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2012-05-02 18:10:04
2012-05-02 18:10:04

To delete a Trojan Horse, you'd better follow technical steps to get rid of it.


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The Trojan Horse - miniseries - ended on 2008-04-06.

If you are asking about who came up with the Trojan Horse, it was Odysseus.

The Trojan horse was pulled into Troy, hence 'Trojan'.

yes there was a Trojan Horse.

If it actually existed, the Trojan Horse was built on the plains of Anatolia in front of the City of Troy at the end of the Trojan War, somewhere around 1200 BC. There is no agreement on the actual year.

The Trojan horse was made out of wood.

The Trojan Horse was a very successful distraction to allow the Greeks to infiltrate the town of Troy. The Trojan Horse was used during the Trojan war.

No city was named after the Trojan horse.

He cooked up the scheme of the Trojan Horse which got the Greeks entry to the city.

'you need a Trojan horse to create a Trojan virus' LOL , Trojan Horse itself is a Virus !

a trojan is a horse or computer virus that looks like a good thing but is not. a trojan is just and old horse.

Measurements for the Trojan Horse were never given.

The "Trojan Horse" was built in 1600 AD

No, the Trojan Horse was Odysseus's idea.

The ISBN of Creationism's Trojan Horse is 0195157427.

there was 384 people in the trojan horse

They captured Troy with the ruse of the wooden horse.

The Trojan War and the Trojan Horse

The Trojan war ended with the Trojan winning, which the Greeks intended to hide. The Trojan war ended when Greeks built a hollow wooden horse and placed their soldiers in it and left it at the gates of Troy.

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Creationism's Trojan Horse has 416 pages.

Generic8 Trojan horse is a virus that computers can get. Trojan horses are malicious programs and can be removed with antivirus software.

The Trojan horse was 30 meters high. (60 feet high)

The Greeks first used the Trojan horse to raze the city of Troy

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