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Supercalifragilistic

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i jus scanned something with norton and it found nothing i then scanned the same file with ewido and it found a high risk trojan downloader.
isnt norton supposed to be the bestc antivirus in the world and by the way it was fully up to date.
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It is possible that Norton doesnt have that trojan in its dats yet or you may want to check your settings and make sure it scanned where the trojan was located
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i jus scanned something with norton and it found nothing i then scanned the same file with ewido and it found a high risk trojan downloader.
isnt norton supposed to be the bestc antivirus in the world and by the way it was fully up to date.

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I tried warning people about this. I know all virus scanners dont pick up on things like they should, but I did warn people not to use Norton Anti-virus.

If you wanted to, try AVG Free edition, I sware by it, it is way better then the pay versions and any other AV's out there. :tazz:
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