TROJAN TROUBLE

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  1. s18000rpm

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    When ever i browse the internet (for the past two days) using INTERNET EXPLORER,I'm notified by my anti virus (AVG FREE EDITION),
    the following TROJAN HORSE : TROJAN HORSE DOWNLOADER.Istbar.4.P, (File Name = winzp32[1].exe ; srvlvj[1].exe
    : TROJAN HORSE Dialer.BPL
    (File Name = win131.tmp ; win623.tmp)

    both these are CAUGHT at the same time by AVG anti-virus, this has happened two times using "IE" & once using OPERA 8.54/ 3B Browser.
    I'm not sure about this happening when using Opera. Because at the same time i was using 3B browser.

    I've Installed ZoneLabs Security PRO (Now Fully Updated).
    i'm Also using "a-squared" , Windows Defender (both up to date).

    Can you tell me how to remove these. (One of my friend told me TROJAN CANNOT BE REMOVED easily once it Infects a PC).

    And When i make a Rescue Disk Using AVG it shows me an error ----- "System Drive C:\ uses NTFS file system & Rescue Disk may not have access to this Drive."

    but it continues to create the RESCUE DISK.



    My PC config:

    HP Pavilion, WINDOWS XP Home Edition SP2 (Fully Updated), 256MB RAM, Intel 915G M/B, Intel GMA 900 Gfx.

    OS is on C: Drive which is NTFS.
     
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    first clean ur pc junk with freeware 'ccleaner' www.ccleaner.com

    then run ur avg, a-squared, windowsdefender in SAFE MODE.

    else use 'delete doctor' www.diskcleaners.com to delete the known culprit files.

    if nothing helps, post ur hijackthis logfile here or at www.hijackthis.de for scrutiny.
     
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