Trojan attacks...

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  1. Brownmccoy
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    I am being constantly bombarded by trojans now. 5 are constantly attacking me.

    The name of the file (that i was given) was Fxoxlsvc.dll

    the description is
    trojan horse generic 12.BPXT
    trojan horse generic 12.BIDV

    I have used AVG and Bullguard to try to eliminate them and they are still coming in full force. My computer locks up every 15 seconds or so for a minute or two. Please help.

    ~brown
     
  2. The Communist
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    Darn that sucks. Reinstall windows is the sure fire way... Maybe someone with even greater tech knowledge than me can help you.
     
  3. Yizelin
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    are they all of the "trojan horse generic 12" series? If so, i just did a search about them and found (oddly enough.. on bullguard's site)



    a couple of people in the thread about it claim that that worked for them, so give it a try if you want.

    edit: source, bottom of page
     
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    I live by malware bytes anti malware and super anti spyware.

    Whenever I had issues with trojans or what not they would always get rid of them.
     
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    downloading questionable material again I see...
     
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    Malware bytes is usually good if a combination of Symantec and Spybot doesn't take care of it.
     
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    The bullguard full scan did end up getting rid of 4/5. The other is being a persistant bastard.

    I send them a log of the scan, and the file is under
    c:\windows\system32\vtVkjGVm.dll

    They told me to go in safe mode and delete it, it didnt work, and I'm now waiting on a response from them. However, if anyone happens to know anything about this file, please let me know.
     
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    Sorry this may be a silly question. When you went into safe mode and deleted it did you disable your system restore before hand!
     

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