Windows 7 Fynloski Variant AA


Senior Member
I noticed today that I have acquired a Trojan that my AV (eset nod32 av5) is unable to clean or delete. So it says in the logs anyway. What to do my friends. I'm running Win 7 HP x64 on a laptop with lots of power. I have MBAM installed as an alternate scanner. What gets me is that eset is able to find this, why doesn't it kill it?

I have added a Snip of the log file for your viewing pleasure.


Noob Whisperer
You may need to hit it with an offline scanner. Grab a blank CD and this program Microsoft Standalone System Sweeper Beta | Microsoft Connect (get the correct version for your architecture) double click the program and it will build a bootable CD for you.
Boot the system from the CD and run a FULL system scan (defaults to Quick Scan) see if that finds it and gets rid of it for you.

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