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Need help to clean up after effects of a trojan

Unread postby yalycer » July 24th, 2008, 1:35 am

I haven't had a response in the malware removal forum so I got a notice to post here with a link to that. I'm not sure I'll get the link right, so I'm repeating my original description of the problem, without the Hijack This log. I would just like to get my computer completely clean. Thanks so very much! Yvette

I recently had a problem, restored to a 12/18/07 backup and still had the problem. Then I figured out it was my mouse that was malfunctioning, and I basically do not have the symptoms with my new mouse (although once in a while it does a little bit).

However, 12/18/07 backup had a "Backdoor:WIN32/Agent" found by Windows Defender and a trojan 7KJNLY2H found by Spy Sweeper. I have deleted both, rebuilt my files and the enclosed Hijack This log was done after deleting both. But it shows some possible effects this backdoor and trojan have had on my registry, etc. And I'm wondering if my mouse was just old or was it being infected, in which case my new mouse may end up with problems. So I am asking for help to eliminate the after-effects. Thank you very much!
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Re: Need help to clean up after effects of a trojan

Unread postby chryssi2001 » July 25th, 2008, 8:43 am

Replied :)
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