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Unknown virus disabling Norton [CLOSED]


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Hi everybody!

I'm having the same problem as Ali24! <_<
the file I've run was virus free (my virus defintions are always uptodate) but it disable norton and generated an error so I had to remove it manual in order to reinstall. Now that I've reinstalled it, it seems that the virus is still there and prevent norton antivirus and in fact all norton products from loading (it just close them immediatly).
What should I do. :D
I've sent the infected file to a friend of mine and asked her to submit it to Symantec.

Thx
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I tried to install the EZ Antivirus and Firewall!
The firewall is working but the antivirus is having the same problem as Norton products it immediatly closes.

While restarting the PC after the installation a program stopped responding and windows was waiting for it to close : the tilte was "You Should Not See Me" ... Weird program, isn't it?

Edited by Tornado-Spin, 29 February 2004 - 08:22 AM.

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Well I solved the problem! By manually updating EZ antivirus.
It detected win32.Ulysses.206.A Trojan and cleaned the registry and everything


Thx anyway <_<
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