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Unread postby andymckenna » February 22nd, 2006, 4:59 pm

Hi - I appear to be infected with "trojan.horse.generic.oof" and "trojan.horse.generic.non" - the symtoms being virus alerts from AVG7, and my PC tries to dial up to an internet connection automatically after boot up.

I run win XP

I have so far disabled system restore, enabled 'show hidden files and folders', disabled both 'hide extensions for known file types' and ' hide protected operating systems files' .

I have installed and run: CW Shredder; Ad aware; EWIDO, and AVG

Scanners now say no infections, however, on reboot the original symtoms return!!

Any help gratefully received.


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Unread postby NonSuch » February 22nd, 2006, 7:15 pm

Please stick to your other topic where you've posted your HijackThis log...


Do not post additional topics about the same issue. Please wait for a response to your topic but do not respond to it yourself until you've received a reply. (Responding to your own topic will remove it from the 0 replies list, and that's where helpers look first, so you want your topic to be there).

Thank you for your cooperation. :) This topic will now be locked.
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