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    andesj Guest

    Default Trojan.Win32.BHO.abo

    When I open IE I get a pop-up from ZoneAlarm saying analysing resultI say to do it and it says asking me to rename the file, I tell it to do ity, and then it's says to illiminate it, the to remove it on start-up then it says error and close.the file where the virus is is:
    c:windows\system32\aclu.dll and I can't delete it.
    What to do please.

    Operating System:Windows XP Pro
    Software Version:7.0
    Product Name:ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite

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    naivemelody Guest

    Default Re: Trojan.Win32.BHO.abo

    Run all of your current anti-spyware software, anti-virus, etc. See if that works.<hr>If your PC is already infested with spyware and adware, resist the temptation to succumb to impulse buys of anti-spyware products that you see on the Net, esp. those included in the &quot;rogue/suspect&quot; list on this page or advertised on Google. Instead, you can get help online from a corps of savvy volunteers who specialize in busting spyware.

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    </a><div align="center"><hr><div align="center">Follow the instructions for posting a HijackThis! log<div align="center">Most of the above forums will request that you post a HijackThis! log. HijackThis! (HJT) is a free program that will scan key system settings on your PC and generate a plain text log that you can copy and paste into a post. The volunteers at the above forums will examine that HJT log and recommend a course of action to fix your PC. HijackThis! can be downloaded from HERE<a href="" target="_blank">.
    </a><p align="center">Each forum has its own set of instructions and procedures for requesting help and posting a HJT log, so abide by the requirements of the forum you're visiting. Also, do not attempt to use HJT on your own to fix problems. Let one of the expert volunteers examine your HJT log and advise you on what to fix.<div align="center"><hr><div align="center">When you use a 'malware removal forum' it will look like this - click here &gt;<div align="center">It appears this person also uses Kaspersky av= ZA av, too.<div align="center"><hr><div align="center">NaiveMelody NYC 1-30-08 - Bad Company - Bad Company

    Message Edited by NaiveMelody on 01-30-2008 11:31 PM

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