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How do you get rid of Trojan horse virus?

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to get rid of a Trojan virus u must reboot your whole computer. You cant just get rid of it completely. So just restore it to its original settings:)

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

There are several ways to get rid of the Trojan Horse virus. You can manually find the infected program and delete it or you can download a anti virus program which will do it for you. There is not a "best" Trojan Horse remover as they all work the same in trying to get rid of the virus. Some brands include Nortan Antivirus, McAfee,etc.

The spyware program 'PestPatrol' will remove it.

TO get rid of them rename your virus program then tell your virus program to get rid of the virus

Trojan horse Probably a Trojan Horse or a Worm

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

I have just updated my free AVG 6 anti virus program today and it caught and healed the Trojan horse downloader.Siboco.B virus. so my suggestion to you is to update your AVG.7 or download the free one.

A trojan horse (a computer virus).

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

the trojan virus is very comman it hides and releases it self when its in your computer and attacks it it gots it name after the trojan horse just imagine it like that but not in a funny way cause they are very annoying but you can get rid of them if you have secruity

Depends on which Ant Virus you have. However, if its quarrantined you dont really have to get rid of it.

AVG version 7.0 ($33 US for 2yr license The only anti-virus software that seems to address the turown virus.

The Trojan horse virus looks harmless or even beneficial to one's computer. This is a kind of malware that entices people to install it into their system.

A Trojan horse is a type of virus disguised as something good but when you open it it does it's damage.

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.

A Trojan is a worm that is usually disguised as a desirable download that when executed drops other worms on your computer. Hence the name Trojan horse. A Trojan is not technically a virus because it cannot reproduce itself.

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

A Trojan Horse the file is 800000cb.@

Go here for a free virus scan and removal. Be patient, this is a very in depth scan and takes awhile.

A Trojan Horse virus spreads through anyway possible, but the main way to get a Trojan horse is by downloading un-legitimate programs from the internet. What does a Black Trojan horse do: enters and exit's your computer undetected bringing in viruses from a unknown source.

My free version of AVG detected this Trojan horse, but didn't give instructions on how to get rid of it. I followed the path on the test center to see where it was located, and when I got into that folder a box popped up that allowed me to "heal" it or remove it to the virus vault.

"You can get a trojan horse virus from a number of things. Trojan horses come in a variety of forms, a common one being the rogue virus. You can get this virus from downloading content from peer-to-peer websites, or simply visiting websites. There is no foolproof way to avoid viruses."

i went to dl AVG anti-virus version 7 and it manages to detect the Trojan and delete most of them... as for those which are unable to heal or delete... try to go to the foler that consists of the infected file and the anti virus shd prompt u abt the Trojan... den.. u can safely delete the Trojan horse... hopes it help...

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