I had this problem too and it annoyed me greatly, but I found out that you cannot delete the files because they are already in use (ctrl + alt + delete will bring up taskmanager, go to processes and there you will see it in, somewhere that list). To solve this boot your computer in safe mode. To do this press f8 before you get the screen "Windows xp Professional", it's just when you start your computer, after the screen displaying your computer manufacturer. After you press f8 you will see a list of options to boot windows in, select "safe mode" from the list then select "Windows XP Professional", you will then see the familiar screen of windows booting up. You will then be asked to select a user account to login as. Select admin NB: The Admin account may be password protected, if you know it, good, enter it. If not, either refer to your computer manual, or login as your usual account. When you login it will look like windows 95, that's because all of the visual options have been disable, and only the most important processes have been allowed to load. From there run Norton, it will say that it is not able to run in safe mode, but will ask if you want to run a scan, click OK, and leave it to scan. It should find the virus, and you should be able to delete it. Hope this helped :D
Microsoft Security Essentials is antivirus software for Windows XP through Windows 7. It protects your computer against viruses, spyware, trojan horses and rootkits.
Spyware, Trojan, Adware. I this these are dangerous computer malwares.
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Computer Wroms, Trojan horses, spyware, adware, malware..... hope it helps
Trojan downloader is I think spyware so get spyware doctor or a strong antivirus.
Yes, anti spyware remove Trojan horse. You can try optimoav.com
The Vundo trojan can be removed from one's computer by downloading a removal tool. The removal tool can be downloaded from many websites, including Symantec and Norton.
lass.exe is a process which is registered as the Troj.Bdoor.AKM Trojan. This Trojan allows attackers to access your computer from remote locationsYou need to run a good anti virus and anti spyware program
Trojan.avalert is a Trojan Horse program that displays fake Windows and antivirus security messages plus links to websites that are corrupted. From what I have read from the Norton Security Community forums, Norton cannot remove Trojan.avalert.
Get an antivirus protection like from Microsoft of something . if you get an antivirus that you have never heard of it might not work or maybe its a Trojan or spyware being downloaded into your computer. :]
It may show Trojan horse characteristics like pretending to be legitimate software and once installed download spyware and infect the computer. Or steal passwords
Seems like a trojan virus
To delete a Trojan, you should try to buy a good anit-virus program like Norton Antivirus, Windows Live Onecare, etc. Then, just run a scan. The scanner will ask if you want to delete the Trojan, and you should click accept. Done.
A trojan fake alert is rogue spyware that displays fake virus alert popups to trick the computer user into purchasing unnecessary software to remove the fake virus. This type of spyware can usually be uninstalled using software such as Malwarebytes, SuperAnti-Spyware and other anti-malware applications.
trojan websites give you big computer viruses and if you have one use spybot spyware adware and zone alarm if none of those work i would get a wipout computer clean disk it removes everything.
PostBuild.exe, is a Virus/Trojan, it goes under PostBuild, and can harm you computer, i would do a scan with a Anti-Spyware program.
Trojan horse is spyware that be removed by downloading free anti spyware prog superantispyware from the free site filehippo
You can get firewall protection, and install norton 360, update your computer to the max, and it should get killed away
These are fake antivirus programs, usually Norton misses such malware. Use MalwareBytes or SUPERAntispyware instead.
Internet Protocol security. The security that relates to computer security on the internet - firewalls, spyware, Trojan horses and that sort of stuff
Trojan horses are designed to allow a hacker to target a remote computer system. Once a Trojan horse has been installed on a target computer system, it is possible for a hacker to access it remotely and perform various operations and it may do so without any user intervention at the remote end.