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The plight of Troy



I recently got the virus Trojan Horse and I can't get it off my compter. I hear that it is not a threat since I have windows98 but I would still like it to be removed. I have Norton AntiVirus, but after detecting it, it can't quantine/delete it. I have updated it just incase and it still doesn't remove it.

this is the information that the computer gives me:

The compressed file c:/WINDOWS/TEMP/Temporary Internet Files/Content.IE5/ZEGOO6E4/js[1].js within C:\WINDOWS\Application Data\Business Logic\UWC\Backup\J37492.4377681713.WCU is infected with the Trojan Horse virus.

but I have no idea how to take it off from my computer. I have tried simply finding it and I cannot even locate the file ... Even though I am not computer challanged, I still don't know THAT much about my hardrive etc. Please help!

Thank you very much!!!!



This question was answered on February 13, 2003. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

Get this spy-ware/trojan/diler remover:

It worked on several trojan horses on my computer (intentionally placed to test the system).

Hope this works.


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Posted by Alex of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on February 13, 2003