Trojan bifrose removal?

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Win XP home   Trojan Horse Bifrose.bjc

The above Trojan was one of a few virus's contracted.
It disabled the Firewall and kept on rebooting the PC.
Ended up formatting C:

As D: had most of my data, some of which I had
to move from C:

C: is now clean, with windows reinstalled.

How do I get rid of the Trojan "Bifrose.bjc" in D:.

Am using AVG which finds it ok, but wont delete/quarantine it.

Have tried "Superantispyware" and "malwarebytes Anti- malware"
with similar results.

Searched Google, mainly people pushing their own product.

How do I clean D: and keep it out of a clean C: drive

Any help appreciated ....Ian


Re: Trojan bifrose removal?

Ian wrote:
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Install the Recovery Console from the XP cd, boot into that and delete the
file from there.
--
Dave Baker



Re: Trojan bifrose removal?




| Install the Recovery Console from the XP cd, boot into that and delete the
| file from there.
| --
| Dave Baker

An excellent solution and I wish the OP had provided the fully qualified name
and path to
the file in question.


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



Re: Trojan bifrose removal?


| Win XP home   Trojan Horse Bifrose.bjc

| The above Trojan was one of a few virus's contracted.
| It disabled the Firewall and kept on rebooting the PC.
| Ended up formatting C:

| As D: had most of my data, some of which I had
| to move from C:

C:: is now clean, with windows reinstalled.

| How do I get rid of the Trojan "Bifrose.bjc" in D:.

| Am using AVG which finds it ok, but wont delete/quarantine it.

| Have tried "Superantispyware" and "malwarebytes Anti- malware"
| with similar results.

| Searched Google, mainly people pushing their own product.

| How do I clean D: and keep it out of a clean C: drive

| Any help appreciated ....Ian


Insufficient information.

What is the fully name and path to the file deemed to be a Bifrose backdoor ?

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



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