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Nukesploit + Trojans


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A few weeks ago my laptop got attacked by a Nukesploit virus. I ran my Norton Antivirus and did a full scan and I have never been attacked by that specific virus again. But what I have noticed is that at seemingly random times my Norton Antivirus will block an attempted Trojan attack. I have fairly certain that these attacks are related to the Nukesploit.

They aren't to frequent but it happens enough to make me very worried. So basically what do I do to fix this?
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