Remove stubborn undeletable malwares

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by uc-icq, Feb 23, 2007.

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  1. uc-icq

    uc-icq Registered Member

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    Have you ever run into situations where your antivirus fails to delete a stubborn, persistent virus or trojan that recurs after system reboot?

    If so, try out UNLOCKER, which removes stubborn undeletable files for you.
    Great for removing those files when everything else fails. Finally get rid of the nasty hangers and go Wooo Hooo! Unlocker is a freeware, which means you can use it for as long as you like for free!

    Home page and download links

    Works great with NOD32 for rootkit removal! Highly recommended!
     
  2. ASpace

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    Unlocker is good , but there are other better ;)

    You can also try NOD32's UnDll and The Avenger ;)
     
  3. Marcos

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    It depends, a computer got restarted when I tried to unlock a dll injected in winlogon.exe, that's also a reason why NOD32 does not do that though it'd be nice.
     
  4. uc-icq

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    I appreciate your comments, Hi-tech and Marcos. NOD32's certainly a great antivirus, and I'm very satisfied with it. In my opinion it'd be even perfect if it could further enhance rootkit removal capabilities, despite technical difficulties...

    Anyway I have a noob question: where can I get those two little tools that you've mentioned, Hi-tech? Thanks again
     
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  6. uc-icq

    uc-icq Registered Member

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    Got it, thumbs up:D
     
  7. uc-icq

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    That'd be what the doctor ordered. thanks a bunch
     
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