troj stilen.A

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  1. jperolm1

    jperolm1 Registered Member

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    Trend Micro's House Call found troj stilen.a (twice), html redir.a (three times), and troj sibocco.a (once) on my XP Pro OS that is on the C drive of a partitioned drive. I found responses to others having this troj stilen.a also; is there something a non-geek who knows very little can easily do to remedy the situation and avoid having to format the C drive? The troj stilen.a prevents me from downloading Eudora's email (my computer crashes when I try) and also prevents me from making a copy of a CD using my CD player and burner, maintaining that my blank disks are "full."
     
  2. snowbound

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    Hi jperolm1 :)

    Welcome to Wilders.

    Just follow the instructions here,

    https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=15913

    then post your HijackThis log in the hijack cleaning forums with a full description of your problem and one of the experts will give u recommendations on any Malware found.


    snowbound
     
  3. Sirzeke

    Sirzeke Guest

    I myself ran housecall and found Troj Stilen.A said it was non-cleanable.
    It should have gave a location as to where this Trojan is found, mine happen to be in C:\Windows\Temp\qFmd.exe.
    In order to rid of this, keep housecall in the back ground, do a ctrl+alt+delete and end task on on qFmd.exe and it will be gone.
    My personal anti-virus did not detect this trojan, neither did antigen, adaware,ect..
     
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