I have just run an online malware scan which was connected to a program I use called "Advanced WindowsCare V2 Personal".The Scanner Program was called "Prevx CSI". It came up with a Trojan and this explination: This object has a file size of 160,955 bytes, it is called ISDRV118.SYS and is located in the %windir%\system32\drivers\ folder. This file is considered unsafe and is part of the malware group, TROJAN.ALMANAHE.A. It was first seen on Sunday, May 27 2007. It has been seen frequently by 38 users in this section of the community. ISDRV118.SYS has yet to be seen running in this section of the community. ISDRV118.SYS has been the subject of the following behavior: - Created as a new Background Service on the machine - Created as a process on disk - Loaded and Executed as a System Driver File - Deleted as a process from disk. As this free scan program won't allow me to deal with the trojan unless I purchase a liscence Key, I am a bit sceptical that this may be a marketing ploy to get me to buy the program.None of my other scanner programs (Spybot S&D, Ad-Aware 2007, Windows Defender, Windows OneCare Online Scanner, Bitdefender online Scanner)have found this problem. Has anyone come across this "Trojan" before?
I tried various recommended scans and F-Secure picked up some spyware and also A-Squared. However I ran the Prevx scan again and none had removed the "Problem File". As Prevx gave me the full file name,I manually deleted the file and on running the Prevx scan for a third time, I no longer get the warning. Many thanks to all of you that helped,It is a great help and reassurance when things go wrong. Jimmyflood.