i know.. i was wonder if anyone could help me out here! iv ran a scan on my computer and it came back with 3 trojan swizzor.gen what is this and how can i get rid of them???.. help me please!!
Posted 3/20/2007 5:29 AM
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Hello :smile:




Let´s start with a hijackthis log -




1. Get this version of Hijackthis from https://danborg.org/spy/hjt/alternativ.exe

2 Save it in a permanent folder of your choice, such as C:\HJT\. To create this specific folder on your hard drive: Double click the 'My Computer' icon on your desktop, then under the category hard disk drives: double click Local Disk:, then select file->New -> Folder and name it HJT

3 Run hijackthis. (alternativ exe).

Choose the "Do a system scan and save a log file" option to perform your scan.

HijackThis will analyze your system, and automatically open a notepad textfile containing the HijackThis log when the scan is finished.

Open the text files containing the logs with a text editor and click Edit -> Select All, followed by Edit -> Copy.
From within the browser window and with the message body text box selected, click Edit -> Paste.

Post hijackthis log here

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Do not PM me with logfiles. They will be deleted.


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