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Se Chiang says: September 12, 2008 at 6:53 am Hi George, today I ask my company IT to do follow your guidance because I already said I don't know much about I actually don't believe the tech because there is still Trojan.Brisv.A!inf activity going on in my PC like Norton tells me. Ketul Shah says: August 21, 2008 at 1:37 pm Dear NKM & George, Thanks for posting for this Trojan. Nicole says: February 5, 2009 at 10:56 am It also just showed up on my computer yesterday (feb 4th). http://gsdclb.org/general/trojan-brisv-a-int.php

c) Type rstrui on the 'Open' field and click on OK to initiate the command. After the scan, delete all infected items. Around my 500 files are infected the same virus. Please disable such programs until disinfection is complete or permit them to allow the changes.

In order to make sure that threat is completely eliminated, carry out a full scan of your system using AntiVirus and Antispyware Software. I now cant find two of the files that were infected. Iam skeered. I know you may not want to hear this, but I would not try to save the infected files.

Please email me and I'll do anything possible. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Mat Kevin says: February 16, 2009 at 1:04 am Not so much Mat. Additional Information Trojan.Brisv.A is a Trojan horse that infects media files which may cause Windows Media Player to access a malicious URL.The Trojan horse searches the compromised computer for .asf, .mp2,

Proceed with virus scan as the next step. 2. I've read the whole string here, copied sections that are pertinent, heading off to fix my computer now. There are steps that we may have to restart the computer in order to successfully remove the threat. I have downloaded the utility created by you and tried to disinfect infected files.

Always update your installed software Software vendors constantly releases updates for programs whenever a flaw is discovered. I just want it gone Brndn123 Visitor2 Reg: 31-Jan-2009 Posts: 5 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: trojan.brisv.A!inf Posted: 01-Feb-2009 | 9:38AM • Permalink I tried the symantec tool for this Why are you even doing that? Gotcha Contributor4 Reg: 01-Feb-2009 Posts: 20 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: trojan.brisv.A!inf Posted: 01-Feb-2009 | 12:15PM • Permalink I'm sorry.

  1. Bill says: February 3, 2009 at 2:31 am Ok so I to have this Trojan and Symantec-Norton tells me I have to remove manually which I tried to do but the
  2. Files infected with Trojan.Brisv.A may trigger Windows Media Player to connect to contracted web sites and download additional virus.
  3. FileAssassin is a powerful program, designed to move highly persistent files.
  4. Rubert says: September 2, 2008 at 8:06 pm Thanks a lot George.
  5. I tried to rename the file, and it allowed me to do that, but when I try to delete, its doesn't!

I share this computer with one of my daughters and she claims she didnt download these files. Any suggestions about how to get rid of this annoying thing??? The tool says that Trojan.Brisv.A could not be found. Kind regards, kh George says: November 20, 2008 at 9:59 pm Hi kleineheye, I have a presumption, that changing ID3 tags actually rewrites the file header and cleans up the ASF

Will scan the whole computer again to be sure, but it looks like it's gone.... check over here What do I do? I sent an email from my computer and back to it just to check the scanning of it, and it scanned ok, and there was no virus. Register now!

I had to delete my music files from every user to get rid of this Trojan. We highly encourage you to maximize the setup to tighten the security of your browser. It will remove your infected files if you select the map that it must remove. http://gsdclb.org/general/trojan-brisv-a-inf.php This renders the file clean - at least for my utility.

Kevin says: February 15, 2009 at 2:04 am If anyone could upload George's removal tool somewhere or send it as an attachment to my email, I would greatly appreciate it! Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community. Kevin says: February 15, 2009 at 1:59 am It takes forever to download George's removal tool.

So did you find any other alternative for it?

Could you PLEASE email me your latest version! We have a list of anti-malware program that are tried and tested. I need to examine files a bit more to determine what this Trojan does in fact. Infection detection is based on the file signature of the ASF file format, so clean files, or files infected by some other threat may not be healed by Brisv.A Killer.

Because I don't understand how to use Microsoft .net framework. Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed. I must say that Symantec screwed the pooch on this one. http://gsdclb.org/general/trojan-brisv-a.php Once updating is finished, run a full system scan on the affected PC.

Affected Windows 2000, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows XP Response The following instructions pertain to all current and recent Symantec antivirus products, That's how easy it is! You can run each scan individually, one at a time, to ensure that all threats will be removed from the computer. It would be nice to find a utility which just deletes the infected parts of the files, but I haven't found such a utility, yet.

And then remove them from the recycle bin.. It does not only scan files but also monitors your Internet traffic and is extremely active on blocking malicious communication. Phil gee Chris says: February 7, 2009 at 10:23 am Hi chelly, You can remove that file if it is not a Windows system file. b) It will display the Advanced Boot Options menu.

Remove or delete all detected items. 5. Anybody know which registry items to alter so I can delete these . I ran the tool in safe mode, it reported that there was no virus, rebooted in normal mode, ran the antivirus again and it reports the virus still there. For safety run a full system scan after downloading the latest DAT files (Live update if you are using Norton).

If in case your program is not set for instant update, it usually offered from vendor's web site, which you can download anytime. I do have Norton on and it scans all incoming and outgoing mail, but feel insecure as it let the Trojan in the first place. Good luck. Still, it would have been nice if it had some tips on how to keep your system clean.

http://www.precisesecurity.com/tools-resources/adware-tools/malwarebytes-anti-malware chelly :) says: February 3, 2009 at 3:53 pm Help me! Regardless if prompted to restart the computer or not, please do so immediately. Click 'Show Results' to display all objects found". * Click OK to close the message box and continue with the removal process.Back at the main Scanner screen: * Click on the My Internet did run slower though.

Quads  jedi Contributor4 Reg: 02-Feb-2009 Posts: 14 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: trojan.brisv.A!inf Posted: 02-Feb-2009 | 10:40AM • Permalink By golly......