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Trojan Alert Hi.i keep receiving messages from the windows firewall that there is a trojan in my computer and it cannot stop it.although i have nod32 antivirus it can't find an trojan in my computer.windows recommends me to download PC-cleaner pro or PC-Antispy but this software only scans my computer but doesn't clean it,cause it needs to be registered and i can't buy it.is there anything like a crack or something that i can make it work or any other software for removing this trojan?please help me

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  • Eathan Oct 11, 2008

    dear Mr.Chiefe.i downloaded the software you told me and it removed the trojan.thanks for your assistance!i was so confused about it.

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-If the windows firewall was detecting trojan , It is a possible that the system is infected of virus threat eventhough the system has virus protection.
-You may want to download and run this programs "MALWAREBYTES".
-This tools will help you detect and remove unwanted virus and spyware. but if the threats somehow like rootkit it must be removed manually.

-GIVE ME FEEDBACK THEN after doing this things so I could assist you further.

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