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Dzarda

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Hi, I ran "keygen.exe" program, and when it did nothing, I erased it immediately. But then explorer started showing warning message on almost every "directory jump" of following contents:
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System Error!
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Attention, [my user name]! Some dangerous trojan horses detected in your system. Microsoft Windows XP files corrupted.
This may lead to the destruction of important files in C:\WINDOWS. Download protection software now!

Click OK to download the antispyware. (Recommended)
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OK Cancel[In my language "Storno"]
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If I choose Cancel, it disappears and I have a rest for a while, but clicking on OK causes opening a virus-positive page in FF.
It is not very weighty problem, but could you help me please? Here you have the log made a few minutes before. Thanks in advance.
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EDIT: log moved to txt

Attached File  HJTlog_Dzarda.txt   6.89KB   51 downloads

Edited by Dzarda, 04 June 2008 - 08:13 AM.

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OK, NOD actualizated and deleted one virus. The problem disappeared :)
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