Is there a Software to remove Trojan Virus

  Rambob 04:06 23 Oct 07
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Ok, I don't know how in the world I got this virus, but it's shutting off my NIS 2007 and it is starting to corrupt other programs. (My wife down loaded some games for a trial period; I’m thinking that’s how it got in.) NIS 2007 recorded the problem as a red alert but when I told it to fix it, it corrupted my NIS 2007. Symantec wants me to spend $100 to fix it. You would think the almighty Symantec could fix this but they won’t unless you fork out some extra money. This is very, very suspicious.
Needless to say I’m not a happy camper. I already spent $79.00 buying the program. I’m not going to spend another $100 for them to fix it via the internet. I have been a loyal Symantec customer and I sold the product to my customers for years. Customer satisfaction is not Symantec’s motto. This cash cow is dead. I won’t buy or sell it anymore.
I’m going to try out the freebies.
Question: Is there a program that can remove this virus or do I need to reformat and start all over?

Rambob

  pac73 04:21 23 Oct 07

Whats the name of the virus?
And are you on Windows XP,Service Pack 2?

  Rambob 04:33 23 Oct 07

Zlof Trojan

XP ver 2

  ambra4 05:03 23 Oct 07

Check this site

click here

  ambra4 05:06 23 Oct 07

You could try this removal tool

click here

  birdface 09:39 23 Oct 07

Hi.Best bet is to run HJT and post to the Malware forum.click here

  Diemmess 09:45 23 Oct 07

Do visit the site and follow their instructionn for using HiJackThis correctly.

A couple of years ago when Nellie2 was active on this forum the threads were many and successful, provided the instructions were followed to the letter.

  jack 11:51 23 Oct 07

Another Nellie2 recommendation is
click here

30 day free - then buy
I bought it and it is installed permanently

  mfletch 14:04 23 Oct 07

Hi, Are you sure its Zlof and not a Zlob Trojan?

Try SAS Superantipyware download SAS then check for any updates,

Then delete all temp Internet files and all cookies

Restart your computer into Safe mode,

Repeat pressing of the F8 key on a restart


Then run a FULL scan with SAS,

click here

mfletch

  Rambob 16:51 23 Oct 07

Thanks all!! I will get to it after work tonight.

Rambob

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