Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to Spyware, Viruses, & Security forum 32 total posts (Page 1 of 2) 01 02 Next Popular Forums icon Computer Help 51,912 discussions icon Running TDSSKiller can create collateral damage to your PC. How do I fix this? Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - I have the same problem by atty2b / May 8, 2006 12:14 AM PDT In reply to: Possible trojan XP on 4mo. navigate here
by cad_ / May 8, 2006 9:00 AM PDT In reply to: Switching from Norton - Maybe I agree in part. The third key is use the security settings tab and set these settings to better accomodate your needs, maybe a little higher. The full version of Malwarebytes, which I ended up buying, includes not only scheduled scanning and updating but real-time protection against hackers trying to break through your firewall. I'll ask this in the hardware forum.
The program can also repair files, but that's not an option for a Trojan horse, since the entire application contains malicious data. In the middle of the night, the soldiers emerged from the horse and opened the city gates, allowing the Greek forces to enter and take over Troy. It is easy fast and secure and if Free if you can install it yourself. The paid version in Norton will kill the virus completely but in McAfee, the free version will only stop the Trojan Horses.
The fact is that just about any antivirus program is susceptible to attack. Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners. Finder The Doctors Live Healthy Health Videos Better Sleep Style Luxury Auto Beauty Dining Fashion Home & Design Home Elegance Lust List Travel Window Shopping Food & Cooking Alison Cook Restaurant I also use a program called pc confidential to clear out the rest of the websites little tid-bits they leave behind.
So please remember to change all of your passwords once the virus has been removed. Autoplay When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next. Authorhow to computer3 years ago I have to agree Gameccrasher, as some computer viruses are quite tricky, moving files around and labeling them as hidden files, (which if that is the Be prepared to write down any product name it gives you, or any file name and directory path (example: C:\Users\YourUserName\AppData\LocalLow\Temp\Virus).
But what luck, I thought; I had just signed up with a new internet service provider, and received Norton AntiVirus Online from them. That process may leave some bits and pieces of Norton on your drive, but they will be harmless. Bit defender didn't help. See if that catches anything.
It froze from startup and complained about a system failure. Yes No Thanks for letting us know. Norton Power Eraser old Dell P-4First indication said Trojan.Startpage, then Trojan.download but it has disabled Norton. I know Norton slows down the PC.
I will say that you are running an old version of the program. http://gsdclb.org/trojan-virus/trojan-is-on-my-pc-help-how-do-i-remove-it.php Posted: 13-Sep-2010 | 10:49AM • Permalink Thanks for the tips. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Norton and disconnection notice by indigoaven / May 3, 2006 12:17 PM PDT In reply to: Still disabled. Manually removing threats from our customers' computers is a complex and often time-consuming process, which requires special expertise.
but it ain't easy Norton Products 2004-Present. My computer has a virus. Thousands of new viruses, trojans, and worms are created every day.
Visithttp://security.symantec.com/nbrt/npe...http://www.norton.com/npeThis is especially useful against Fake Anti-Virus programs and hidden root-kits. I just think the computer wants to know what you want to do as its no longer connected to the internet. Advertisement Need to Manually Remove a Computer Virus Without Virus Protection Software?I am a research junkie who loves to research anything and everything that crosses my path. Norton quarantines it.
Antivirus programs use different scanning techniques to catch virus'. Norton handles several thousand new threat alerts every month and updates its software as quickly and thoroughly as possible. Source 3. weblink but it ain't easy by steelburner / May 5, 2006 1:13 PM PDT In reply to: UNINSTALL NORTON FOREVER Norton AV and McAfee are both largely discredited now.
Trojans and worms can be very difficult to fix because they contain no clean code which Norton can repair automatically; instead, they have to be manually removed. But then suddenly Norton quit working, it was always disabled. Tammy4 years ago from USAI seem to attract these little suckers since my computer seems to be the community one here at home. Let's face it, secure goverment and financial institutions have been hacked into so I am sure that these types of places are a piece of cake.
for free forever here on cnet downloads and try it.I bet you you will reply that i am so right.every time i post this i get replies from many peaple thanking by tomron / May 6, 2006 9:34 AM PDT In reply to: On switching from Norton. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Uninstall Norton AV ... How fast should it go?
i used to use noton anti-virus and now i use avast! If your comfortable with that, give TDSSKiller a try using the instructions given for use of it in the above link. No trojan.Today I looked at the log and found the trojan's name. by PC_Nerd-Henry_Chan / May 9, 2006 1:25 PM PDT In reply to: Norton Antivirus Disabled by Trojan?
If something tells you what file or folder the virus is in then go to my computer and delete the folder. Me Too0 Last Comment Replies Lee_G Employee Symantec Employee27 Reg: 23-Nov-2009 Posts: 853 Solutions: 55 Kudos: 73 Kudos0 Re: Norton can't remove Trojan Horse and Trojan.Gen?