Focus on Virus
RE: Virus Oct 12 2006 07:17PM
Shaffer, Bruce (security stsgi com)
Antivirus.com - this is Trend Micro's online offering and it has both an
antispyware and an antivirus scanner that will allow for cleanup without
paying.

Another very good site is www.ewido.net and take advantage of their
on-line antispyware scan, again, cleanup at no cost.

www.browsersentinel.com has a very good utility that is like hijackthis
on GUI.

Another good product for real time detection is www.x-raypc.com you need
to install the trial version, analyze and then clean up anything that is
bad. This last requires a working internet pipe at the time of use
because of the way it works, (real time analysis against a real time
data base, good stuff).

The last two will be shareware trials so if you like them, buy them.
-B-

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Sent: Thursday, October 12, 2006 5:12 AM
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Subject: Virus

Hello,
Please guide me if i post into wrong forum
My server infected by the following virus:
Backdoor.Agobot.AGH
Generic.SerV.DD0DC092
MemScan:Backdoor.Hacdef.AQ
Backdoor.Rbot.FFF

ANy idea, how to clear it ? My company using bitdefender, but it failed
to
disinfect and delete the virus.
Any removal virus tool can recommend ?

Your help will be appreciate.
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