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louk

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i recently connected to the internet with an out of data antivirus. Within minutes of browsing i got a large number of spyware, trojans etc. I got the trojan-spy.smitfraud.html.c which created a blue screen with a security warning message. Also, norton internet security cannot run (it could before i connected), the task manager doesn't work (ctr-alt-del) and regedit, hijackthis dont work (although i downloaded the registrar lite program to edit the registry). Can anyone help how to get rid of these problems. :tazz:

p.s i have already deleted wp.exe and wp.bmp so there is a black screen and i have already tried system restore but it doesn't let me because it says there have been no changes
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Avohir

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Hi and welcome to GTG :tazz:

Sorry for the late reply,
If you’re still looking to resolve this issue,
Please run through the steps outlined in this Topic
Post back a fresh log when done please

If you have resolved this issue please let us know,
Thanks and again sorry for the late reply,

-Avohir
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Avohir

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Due to lack of feedback, this topic has been closed.

If you need this topic reopened, please contact a staff member with address of this thread. This applies only to the original topic starter. Everyone else please begin a New Topic.
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