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Another TrojanASPX.Js.Win 32


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Hey, so randomly today, my laptop starts telling me I need to update my antivirus softwar because of a "threat." I thought it was legit because it had the Windows shield-like sign, so I DL it and try to open it and it says it can not locate avt.exe, so it doesnt install. After doping some research, I find its an actual virus, I am not getting redirected to porn sites or stuff like that, i am just popup message from my menu bar saying stuff like "danger! nauthosrized acces to your computer," i find it funny they spell authorize wrong. "danger! security threat detected on your computer. TrojanASPX.JS.Win32.........." I also will find porn pictures of my desktop. So what route should I go to remove this dirty bugger? I read something about downloading something called DDS, should i start there?


Also it will say i need to logoff ASAP and then the computer will restart. Im trying to do the cleaning guide right now, i just DL'd the TFC

Edited by slim340, 10 August 2010 - 08:28 PM.

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I just ran the TFC and it no longer has warning messages popping up. Should i continue with ERUNT or am i safe?
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