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A Trojan or not a Trojan? [RESOLVED]


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foxoff

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Hi,

I recently installed Sygate and am still coming to grips with its use. The following files keeps attempting to reach my PC:

1 ) Generic Host Process for Win32 Services

File Name: svchost.exe

2) NT Kernel & System

File Name: ntoskrnl.exe

3) NDIS User Mode I/O Driver

File Name: ndisuio.sys

4) Application Layer Gateway Service

File Name: alg.exe


5) LSA Shell (Export Version)

File Name: lsass.exe

I looked at Bleepingcomputer and checked them but there is no entry there that indicates any of these are okay. In fact, some of the trojans and maware listed there have very similar app and/or file names, while the last one is exactly the same as a wprm, but the worm's file name is listed as being in capitals......

No big hurry here, but if someone would be kind enough to reply I would very much appreciate the assistance! :tazz:

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Excal

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Hi Foxoff,


Long time no see....lol


All legit and normal :tazz:


Thanks,


Excal
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foxoff

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Thanks again Excal.

If I don't post anything else in the next 48 hours, call the cops! :tazz:

Best,
Fox
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Since this issue appears to be resolved ... this Topic has been closed. Glad we could help. :tazz:

If you're the topic starter, and need this topic reopened, please contact a staff member with the address of the thread.

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