How Do I Remove It?

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This Win32:DCom-F [Expl], is getting the best of me.  I can run any other AV
and not find it, I run SuperAntispyware, and not find it.  I run
Malwarebytes, and don't find it.  Now, how do I remove it out of my files so
Avast will not keep picking it up?  I was told it may be in the System
Restore Cache.
thanks



Re: How Do I Remove It?


| This Win32:DCom-F [Expl], is getting the best of me.  I can run any other AV
| and not find it, I run SuperAntispyware, and not find it.  I run
| Malwarebytes, and don't find it.  Now, how do I remove it out of my files so
| Avast will not keep picking it up?  I was told it may be in the System
| Restore Cache.
| thanks


By definition (Expl) it it is an Exploit and therefore there is most likely
NOTHING to
remove.

Chances are your (un-named) anti virus blocked exploitation code of undeclared
origin.

This most likely was an Exploit attempt on TCP port 135 and thus was declared as
a DCom
Exploit of type F variant.

DCom - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Distributed_Component_Object_Model

A log extract from your un-named anti virus application would provide better
information
on this event.

--
Dave
http://www.claymania.com/removal-trojan-adware.html
Multi-AV - http://www.pctipp.ch/downloads/dl/35905.asp



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