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Adware keeps identifying Win32TrojanTDSS

I run adware and keeps coming up w/ 2 instances of Win32TrojanTDSS and recommends a reboot. Upon rebotting and re-running adware it keeps repeating itself.

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The Win32/TrojanTDSS isn't included in Microsoft's removal tool list.

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If you are using WinXP, click on the start menu, click on run and type mrt.exe a new window will pop up which is Microsoft malicious removal tool, click next, select Full scan and click next, be patient as this takes time.
When its done restart the computer and run your antivirus software for a double check.



Good luck.

Posted on Jul 01, 2009

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