1. Run Deckard's System Scanner (DSS)
2. Run the vundo and combo fix
3. Run Malwarebytes Anti-Malware
4. Run the anti spyware removal programs spybot
5 Run Superantispyware
6. Run a complete scan with free curing utility Dr.Web CureIt!
There are several web sights for free programs that can do that. I'm not sure which will work for your system, but one such program is made by Lavasoft. It's called Ad-Aware SE.AnswerYou can get rid of the Trojan horse , by following these steps .
1 Download and intall the Malwarebytes on your computer .
2 Update your Malwarebytes .
3 Scan your computer for all the malwares in your computer .
4 Remove all the malwares , found while scanning with the malwarebytes .
5 Restart your computer .
This will remove Trojan from your computer
Hey if it is deleted it will again affect the computer so its fine to keep it in virus vault....................
no its not the virus comes back up again look up .the file location and delete it urself and then delete from virus vault
If AVG detected a virus it will be storing it in the virus vault. Go into virus vault and opt to delete the virus. Virus vault can be accesed from the main menu.
no is there a software to delete it
Usually it will work, but sometimes it will be formed again. Although you delet it using AVG, it will form again and again. In this case, see the file's location, and delete it yourself.
AnswerMy AVG found Trojan Horse Dropper Generic, informed me and put it into the Virus Vault. (AVG said that it had 'healed' the virus ... oh yeah ?)I went into Virus Vault and manually deleted it by just using the 'Delete' button.Problem solved ... I think. So far, so good.- but the moment you run the scan, it will appear again.
I had this same problem with a computer at work. AVG 7.0 wouldn't heal the infected files automatically or move them to the Virus Vault. I moved the infected files into the Virus Vault myself. You can do this in AVG. Once in the Vault, you can delete them. Don't delete if they are critical or actual system files. The infected files were simply temporary Internet files, but because they were in Windows\Temporary Internet Files\IE content (Windows98), they read as system files and AVG wouldn't touch them. I ran another couple of scans after doing this and the machine was clear. Hope this helps.
If the virus are all in the virus vault, you are safe. i would recommend running a scan for more viruses. then if there aen't any you can safly remove the viruses. but before you do, make sure they didn't infect any important files.
Go to the vault and drag it into the trash can.
You can leave it there or empty the vault. Either way, you are safe.
You need to Re-Install Avg
Depending on what Anti-Virus software you use will tell you where the virus is and also delete it and store it away in a vault. AVG one of the well known and partly free softwares that can be downloaded locates and can delete the virus. Hope this answers your question.
1. Disable System Restore "how to disable system restore" on google 2. Run AVG (grisoft.com) its free 3. Reboot 4. Renable System Restore Check your AVG vault for any viruses and delete them.
When you moved the file to the AVG Virus Vault it was deleted from its original location, coded, and then saved in a non-executable file in a hidden folder. Your PC is no longer infected.If you are not missing any data file and your applications are running, then you can delete these vaulted files from the AVG Virus Vault. You can do it selectively: from AVG Virus Vault program-> select files -> right click on the selection -> Delete file(s).Or you can delete all AVG Virus Vault contents in one go: Open the AVG Control Center program -> right click on AVG Virus Vault component -> choose"Empty vault".
All you need to do is collect the same items again .. and once you have all the 7 items, you can re-vault the collection and get bonus.
IVE just updated my avg antivirus software and run it. It found downloader.briss and removed it to the virus vault.
The free anti virus software AVG 6 was not effective on the first try although it did detect the virus which Norton antivirus did not. After using the Windows XP system restore to go back to a date before the virus had installed itself the AVG6 still detected the virus but also allowed me to delete it by using the AVG 6 Virus Vault Delete method.
The purpose of the vault is to quarantine files that have been infected. In most cases, these are new files created by the virus or the actual virus itself, but certain viruses infect files that may be important to you. The vault allows you to quarantine the files so that they can be healed when a solution is found or submitted for analysis. In most cases you can simply delete vault files.
Leeve it, if it is a backup that is because you healed the virus, if you run out of room in the virus vault delete it.
I just ran a free scan with TREND MICRO Housecall 6.5 and got rid of it. In addition, it even fixes whatever mess this Trojan has left behind.
You can hear it after you beat the quest "Project Purity." You will hear a distress signal from the vault and if you listen to it you will get a new quest, "trouble on the homefront" once you walk into the door of the vault you will once again hear the Vault 101 PA system, not that there's much to hear. p.s. you have to be somewhere near the vault such as in Megaton to hear the distress beacon.
There are 7 vaults as follows: Vault 87 Vault 92 Vault 101 Vault 106 Vault 108 and Vault 112
It will be released on October 4, 2011.