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May 15, 2006, 9:04 am
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a strong iranian antivirus named IMEN. it remove the EXE files. then i
go to registery and remove some keys and values from registery. then i
isntall norton anti virus 2005 and update it with last virus
definitions i downloaded from symantec web site free. everything is
Looking good . until i plug in the Network Cable. after one or two
hours norton virus alert apears several times. it found virus in local
hard drives. in system32 or windows\temp . it causes to make my
computer slow down. and make me to restart windows and wait for virus
alert again. the only remaining solution is Remove and install a fresh
copy of Windows XP. do you any other solutions?
Someone else in the network is infected, so a reinstall doesn't help,
the attack will begin again.
Did you also install Service Pack 2?
Ah, Information. A property, too valuable these days, to give it away,
just so, at no cost.
Tough Sh!t basturd !
Iran DESERVES viruses !
You guys just want to create a Nuclear Bomb to destroy all non-Muslims !
Israel being the first on your target list ! Your president says he
wants to destroy Israel and that's why Iran is enriching Uranium/Plutonium.
Iranians can't be trusted, YOU don't deserve anti virus assistance.
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