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    lkjhuiop Guest

    Default Spyware not detected

    I have gotten caught by a nasty piece of spyware that both bombards me with adds for SpyFalcon (supposed spyware protection) and blocks my use of IE Explorer.
    (I had to crank up an old box to send this note.)
    How much effort goes into making sure that the spyware function is as up todate and inclusive as possible?
    Also, there is no info that I have found on how to deal with the 'new' exploits.
    I mean, how am I supposed to kill this **bleep**er?

    Operating System:Windows XP Pro
    Product Name:ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite
    Software Version:6.0

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    lkjhuiop Guest

    Default Re: Spyware not detected

    Apparently, it is the SmitFraud.G trojan (?).
    Is this a common trojan?

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    Default Re: Spyware not detected

    Anti-virus / anti-spyware products in general cannot detect and remove trojans as effeciently as specialised anti-trojan programs. This explains why ZoneAlarm may not be able to detect it.

    Anyway, your system seeks badly infected.
    Please copy and paste the URL below to your address bar and press Enter:
    http://forum.zonelabs.org/zonelabs/b...essage.id=8814

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    Hi,


    YES, your computer has some NASTY BUGS installed.
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    Default Re: Spyware not detected

    Yes, NOD32 is known to remove trojans better than the other anti-virus programs, but I would still recommend a specialised anti-trojan program.

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