Cannot Delete TrojanClicker.Xone.A Trojan

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  1. ferdie76ers

    ferdie76ers Registered Member

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    hi there!

    i'm just a newbie in this forum, can anyone help me how to delete this TrojanClicker.Xone.A Trojan? my NOD32 detect it when i scan my pc, the quaratine in NOD32 appears like this,

    File Name Size Reason
    D:\FOUND011\FILE0354.CHK 40960 MSIL/TrojanClicker.Xone.A. Trojan
    D:\FOUND011\FILE0205.CHK 40960 MSIL/TrojanClicker.Xone.A. Trojan

    and where i can find this files, like FOUND011 in my windows?

    pls. someone can explain this to me, and how can i fix this problem?....

    Thanks in advance GUYS & GALS......
     
  2. Marcos

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    These are partially recovered files, please submit them to samples[at]eset.com with this thread's url in the subject.
     
  3. ferdie76ers

    ferdie76ers Registered Member

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    can you teach how to submit it?

    thanks for the replies marcos....
     
  4. Marcos

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    Just write a new email, attach the files to it and submit it to that address. I'd suggest that you zip it before and protect the archive with the password "infected" so that it's not removed by a mail server on its way.
     
  5. ferdie76ers

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    it means that i will rename the archive with "infected" words?

    thanks for the advice sir....
     
  6. COSMO26

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    http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx/kb/306531

    For Windows XP the above site tells you how to make a Compressed Folder (Zip) AND Password Protect the contents as requested. When you reach the Password creation step, that's where you'll enter "infected" (minus quotes) as the Password. I'd guess Vista is similar in steps, but Dbl Chk if you have it. Good luck. P.S. Renaming a Folder You create to put Files In is one thing; Renaming a File to Be Tested would be a No-No.
     
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