Re: Trojan Dialer.7.AL
Date: Fri, 10 Sep 2004 14:14:17 +0200
> Hi all,
> I'm running a win98 box in my home computer, some days ago
> AVG found the DIALER.7.AL trojan horse. I let AVG remove the
> infected files but (almost every day) I get the same message from AVG.
> It seems that the trojan replicate itself and AVG only remove a copy.
> I tryed Stinger (it didn't find anything), SpyBot and XoftSpy
> but the DIALER.7.AL is still there.
> Can somenone help ?
> Thanks in adwance.
McAfee's "Stinger" doesn't look for this kind of virus, see this website
for more information: http://vil.nai.com/vil/stinger/
you could do an online scan at RAV:
If it's located in the "System Restore" area then you need to disable
this in Windows, reboot and, if you want, turn it on again:
"How to turn on and turn off System Restore in Windows XP"
MVP Windows - Security
"Microsoft Trustworthy Computing: Security"
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