Virus!!!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by slayer[X], Jul 1, 2002.

  1. slayer[X]

    slayer[X] Guest

    Help! What's Bakdor.svr virus?

    Harmful or safe?
     
  2. sboulema

    sboulema Moderator

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    Hi
    Do you know for sure that the name of the virus is right, because I can't find it in the database of norton and mcafee. I hope you can give the exact name of the virus. To get the exact name, run a virusscan.
     
  3. Henyman

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  4. 1timemember

    1timemember Guest

    Bakdor.svr, hmm I think its a trojan horse.
    Bakdor = back door
    svr = server??
    For more imformation about trojan horse go here
     
  5. dbwnj

    dbwnj Guest

    Are you sure it is not the

    BACKDOOR



    Virus type: File Infector


    Description:
    This is a File Infector virus. It is detected by the latest pattern file.

    Solution:

    Trend customers

    Keep your pattern file and scan engine updated. Trend Micro antivirus software can clean or remove most types of viruses. Certain viruses, such as Trojans, scripts, overwriting viruses and joke programs which are identified as "uncleanable", should simply be deleted.

    All Internet users
    For a quick check-up of your PC, use HouseCall - Trend Micro's free online virus scanner. This will check for viruses which may already be on your PC.
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    Hope this helps
     
  6. slayer[X]

    slayer[X] Guest

    Ummm i just forgot the spelling but thanks anyway!

    Virusscan deleted that stupid file!
     
  7. eGoalter

    eGoalter Guest


    if its a trojan better make sure the antivirus cleaned all the files placed on your machine from the trojan if it was executed...antivirus scanners dont do a good job of completely removing some trojans.

    it might be a zombie file, which really cant be detected by av.
    because of its rouge code.......but that name should say it all..loloolol:eek: