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I am using a HP Pavilion zv5030 lap top running through a Belkin Wireless G Router. I do not use this computer outside the home. I am running Norton Anti-Virus and Firewall (using the automatic update feasture for both) protection and also utilize both SpyBot and Stinger as backup's. I have my Belkin router set at the highest protection level I know how to set up (which may or may not be high enough). At any rate, I was recently hit with this infamous WinFixer 2005 pest and could not seem to get rid of it. After some research I found seveal links recommending the EWIDO Security Suite. I opted for purchasing the suite rather than the trial offer since I wanted the full benefits availabe. Using EWIDO I succesfuly removed (?) WinFixer but now I continually get an EWIDO notification tellimg me malware has been detected on my computer. This malware resides in my WINDOWS\system32 file as a pmkhi.dll link and is further identifed as something called Trojan.Crytpo.o. The EWIDO notification windows alows me clean the malware and quarantine it but it just keeps coming back. I am no computer whiz by any stretch and I am at a complete loss as to what to do. I did contact the EWIDO people and sent them a HijackThis scan file but have noy heard anything more. I need to get this @#%&! off my computer! Help!!! I am enclosing the HijackThis scan I sent the EWIDO folks. Attached File  hijackthis.zip   3.06KB   48 downloads
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