Trojans

Discussion in 'malware problems & news' started by grl69, Jun 17, 2005.

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  1. grl69

    grl69 Registered Member

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    Hi - I've collected a couple of Trojans that the Norton Antivirus '02 can't repair, quarantine or delete - is this the right forum to sort the problem?
     
  2. dog

    dog Guest

    Hi grl69, ;)

    I'll move your thread to the Trojans and Backdoors sub-forum where it will receive better attention.

    Could you please provide us the details about the trojans and also your operating system.

    Regards,

    Steve
     
  3. grl69

    grl69 Registered Member

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    Ta -

    the trojans are:

    Download.Trojan on 2 files:

    C/eied_s7.cab (listed twice by Norton)

    Operating system is XP Professional 2002 with SP2
    Norton Antivirus 2002
    Firewall is ZoneAlarm Plus
    Other security is Spybot S&D, MRUblaster & SSS

    Regards
     
  4. dog

    dog Guest

    Hi,

    A quick google indicates it's linked to a malware activeX control. Could you please post a Hijack This log at Castle Cops <- This link will take you to the proper forum. Please read their guidelines and instructions before posting a Hijack This Log HERE

    Sorry we no longer process HJT Logs, but Castle Cops does an excellent job and you'll receive all the help you will require. Please do let us know how it goes.

    Good Luck :)

    Steve
     
  5. richrf

    richrf Registered Member

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    You may want to tryout the free Ewido download for confirmation:

    http://www.ewido.net/en/download/

    There may be other malware on your system since you are using a rather old version of Norton. There are also free online versions of AV/ATs available, e.g. Bitdefender, McAfee, Kaspersky.

    Rich
     
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