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Old 17-07-2010
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Malware.Trace, Adware.MyWebSearch, Backdoor.Bot, Trojan.Agent, Disabled.SecurityCenter
  

I have installed Windows XP Home Edition on my computer system and the problem started by XPAntiMalware popping up. I have installed Norton and Spybot on this system to secure system. I am unable to open any Executable files on this system. I have scanned my system by using Spybot and it has detected various viruses on this system but it is not removing those viruses. How do i remove them now?

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Re: Malware.Trace, Adware.MyWebSearch, Backdoor.Bot, Trojan.Agent, Disabled.SecurityCenter

I think as your system have got several viruses on it so those viruses have disabled all the security softwares on it. Actually you have to use some other anti virus software which lets you remove the detected viruses. This kind of viruses comes from an internet while surfing through the pornographic web sites. You may block such websites from the browser's setting on your XP system.
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Re: Malware.Trace, Adware.MyWebSearch, Backdoor.Bot, Trojan.Agent, Disabled.SecurityCenter

Here I have provided the Norton Anti Virus which is great security tool to secure your windows system from the viruses, malwares and trojans. You have to click on the NORTON to download it and i suggest you to scan your whole system as soon as you install this software on your XP system. Once it will scan then i am sure that you wont be having any problem for removing the detected viruses.
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Re: Malware.Trace, Adware.MyWebSearch, Backdoor.Bot, Trojan.Agent, Disabled.SecurityCenter

Whenever your anti virus software is not able to remove any detected viruses from your system then you must try to remove them from the Safe Mode of your windows operating system. You have to restart your computer and then keep on pressing F8 key which open Windows Booting Options. So select Safe Mode with or without Networking. Now you may try using your anti virus program and check that is it deleting all the viruses or not.
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Re: Malware.Trace, Adware.MyWebSearch, Backdoor.Bot, Trojan.Agent, Disabled.SecurityCenter

I suggest you to keep your Windows Firewall always enables which is good security feature provided by every windows os. It scans each and every bit that load on your system and as soon as it finds even a single bit of malicious data then it stops the transfer. This feature is very much useful when you surf through an internet. Go to the Control Panel and there you would be having an icon for Windows Firewall. So click on it and make settings as per your requirements.
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Re: Malware.Trace, Adware.MyWebSearch, Backdoor.Bot, Trojan.Agent, Disabled.SecurityCenter

It is every trojan's functionality that it disables all the security features on an infected system but still if you have enough security features then it would be bit hard for many viruses to enter in to your system which also depends on the anti virus software which you have installed on your system. If it would be the latest one then it can save your system for sure even from the latest viruses for which you have keep on updating your anti virus software.
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Re: Malware.Trace, Adware.MyWebSearch, Backdoor.Bot, Trojan.Agent, Disabled.SecurityCenter

It seems u are not benifitted with the Antispywares u are using....so can try some other gud antispyware.
For me the Advanced System Protector is the Best Antispyware,it not only blocks the spyware b4 it can enter your system,will also clean the infections if any and it gives routine updates of the latest definitions and is very easy to use..
The On Execution Scanner & Alert Shields make it more efficient in the case of internet access.
It is compatible with XP,windows,vista.
u can also try this

free version of ASP is also available at cnet
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