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Win32/RootKit.Agent.ODG Trojan or Win32/Agent.ODG Virus

Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by dbailey18, May 10, 2009.

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    :eek:I have been wondering what has been wrong with my XP Install for about a month now and I just updated Nod32 to the latest version and as soon as the install was complete it came back at me with these ; Win32/Rootkit.Agent.ODG Trojan, and Win32/Agent.ODG virus. Tells me it is installed in the operating memory and it is unable to clean . Anyone have any Ideas on this pesky @##$$%%!!!! Have tried to install and reinstall my paid for edition of SuperAntispyWare with no luck seems to block the instillation no matter how many times I try to install. Have also tried to install Malwarebytes with no luck either seems to block what I'm trying from the get go. Have attached a HJT Log also if it will help. I didn't see anything unusual but I sure could use some help here. About a month ago I was on line doing some research and GOGGLING and all when I noticed the links in goggle were taking me to places that had nothing to do with the link ? Will stay in touch .
     

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    Totally !!
     
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    Just would like to mark this solved as Nod32 Support has given me the answer and that is
    Avenger ! Ran it and cleaned me all up ! (y)
     
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