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Please help me!! I want to know if my computer is clean.
When Microsoft Security Essential detected the Backdoor:Win32/IRCbot.dr in my pen drive, it popped up and ask me to "clean computer" and it also said that my computer was AT RISK! So, I have already clicked on "clean computer".
Not long ago, I full scan my computer with Microsoft Security essential, it did not detect any malicious items. But when I plug in my pen drive and scan my pendrive with Microsoft Security Essential, it detected Backdoor:Win32/IRCbot.dr.

So, i am worried that it has not been deleted. Please HELP ME!
I just want to know whether my computer is free from rootkit?? i am not sure whether my computer contains this backdoor win32 IRCbot.dr... pls help

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can anyone help me pls
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anyone there?
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