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Re: how to remove trojan horse agent.vzc?
To resolve this problem the easiest way are
1) User Trojan Remover http://www.simplysup.com/
--> Update the definition at the time of installation
---> Scan whole system
----> After successfully removal of trojan uninstall the Trojan Remover
2) Manual Methods
Requirement :- Linux Live CD
-> boot system with Linux Live Cd
--> Mount all drives
---> Locate infected DLL files and Trash them.
----> Restart system into Windows
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A Trojan Horse is full of as much trickery as the mythological Trojan
Horse it was named after. The Trojan Horse, at first glance will appear
to be useful software
but will actually do damage once installed or run on your computer.
Those on the receiving end of a Trojan Horse are usually tricked into
opening them because they appear to be receiving legitimate software or
files from a legitimate source. When a Trojan is activated on your
computer, the results can vary. Some Trojans are designed to be more
annoying than malicious (like changing your desktop,
adding silly active desktop icons) or they can cause serious damage by
deleting files and destroying information on your system. Trojans are
also known to create a backdoor
on your computer that gives malicious users access to your system,
possibly allowing confidential or personal information to be
compromised. Unlike viruses and worms, Trojans do not reproduce by
infecting other files nor do they self-replicate.
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The Trojan is a type of virus. You know, like the Trojan Horse legend ... the Greeks sheltered in a huge wooden horse presented as a gift to the people of the city they were trying to conquer and when the people of the city brought the horse in, the greeks killed them all. The same idea is with this Trojan virus. It hides in an suspicious program and when you run that program it starts to do some damage.
Click Here to Download this program (its free). Install it. Update it. Run a FULL scan of your computer (took about 30 minutes and the viruses didn't pop up until the very end of the scan). Delete ALL of them (note: you have to reboot to delete the ones in windows system 32) There will be a list of about 5-10 infections they should be similar to:
Then if you can quarantine that in a folder. Quarantine it. If pccillin have a reporting log with its path. Then copy in a piece of paper the name and path. Then delete that in DOS mode if you are familiar with that only be sure that it is a legit viral file.
First, go in Control Panel, after System, then System Restore, and desactive all.
Restart the machine in Safe mode, and run a AntiVirus (like a Norton) restart again, check the file, if not missing, the solutions is search in web (or in Symantec.com) a Virus Remove Tool, OR, in DOS delete a infected file, for full asistance install a HiJack Free and send a email to me firstname.lastname@example.org