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P.exe We are using win xp and win 2003 server edition systems. If we are scan the system by using Mcafee one file namely (p.exe) is showing. It takes neraly 10 to 15 mins to scan this file but it is not showing as threat. we are unable to remove this file in safemode also. it is present in every dirve in pc. Is this virus or what we can't understand. please provide the information and removal process to this p.exe

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Hi,
P.exe is identified by most Antivirus firms as a trojan/malware which tries to download a malicious file. It has moderate to low damage potential.

You can try and remove this file by downloading Antivir removal tool from: http://www.avira.com/en/support/antivir_removal_tool.html

Also, you can try to scan with Windows Malicious Software Removal tool, download it from: http://www.microsoft.com/security/malwareremove/default.aspx

Also, keep your AV softwares always updated.

Hope this solves your problem. Thanks.

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Mcafee and CA both aren't that great. I recommend the paid edition of Malwarebytes and AVG. Both work much better then CA, Mcafee, Norton, etc.. just to name a few.

At this point your going to need to get the system healthy. This is the dangerous part I recommend letting a professional help you, because remvoing infections can cause data loss and you risk making the system even worse. I recommend NickLockard.com

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