Just been infected by [email protected] :(

  GibsonSt19 12:36 08 Nov 03
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Any ideas how I can remove this as Nortons Advice doesn't seem applicable, as all the registry entries they advise should be deleted aren't present on my system, and there is no removal tool for this 'High Risk' virus, which it looks like I've picked up from the eMule network.

Any ideas people?

  Rtus 12:38 08 Nov 03
  Salinger 12:39 08 Nov 03

Another File Sharing problem! No doubt someone will be able to help you.

  GibsonSt19 12:39 08 Nov 03

What does that mean?! :)

  Salinger 12:40 08 Nov 03

Rtus will no doubt "make a shorter link" lol.

  Rtus 12:41 08 Nov 03
  GibsonSt19 12:43 08 Nov 03

Sll their recommendations relating to the deletion of certain registry entried are not applicable, as non of the entries are on my system. There's no removal tool evailable either.

Any other ideas?

  Rtus 12:45 08 Nov 03

seems I have problems pasting from Google or sematic site Normally serves me well .....

  Salinger 12:48 08 Nov 03

Try a Housecall online scan click here

  alan 2273 12:49 08 Nov 03

try this link click here

  Rtus 12:50 08 Nov 03

[email protected]" title="http://securityresponse.symantec.com/avcenter/venc/data/[email protected]" TARGET="_new">click here
If that doesnt work We must have site problem as It works Ok from pasted notpad file on my browser here its only when I post to forum it goes astray ..If still doesnt link right go to google & type > [email protected]

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