I followed a story link on a news site and...wham...a rogue antivirus trojan climbs on board. NOD identified it as a "variant of Win32/Kryptik.EQB trojan" and cut the connection and quarantined it. However, it's still all over my main pc (on the backup pc atm). SuperAntispyware IDed it as a "rogue antivirus program," and gave me the option to remove it. I did so, but upon rebooting I still have it in a big way. I can't do anything with it. I cut my internet connection and tried a system restore, but the trojan won't let me do a restore....or much of anything else. Any suggestions? Also, why is NOD32 unable to deal with this virus? My OS is XP SP3. Thanks for any info.