Re: got this trojan in a file called mscmsr.dll - don't know where it came from...

David De wrote:

For this board, where do I post the hijack log?

You don't. David was very clear and I'll repeat it: do not post HijackThis
logs to the Microsoft public newsgroups. It takes a great deal of time and
expertise to analyze HJT logs and there are privacy issues. Instead, choose
one of the specialty forums listed below, register, read their posting FAQ,
and post your HJT log there. Not here. - HijackThis tutorial by Merijn - another
tutorial - Click on the HijackThis forum. Read the announcement and
the stickies *first*.

Elephant Boy Computers
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