Trojan that won`t go.

  Meshuga 07:22 31 May 07

I keep getting a message that Norton antivirus has detected a virus on my computer. It reads, Its object name is c:\Program files\spybot-search destroy\Blindman.exe. The virus name is Trojan Horse. Action taken, Unable to repair this file. Risk factor very low. I have run various anti spyware progs such as Super antispyware, AVG, Asquared, Advanced Windows care, Pest patrol,and none of them detect anything. I cannot get the message box off the screen either as clicking on the X has no effect. The computer is running perfectly normally otherwise. How do I go about getting rid of this please. All the anti spyware progs are uptodate, as is Norton. My OS is XP Home SP2.

  VoG II 07:26 31 May 07

This looks like a false positive detection as that is a legitimate program and it is in the correct folder click here

it seems to be part of the spybot program
click here

  Meshuga 07:32 31 May 07

Thank you VoG, If that is so, how do I stop the message popping up all the time?

  Meshuga 07:37 31 May 07

Thank you *THE RAVEN*,"Same question that I have asked VoG", Do you know how I can stop the message popping up.

should be an update coming to correct it
click here

  Meshuga 08:02 31 May 07

THE RAVEN, Many thanks for that. How do I find the "Rapid Release" that is mentioned in your click here?

click here
hope this is it,dont use norton myself

  Meshuga 08:18 31 May 07

Many thanks THE RAVEN. Have had a look at that and it`s as clear as mud to me so I`ll wait for the next auto update to occur. Thanks again though.

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