Try a find folders and files and look for the cab file and delete it. worked for me in 2 minutes!
AVG for windows seems to get rid of the downloader, but sometimes it comes back. i personally don't thonk you can get rid of them uless you are willing to do a full system restore. good luck!
move the file to the desktop, then, drag it to the recycle/trash bin (depending if u have a mac or a dellpintenium processer
It's not really a virus...
It would depend on the name of the dat file. If it is used by the operating system then you will not be able to delete that file.
How do I get rid of this Virus?
i had the virus a couple days ago and to get it out of the system i ran AVG virus scan. you can download a free version from www.avg.com once you run it, make note of the file the virus is in. avg will not clean or quarantine it. though once it finds it you can delete the file by restarting the computer and locating the file. you may have to run avg a second time after you reboot but it will eventually allow you to get rid of the file off your hard drive. feel free to email me if you need some help with it.
Get Hijackthis, a freeware program. Scan for the refence to the file that AVG can't remove. Redo AVG virus scan. Reboot, repeat if necessary.
Is it a necessary system file? If not, just delete it. Preferably, use the File Shredder feature most antivirus programs have.
The best way to get rid of a calus is to file it off with a nail file.
I had the same Trojan downloader, tried spybot,avg nothing worked. Went to moosoft.com and downloaded the Trojan cleaner(they allow a free 30 day trial)and the downloader is now gone.
The spyware program 'PestPatrol' will remove it.
Same thing happened to mine.I had to do a system restore and it went away.
If you are trying to delete a file and a message says you need permission to do so, then it might be that the system is currently using that file. You can reboot and try again. Or, you need to be logged in as an administrator to delete the file.
try free antivirus software AVG
Trojan downloader is I think spyware so get spyware doctor or a strong antivirus.
There are many sites that can guide you on this. One of my recommendations; http://wiki.castlecops.com/Malware_Removal_and_Prevention:_Introduction
Get rid of this as follows: 1. Use AVG to identify the infected file. Note the path and file name. 2. Create, or edit, the file C:\Windows\winini.ini 3. Add to the top of the file, if it doesn't already exist, the following line: [rename] 4. For each infected file, e.g. "c:\windows\file1", add a line as follows: NULL=C:\windows\file1 5. Save and close wininit.ini 6. Restart in Normal Mode Good luck!
purity scan ac - http://www.symantec.com/security_response/writeup.jsp?docid=2003-090516-2325-99&tabid=3
It all depends on where the file is located.The rundll32.exe file is located in the folder C:\Windows\System32 is a system file . In other cases, rundll32.exe is a virus, spyware, Trojan or worm! .
Disable your system restore, then reboot your comp, then after it boots back up, enable your system restore again. That will get rid of all of those stored files and settings in the System Volume Info folder..
I don't know if this will work for you, but I disabled 'system restore'and then restarted the computer. Once the computer restarted, I enabled 'system restore' again and then ran a virus check. The virus was gone. Hope this works for you.