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Win32.Trojan.Dropper.Agent.1161728


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In the process of setting up VPN acces; Endpoint Security On Demand checkpoint reports that I have a Win32.Trojan.Dropper.Agent.1161728 whose trace is CLSID {2A303720-7422-11D4-AD24-0001029DC9DD}. I am using Norton Internet Security 2011. I have tried Kaaspersky, HijackThis, AVG, GMER and Malwarebytes to find and remove this trojan, but to no avail; tracking cookies are the only items found. Attached are the OTL logs.

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