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AVG 7.5 Found Trojan Virus But Updates Only Go Up To 2008
I have 182 gb free on my hard drive and 2 gb of ram. Reply Mark O'Neill April 29, 2008 at 5:24 pm It gives you the OPTION to install the Yahoo toolbar. ruby - SUPERantispyware found nothing either. Next I downloaded and ran Ad-Aware, which found another DIFFERENT trojan. navigate here
To bad really like AVG. When it booted up and Windows started, I got a "Security Center" window telling me about a trojan (Zlob.G to be precise) that had been detected. But even without the complete install, I'm able to get a full system scan going in safe mode. I may be too radical, but I consider ANY unwanted software spyware. https://securityandthe.net/2008/11/10/avg-virus-scanner-removes-critical-windows-file/
Thanks for your post. If The tech support cannot answer any of my emails for several days I would think it reasonable to assume they are so busy and back logged with countless problems from Just my thoughts. Then they said, no more updates for 7.5 upgrade to 8.0, so I did.
Disabling it (the Linkscanner component) left my AVG system tray icon in an permanent error-warning state. I installed it and found map Trust no exe in c:\windows, but I do not know how to open control panel. zOMG your computer is now AT RISK!! My HP laptop ran so slow, it was like molasses in January.
but then i think,if that was the case,we wouldn't have these little gatherings on a site like this,where we could read about peoples issues with things they get for free,and how any thoughts? Elliott November 12th, 2008 at 3:31 am I have a hunch that this is what destroyed my system. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/avg-7-5-found-trojan-but-cant-find-it-since-7-5-is-outdated.795507/ Back to top #10 keviv keviv Topic Starter Members 9 posts OFFLINE Local time:04:32 PM Posted 07 December 2008 - 02:44 PM sherlock -- that worked!
What can we do now? Based on everything I know about AVG, I made the recommendation to the readers that AVG is the best anti-virus software. Reply mikeyj May 12, 2009 at 1:36 pm I also had lockups with AVG's 8 version, on Windows Vista w/ 1GB of ram, it slowed my pc down so much I Go back into Like Steve, I got the same sequence of events on 4.4.08.
Options:Reply•Quote Re: 1.5a2 becomming unstable, I think. I figured someone broke through AVG with a virus to do this to my email. He explains a lot of things in there which might be of use to you. Thanks AVG Hermke November 14th, 2008 at 2:13 am Download image on http://www.hermke.be use it to boot your computer answer yes and the necessary files wil be copied to the right
Speaking of which, I came across this… AVG virus scanner removes critical Windows file | Security and the Net […] Lance November 11th, 2008 at 4:07 pm If you can boot I am using KM1.5a2. AVG found one trojan (not zlob, but i forget which), and removed it, but that didn't seem to fix it. It removed several files and now won't boot.
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Steve, it has only been 3 days by roddy32 / April 7, 2008 8:08 AM PDT In reply to: Re: This way... Back to top #5 Chris Bar Chris Bar Topic Starter Members 65 posts OFFLINE Local time:05:32 PM Posted 21 September 2008 - 11:05 AM Used add or delete prog under Options:Reply•Quote Re: 1.5a2 becomming unstable, I think. they dramatically slow down your machine, requiring more ram ..
I would, however, make a backup of the 1.5b2 directory before you copy the other over just in case. John Murphy November 30th, 2008 at 12:05 pm I can't thank you enough! Though the Trojan(?) seems to be gone, as I mentioned the memory hunger plaguing KM continues even after all KM windows are closed.
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you're a life saver. Boycott Novell » Eye on Microsoft: Feeling the Pinch Again November 17th, 2008 at 7:15 pm […] boast that security software need not cost money and many are using products from Both AVG 7.5 and AVG 8.0 were affected by the update; a revised signature database has just been published that corrects this issue. Thank you for your post.
Update 3: A reader suggested Avira as another alternative free virus scanner; I've never heard of it, but you can check it out here. I've got Win XP Pro, 1 GB RAM and 80 GB HD so your results might be different. You start with the redisgned UI, then you talk about cookies (fairly innocuous threat - would be last on my list), and you go on with that google seach checking and Posted by: Mangaliso Date: August 20, 2008 11:28PM I have been using AVG v8 for a few days and it seems my computer is becoming slow and unstable.
Avoid AVG at all cost, such errors (blunders) are simply unforgiveable. I read up on Zlob, and I don't see the typical Zlob system processes in my windows Task Manager. Surely crashed tens of thousands of computers.