Virus Norton didn't detect "win32/delf.fr trojan"

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by balbane, Jun 13, 2003.

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  1. balbane

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    Well NOD detected a win32/delf.fr trojan that norton didn't. The file is svced.exe located in the system32 folder....I'm not sure what to do with it and I couldn't find any support issues on their site for it...any ideas? Thanks in advance.

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    -BB.
     
  2. Madsen DK

    Madsen DK Registered Member

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    Hi bb
    Cant you clean or quarantine it, or am i not getting it right o_O o_O
    Nod got it NAV didnt, well whats the problem?
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    Ole
     
  3. Paul Wilders

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    Please submit the file to Eset for examination.

    Thanks in advance,

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  4. balbane

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    The file sort of, well I deleted it. I searched and svced isn't a windows component it's just part of the trojan....Sorry but thanks guys.

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    -BB.
     
  5. balbanebeoulve

    balbanebeoulve Registered Member

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    This is balbane and I keep getting the same problem. NOD32 says I have win32/delf in the system volume information. I have a quarantine of it....but when I scan my whole computer nothing pops up...only sometimes it detects this...Please tell me how I can fix this..Thanks in advance.

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  6. Paul Wilders

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    Hi bal...

    Please tell us what O/S you do have installed/in use.

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    paul
     
  7. balbanebeoulve

    balbanebeoulve Registered Member

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    Windows XP home edition.
     
  8. controler

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    Windows Me and up with keep a copy of everything you download
    in that system volume information folder and no matter how many times you try to delete the file when you reboot windows wil always replace it . The only way to get around that is to turn system restore off
    one thing though,, some systems lose and points you have saved as restore points when you turn off system restore. Those files kept in System Volume Information can't hurt anything anyway.

    con
     
  9. jan

    jan Former Eset Moderator

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    Hi balba,

    have you seen our FAQ about System restore?

    Rgds., :)

    jan
     
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