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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.
I am having trouble getting rid of a repeating Trojan Horse virus on a computer using Symantec Endpoint Protection Version 11.0.4202.75. I have done the following: performed full scan in safe mode, used Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer, disconnected computer from network, updated virus...