infected by "Trojan.win32.startpage.s/

  adenuff 23:25 28 Feb 05
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Hello
does anyone know if

C:\WINDOWS\system32\iecust.dll infected by "Trojan.Win32.StartPage.sl"

that was picked up by a free scanner (kaspersky microworld) is actually a virus? I think it may have something to do with Spywareguard that I have installed?
What do you reckon?
regards
adenuff

  adenuff 23:26 28 Feb 05

it also picked up (which my paid for one didnt) trojan-dropper.win32.small.ow

  VoG II 23:28 28 Feb 05

Try a² click here

  adenuff 23:35 28 Feb 05

Hello vog
Ok will give that a go -tomorrow! The kaspersky scanner is still running, taking ages and finding all sorts of stuff my own defences havent. Bit worrying, or are they just after me buying their product??? Dont think it will fix it unless its paid for.

  stalion 23:44 28 Feb 05

you have to purchase it, was free until fairly recently but it will fix the problems if you do.
It does and always has found anomolies that other scanners miss
Regards

  adenuff 19:35 01 Mar 05

Well I dont mind paying for it, but I already have etrust antivirus (from BT internet) that I pay for, can I run them both?
Regards
adenuff

  stalion 19:39 01 Mar 05

no, if you run more than one anti-virus at a time on your computer they can conflict with each other.If you are prepared to pay for escan I rate it as one of the best going but the choice obviously is yours at the end of the day.
Regards

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