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Smitfraud-C <--- remove by hand?


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Hello , well I ran a spybot scan and I found the following Smitfruad-C files:
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Then spybot said it cannot be removed because it's being use in my memory or somthing like that, it said it can be remove if I restart my computer, so I did and it scanned again but it just says the same thing , it tells me to restart my computer again which is no use... :) :tazz:

Other anti-spyware does not seem to detect anything so I need help on removing them please help :)

Please help....it's a war between us and the viruses/spywares/malwares :)

Thxxx :ph34r:
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Help me please? :tazz: I'm asking really nicely...
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Hello I posted a problem of smitfruad-C yesterday. Well it's that my spybot detected some smithfruad-c files but it was unable to remove them. And none of the other anti-spyware programs seem to work , so I went to the location of them and remove them myself by hand, would it cause any problems on my computer??? I'm quite worried about it!

This were the files :
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Thankyou! :tazz:

Edited by coca_cola, 21 August 2005 - 04:50 PM.

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