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need help with removing npnj5Agent.exe

Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by kennycc, Jan 7, 2013.

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  1. kennycc

    kennycc Thread Starter

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    just yesterday i started to get pop up from my trial version of malware bytes anti-malware regarding npnj5Agent.exe so I full scan with anti-malware but it found nothing so I rebooted it to safe mode and scan on there and it still found nothing. I have also full scan my anti virus which is microsoft security essentials but again it did not find the npnj5Agent.
    so far there is no folder on my c or under programs or windows at all regarding npnj5Agent.exe it only show on my processes.

    edit: forgot to say that when ever I try to end the process it keep saying access is denied. and i'm the admin of this computer.

    so can someone help me remove this virus/spyware/backdoor?
    if i need to download program i prefer free one.

    thanks in advance
     

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    dvk01 Moderator Malware Specialist

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    that is a false alarm by MBAM

    it is normally part of AhnLab Online Security or INISAFE Mail v4
    or INISafeWeb 7.0 (SFilter v1.0) more likely inisafe web 7

    it would have been installed as part of one of your numerous online Korean banking applications/plugins
     
  3. kennycc

    kennycc Thread Starter

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    ok thanks for the info. i do you korean banking so i will put this as solved
    thanks again
     
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