Can't Clean Infiltration

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by Ryan Hayward, Jul 29, 2005.

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  1. Ryan Hayward

    Ryan Hayward Registered Member

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    IMON cannot clean this infiltration. Please, use NOD32 program for Windows NT/2000/XP/2003 platform.
    I am using Nod32 for XP !
    I deleted the file though using Nod32, should this be enough ?

    Win32 Hybris Worm - From hahaha.sexyfun.net ( snow white message )

    Its funny as Nod32 alerted me about this virus before I had even downloaded the email that had the virus.
    I certainly have not clicked on the attachment that came with the email ( using Mozilla Thunderbird )

    Was Nod32 only asking me what to do , or has the file infected my 'puter ?
     
  2. ronjor

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    Ryan

    What does the threat log tell you?
     
  3. Ryan Hayward

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    It just says " contained infected files "
    The name of the file and that it was an email.
     
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    If you deleted the file, it's gone. You can always do an in-depth analysis scan to be sure.

    Since NOD knows the virus, it won't be going anywhere.
     
  5. Ryan Hayward

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    Yep, did a full scan then and no infected files.
    It certainly scans very quickly & the way it alerted me before I had even downloaded the email is brilliant.
    I'm glad I chose this product !
     
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  7. Ryan Hayward

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    Thanks for this !
    BTW, I never even notice Nod32 running in the background, must be very low on the system resources.
    Lets not even mention Norton Anti-virus :D
     
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    But you did!! LOL

    Cheers,
     
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