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NSJSON.dll Trojan got was approved by Norton

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Hello Guys,


Earlier this morning I was using my computer when I ran across a notification by Norton that Nsjson.dll has been approved for use by Norton Security. I went through some of the motions like using other programs to scan such as Malwarebytes, FRST64 and I will post the logs respective-fully afterward and quarantine through Malwarebytes what was necessary.


I guess my question is how to get rid of this .dll? Since, I heard it can make your computer un-workable to a certain point.


FRST and Addition are from the same program and i will attach the Malwarebytes log as well.


Thanks in advance for your help.

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