Infected with bugbear/tarantos... what now?

  beastieboy 10:36 14 Jun 03
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Hi,

Some time ago I was infected witht he bugbear/tarantos virus. Kaspersky managed to get rid of the actual file but I am still worried that it has infected other files on the system. How do I go about checking this - if there are any?

I was told safest would be to do a low-level format, how long would this take on a 40Gb hard drive?

Please can someone help

Many thanks in advance,

Janusz

  VoG® 10:38 14 Jun 03

TRy online scans click here click here click here

  beastieboy 10:48 14 Jun 03

Hmm,

Scan for Viruses does not scan compressed files - is this something that I should be worried about when looking for virii?

Janusz

  Jester2K II 10:53 14 Jun 03

Surely you have Anti Virus installed? Run a full scan of all files. AVG click here can scan compressed files and is free.

  Belatucadrus 10:54 14 Jun 03

click here try Gladiator, a free scanner that does check compressed files. Doesn't appear to clash with other anti virus software

  Copp 11:10 14 Jun 03

Does PC Cillin scan compressed files?
Rick

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