Problem with trojan.generic.92403

Trouble removing trojan - Jul 30, 2008 at 03:48 PM
 sh - Jun 16, 2010 at 07:42 PM
Can anyone please help me. Via bit defender I have found trojan.generic.92403 on my computer but bit defender is unable to move it to quarintine or delete it. How can I get it off my computer?

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anti_virus45 Posts 9 Registration date Sunday February 24, 2008 Status Member Last seen June 1, 2009 14
Jul 31, 2008 at 04:51 AM

You must provide yourself a trojan remover, it will help you to get rid of trojans horses ,wormes ,adware ,spyware ,when sometimes antivirus software fails to detect and eliminate them.

Trojans remover works on all os Window 98/xp/2000/vista , but the program is not compatible with 64 version of windows.

To download it please go to below link:
Thanks av45 brilliant advice.

Ran it after install and reboot seems to have worked.
It got rid of Generic!atr Trojan.

I will recommend to our IS dept.
Yes, Superantispyware worked for me too. Had to do it more than once. But maybe i had to do it cuz i didn't turn off the AV-scanner. After a restart it "seems" to be gone (at least the AV-scanner and Superantispyware didn't mention it as a thread)...
Simplysub didn't even recognize "backdoor.generic12.gog.dropper" :-( I don't know the best app i rather think it depends on the trojan after all I've read in several forums. There doesn't seem to be a super tool that can handle every malware. Correct me if I'm wrong. Thx
Trojans? malware? use web scanning very effective removing those malware like trojans,dropper, win32,mazebat and etc.
Download Malwarebytes or IOBIT Security 360 to remove the trojan if your computer is to slow launch in safemode

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Two days ago I found I had backdoor.generic 12.gog.dropper on my computer. AVG Anti Virus would notify me in a pop-up that backdoor.generic 12.gog.dropper was trying to load a program. The only choice AVG gave me was to quarantine the file. But, running AVG could not detect the Trojan during a full scan. I tried 6 different adware/spyware/trojan detect/remove programs and spent many hours searching forums searching for an answer. Finally, one guys best advice was to re-format my drive and reinstall the OS and all of my programs. I dreaded that thought and kept searching forums. At 1:30 AM this morning I found a thread where the author recommended SuperAntiSpyware, I downloaded it, ran it once and thankfully it removed the Trojan.
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Jan 20, 2010 at 10:49 PM
dude, THANKS for the advice! i was having the same prob, installed superantispyware and got rid of it on the spot. actually, it detected 65 diff. threats after spybot and malwarebytes had found none! amazing stuff... i'm even tempted to buy the full version now. thanks!!!!