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Trojan/W32.FraudPack.597158.B has entered Windows 7

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Trojan/W32.FraudPack.597158.B has entered Windows 7
  

I thought that the Windows 7 operating system will not be affected by any of the current infections. I have done a clean install to Windows 7 from Windows XP. A couple of days ago, Trojan/W32.FraudPack.597158.B has entered Windows 7. I am using AVG antivirus, that is a recommended antivirus by many of the experts, but still it is not able to delete this threat. Please provide the suitable solutions.

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Re: Trojan/W32.FraudPack.597158.B has entered Windows 7

If Trojan/W32.FraudPack.597158.B has entered Windows 7 and the AVG antivirus is not able to get rid of the same means that the antivirus is not updated to the current date. This means that the signatures of the new infections must have not been added to its database. So, you will have to update the database of the AVG antivirus and after that run a system scan, that will help you to remove this threat from your system.
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Re: Trojan/W32.FraudPack.597158.B has entered Windows 7

If Trojan/W32.FraudPack.597158.B has entered Windows 7, then you must be aware, since this is a trojan and the name itself tells that. The files of such infections cannot be detected normally because they seem to be legible programs of the system from outside. It is internally that they work for the destruction of the system. So, I guess that you will have to format the computer to remove this infection from the system.
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Re: Trojan/W32.FraudPack.597158.B has entered Windows 7

Anti-spywares are the best solution that can be used against trojans and if Trojan/W32.FraudPack.597158.B has entered Windows 7, then you must install a recommended anti-spyware, that is spyware doctor. They have the ability to stay in the background of the system and check for the malicious activities that are going on within the system. All the applications and programs that are causing such problems are eradicated permanently.
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Re: Trojan/W32.FraudPack.597158.B has entered Windows 7

The boot scan can be used if Trojan/W32.FraudPack.597158.B has entered Windows 7. The Quick Heal antivirus can help you in this case. Just remember to use the new version of this antivirus, as the older version of Quick Heal is incompatible with the Windows 7 operating system. The boot scan takes place before the operating system starts and hence, the infections can be removed easily at this time.
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Re: Trojan/W32.FraudPack.597158.B has entered Windows 7

I suppose that Trojan/W32.FraudPack.597158.B has entered Windows 7 has entered from the internet. The best method to stop them from entering the system from the web is to start the firewall in the computer. They can check for all the data or information that comes into the system. You can use the in-built Windows Firewall. If you are not comfortable with the same, then use any third party firewall.
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