win32/qhost trojan and a variant of win32/agent.NSH.trojan

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  1. gadry

    gadry Registered Member

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    I have nod antivirus installed, updated, windows 7

    my nod32 can't remove win32/qhost trojan and a variant of win32/agent.NSH.trojan.
    the file hosts (windows/system32/drivers/etc/hosts) is moved each second in the quarantine, but with no effect.
    How can I remove this virus and what informations do you requiare in order to help me?
    Thank you!
     
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    Many types of malware are having system components like system drivers or services which can prevent cleaning up of your system.
    If you are a client of ESET you can send SysInspector log(How to create SysInspector Log) to ESET Support but if you are not the client, then you can try installing Malware Bytes(http://www.malwarebytes.org/) and try to remove these trojans by this suite.
     
  3. gadry

    gadry Registered Member

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    I already tried malwarebytes...with no success. :(
     
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