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How to remove trojan horse agent.vzc?

Infected files usually came from system32 dll files

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Hi
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

Posted on Jun 03, 2008

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