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Trojan horse giving me a hard time on remove.

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emsley

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I have a backdoor.sdbot
A trojan horse if you prefer.

Norton acts like a girl with it a refuses to delete it or even qurentine it.
I tried the symnatic upadte and also tried what it told me to do [ the web site]
Entering your registery is a fragile thing at the best of times.

Ill be honest and say i cant remove it...

Can nayone reccomend a realy good trojan remover...
Free. Dropped egg anything.
Something uptodate because i have tried some trojan removers and the last time they saw an update was 2002.... :happy: :shock:

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stjames

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Doing a search for said trojan at Trend pc's site I got 16 hits.

Here are the results:

http://www.trendmicr...sdbot&alt=sdbot

You might want to try the free virus scan they offer at this site. If you know where the TH is residing, you can scan just that folder/file. It is kind of a cheap on-line scan type program, but the results may give you an idea on how to remove it. Anything is worth a shot right?

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emsley

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Thanks st james i will give it a blast.
Thankyou. :happy:

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yeah man trojans can be a pain in the butt. Backdoor trojans are viruses that create a "backdoor" into your computer so other people are able to access and manipulate your information and data.




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