My son's experiment with Net_Devil

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    Win32/NetDevil.10.B trojan (as identified by NOD the next morning after I came home from work and did the morning scan, that is).

    Now, since NOD couldn't fix the trojan - how do I get rid of it? Supposedly, the boys only d/l'ed it and didn't set it up.

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    Sorry if I'm asking the obvious: When you empty your trashcan, do the RECYCLER ones still show up after that?
     
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    Yup. Pete
     
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    Can't get it to buy the RECYCLER part (in either upper or lower case).
     

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    Try scanning your pc in save mode. Maby Nod32 can delete the files then.
     
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    > Win32/NetDevil.10.B trojan (as identified by NOD the next morning after I came home from work and did the morning scan, that is).

    > Now, since NOD couldn't fix the trojan - how do I get rid of it? Supposedly, the boys only d/l'ed it and didn't set it up.

    Have you tried to delete it with the on-demand scanner ?

    Occasionally files (and more often, folders) in the NTFS Recycler can be a bit problematical. I've had a few myself which just didn't want to go away. BCWipe from Jetico has always worked for me.
     
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    Hi Pete,

    yes - pls. delete it with the NOD32 on-demand scanner.

    Cheers, :)

    jan
     
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    > Can't get it to buy the RECYCLER part (in either upper or lower case).

    The correct syntax would be C:\Recycler ... but type it at the C:\> prompt.

    (I don't think attributes are the problem.)
     
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    Thank you everyone.

    Rod - BCWipe finally got it. In the middle of a full scan right now with NOD (pretty sure it's gone, though - it only took a couple of minutes into the scan before the warning notification popped up before).

    Anyhow, going offline now to finish scanning and do comp maintenance, just wanted to thank everyone. Pete
     
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