Earlier this week whilst surfing on my desktop for dect phone customer reviews I got stung by the mother of a trojan which propagated itself so fast. It sailed straight through ZASS as if it wasn't there.
It took a while but managed to set ZASS for deep scan and reboot into Safe Mode. After hours of scanning all that was found was trojan.js.redirector.l in the temp internet files folder. The was removed but the problems remained. Re-run the scan without finding anything else.
So managed to update & run the FREE Malwarebytes' Antimalware which found a number of instances of: -
What is the point of paying for ZASS when it didn't stop the trojan and didn't detect it afterwards especially when some freeware had to do the job for you ??!!
Now I'm left with a desktop I'll probably reinstall and protected by ZASS which I'm not sure I trust anymore.
My deskop was running the following: -
-XP SP3 (with all the latest updates applied)
-Malwarebytes' Antomalware 1.41