trojan dloader.w

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  1. foxshift

    foxshift Registered Member

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    I cannot remove the trojan dloader.w that has set up in my

    windows\system\bcifg3

    and

    windows\system\70uilm

    I cannot find a removal tool and can only see that Sophos has a fix but I am running Norton.

    can anyone help!

    @ o_O
     
  2. snowbound

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    you can run the sophos removal tool although you are running norton. ;)
     
  4. foxshift

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    Hey snowbound

    It was housecall that alerted me but was unable to clean it. I can try Panda but it seems to be embedded and I can't shake it.

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  5. snowbound

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    Can u run the Sophos removal tool as bigc suggested?



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  6. foxshift

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    I downloaded the removal tool from
    Sophos but can't find it. Will it run with out the Sopho software.

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    It should, asuming u can locate the download.


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  8. foxshift

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    No luck. Can't figure it out. anymore suggestions

    your help is appreciated

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  9. snowbound

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    Did u not want to try the general cleaning instructions? I know they are long but the success rate is high.

    If not, unfortunately as we don't supply Hijack cleaning help here anymore but u could could post a Hijackthis log in one of the forums in this link,

    https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?p=222776#post222776


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  10. foxshift

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    Sorry ... I am getting overwhelmed. Which general cleaning are you referring to?

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  12. foxshift

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    Thanks Snowbound

    I will give it a shot.

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  13. snowbound

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    Good.

    As i said, let us know the results.



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