Trojan Remover

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  1. gazzfoth's Avatar

    gazzfoth said:

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    Does anyone know of any good trojan remover? I had Trojan Remover v 4.8.2, and norton AV told me i had a trojan horse on my PC but the trojan remover didnt pick it up?!? I still think there could be a trojan on my pc, even though I have deleted the file.
     
  2. WTD's Avatar

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    I've heard thecleaner from moosoft is a good one, but I've never used it extensively...
     
  3. tef89's Avatar

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    These are two of the best I've found:-

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    I've upped the serials / cracks for both :-

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    Hope they help

    tef
    Last edited by tef89; 12th September 2002 at 04:13 PM.
     
  4. gazzfoth's Avatar

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    thanks mate, the Anti-Trojan 5.5 worked! :-)
     
  5. tef89's Avatar

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    It seems to be Trojan season at the moment and I know Klez is programmed for the 6th of each month so I'm glad you got it sorted gazz

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    yeh, i downloaded the trojan off Kazzaa Lite (stupid i know), the trojan was hidden under a software package i wanted!
    one query i have with the trojan remover, when scanning for any open ports, it displays 'Port 5000 open. Possible trojans. Sockets de Troie, Blazer 5' What does this mean? and at the end of the scan it says i havent got any trojans.?
     
  7. tef89's Avatar

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    It just means those are the trojans known to frequent that port gazz it doesn't mean you have those trojans.

    Are you running a firewall ?
     
  8. gazzfoth's Avatar

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    Yeh i'm running McAfee Desktop Firewall, and i also have a built in firewall with my router, so it stops most majorthings getting in/out. Cheers :-)
     
  9. tef89's Avatar

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    Mcafee is a great one

    tef
     
  10. WTD's Avatar

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    Tef I've just DL that too, thanks for the link, advice and crack Much appreciated matey
     
  11. tef89's Avatar

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    Np's WTD - glad to help.

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  12. whitesteel's Avatar

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    Gazforth are you running windowsxp, if you are then that is the reason that port 5000 is open. It is easy enough to shut if you can be bothered.
     
  13. gazzfoth's Avatar

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    Yeah mate I am running WinXP. How do i close the port?
     
  14. whitesteel's Avatar

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    Yeah I thought you must be as it is as it is a problem associated with xp. I will PM you a document (it will be late afternoon though as I don't have access to it till then) that shows you how to shut off all the non-essential processes the xp starts as standard and which also shuts the 5000 port in the process. It also speeds up your computer aswell as it stops all the unnecessary drains on your resources.
     
  15. tef89's Avatar

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    Lo whitesteel / gazz - I couldn't get a copy of that aswell could I please ?

    tef
     
  16. whitesteel's Avatar

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    No problem as far as I am concerned I will PM it to you when I send the other one but it won't be to later on this evening
     
  17. tef89's Avatar

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    Thanks whitesteel - much appreciated

    tef
     
  18. WTD's Avatar

    WTD said:

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    LOL don't mean to be a me-too, but....

    Me too please
     
  19. whitesteel's Avatar

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    yeah sure WTD I can send it to you aswell it is no bother it is just a case of cutting and pasting the document into the message box when I get on that computer so its not a problem.