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Please help:Trojan Downloader-problems with internet


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smikis

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Hello everybody,

My PC is running Windows XP professional edition, with AVG free antivirus program.
Some days ago AVG free found as it says “Trojan-Downloader.Agent.Pto” virus. It was not able to heal the virus so moved from ….windows\system32 directory to virus vault some file “t0.dll”.
Afterwards any internet activity stopped working on the PC. Nothing works-nor internet browser (internet explorer), nor email program (Microsoft Outlook), nor Skype, nor AVG free can retrieve updates from internet etc.
I tried to Google for the problem, but found only very few posts in some Russian forums complaining regarding the same problem with the removed file (t0.dll), but no solution given there. The most interesting thing is that searching Grisoft web page and forums I couldn’t find any reference to the name Trojan-Downloader.Agent.Pto or malicious file t0.dll.
I would appreciate any help or comments or suggestions concerning possible solution of the problem.

Smikis

Edited by smikis, 13 August 2007 - 06:42 AM.

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Thanks to everyone who helped. :whistling: I've solved my problem.
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