trojan horse viruses

  Dr floyd 07:58 31 Dec 07
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I RUN AVG ANTI-VIRUS SOFTWARE ON MY COMPUTER WHICH HAS MICROSOFT XP. AVG HAS DETECTED TWO TROJAN HORSE VIRUSES AND HAS PLACED THEM IN THE VIRUS VAULT.IS MY SYSTEM NOW SAFE,AND IF NOT, HOW CAN I REMOVE THEM ?

  tullie 09:17 31 Dec 07

They are ok where they are,in the vault.Please dont use upper case.

  birdface 15:23 31 Dec 07

Easy way to find out.Reboot your computer and run AVG again to see if it still picks them up.

  p;3 21:32 31 Dec 07

also try running on a full deep scan these two free programs click here
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one assumes system restore is enabled?do you know from where you might have got these infections? have you downloaded anything recently ?

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