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  • Signatures of Trojans

    How can I verify that there are no trojans on my network?  I would like to know where I can find signatures for the latest inceptions of the biggies in the trojan world.  I do not trust my anti-virus program and want to manually check md5s of files that trojans infect.  

    AndrewGauger105 pointsBadges:
  • malware removal

    my question, removal of malware in a xp lap top . malware appears to be a trojan horse. registry seems to be affected. what is the best resolve? thanks

    Golfer2110 pointsBadges:
  • malware removal software vs hard drive sanitation software

    My computer has slowed to a snails pace. Suspecting spyware or a virus I tried downloading free removal software from the internet such as AVG, Noadware, etc. Some were bait and switch offering scans but charged for removal. Usable free removal software had not effect and did not work. Would...

    ChcukT5 pointsBadges:
  • Malware turned system restore off through group policy

    system restore turned off thru grouppolicy...  help  spy ware bug  and cant remove    antimalware doctor

    GMan15 pointsBadges:
  • Malwarebytes process versus free products

    How much more effective is the malwarebytes process scanner over the normal free product? Will it detect and catch more viruses or is this just a faster way to catch the infections?

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • What is wanancsp.dat ?

    I am seeing a file named wanancsp.dat located at: C:UsersPublicDocumentswanancsp.dat This is on a Lenovo Thinkpad X201T running Windows 7 Ultimate x64.  I have done several general searches and have not come up with this file anywhere. Does anyone know what it is and what it's used for?

    Threeonetwo55 pointsBadges:
  • Looking for an effective network Anti virus software thats not a resource hog

    Does anyone out there have any experience or knowledge regarding the effectiveness of a product by Sunbelt Software named VIPRE Enterprise

    Ljpilot110 pointsBadges:
  • AutoRun.inf Trojan infection

    can a trojan (autorun.inf)affects the performance an MP3 player.Yesterday my computer got infected with this trojan Mcafee said that it detected and blocked and removed but this trojan was still there.and when i was trying to safely remove the device it was saying that i cannot do this action.

    SHWE15 pointsBadges:
  • Infected with backdoor.tidserv

    My Dell laptop is infected with backdoor.tidserv Has anyone been successful removing this? I cannot disable system restore as Symantec recommends.

    Margaret Rouse1,730 pointsBadges:
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