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Hi can anyone advise me, I have AVG and BOclean installed, todays AVG scan
revealed
the below information. BOclean doesn't seem to have picked these up and
although AVG has it doesn't offer a repair or quaranteen solution. What
should I be doing?

Counter.class           virus ident Java/Byteverify                 in
applicat data\sun\deployment\cache\ja

Verifierbug.class      virus ident Java/Byteverify                  in
applicat data\sun\deployment\cache\ja

Web.exe                Trojan horse startpage ADE                in
applicat data\sun\deployment\cache\ja

Worker.class          virus ident Java/Byteverify                   in
applicat data\sun\deployment\cache\ja

Xeyond.class       virus ident Java/Byteverify                     in
applicat data\sun\deployment\cache\ja

Jar.jar-e02d3c0-602dc3e1.zip  virus ident Java/Byteverify    in
applicat data\sun\deployment\cache\ja

Dave






Re: Advice Please


| Hi can anyone advise me, I have AVG and BOclean installed, todays AVG scan
| revealed
| the below information. BOclean doesn't seem to have picked these up and
| although AVG has it doesn't offer a repair or quaranteen solution. What
| should I be doing?
|
| Counter.class           virus ident Java/Byteverify                 in
| applicat data\sun\deployment\cache\ja
|
| Verifierbug.class      virus ident Java/Byteverify                  in
| applicat data\sun\deployment\cache\ja
|
| Web.exe                Trojan horse startpage ADE                in
| applicat data\sun\deployment\cache\ja
|
| Worker.class          virus ident Java/Byteverify                   in
| applicat data\sun\deployment\cache\ja
|
| Xeyond.class       virus ident Java/Byteverify                     in
| applicat data\sun\deployment\cache\ja
|
| Jar.jar-e02d3c0-602dc3e1.zip  virus ident Java/Byteverify    in
| applicat data\sun\deployment\cache\ja
|
| Dave
|

Dave:

Please do NOT Multi-Post a question.  Instead, Cross-Post the quastion to
pertinent, On
Topic, News Groups so all News Groups get the same reply.

You either have multiple .CLASS files outside a Java jar (ZIP type file) or more
likley
multiple .CLASS files inside one or more Java Jars.  As an archive file, AV
software can't
remove an infected .CLASS file from inside a Java Jar.

If you are using any version of Sun Java that is prior to JRE Version 5.0,
then you are strongly urged to remove any/all versions that are prior to JRE
Version 5.0.  There are vulnerabilities in them and they are actively being
exploited.
It is possible that is how you got infected with malware.

Therefore, it is highly suggested that if there are any prior versions of Sun
Java
to Version 5 on the PC that they be removed and Sun Java JRE Version 5.0 Update 6
be installed ASAP.

http://www.java.com/en/download/manual.jsp

1)    Dump the contents of your IE cache -
        Start --> settings --> control panel --> Internet options --> delete
files

2)    Dump the contents of the Mozilla FireFox Cache { if you use FireFox }
       Tools --> Options --> Privacy --> Cache --> Clear

3)    Dump the contents of your Sun Java cache -
        Start --> settings --> control panel --> Java applet --> cache --> clear
          or
        Start --> settings --> control panel --> Java applet --> general -->
settings -->
        delete files

4)    Re-scan your system using your AVG anti virus software.


--
Dave
http://www.claymania.com/removal-trojan-adware.html
http://www.ik-cs.com/got-a-virus.htm



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