Avast has picked up 2 instances of Win32:Agent-DPZ[Trj], are these trojans or false positives, and is it worth me sending to Alwil.ThanksSteve
It seems that Alwil already know about it. Scroll down and look under 12.12.2006 - 0657-0 click here
OMG, now thats a long page.Whats this VPS History all about then?
Not exactly sure what VPS stands for - but the list at the link I have you is the list of viruses which Avast has added to its definition updates in the last few days!
That should read - "the list at the link I GAVE you"
Do you have any clue as to how serious it is.My Cyberlink program is affected and a restore point too! Although can't I just delete all my restore points to sort that problem.
Another thing is the fact that if they have just updated the definitions then I may have been infected for a while?
The thing you need to know about Avast, is it 'complains' about alot of 'viruses' that others don't pick up because they are that low-level.You could do a google search on the name and see what comes up, but I think your safe
Sorry, no idea about how serious it is.Did you allow Avast to delete/quarantine it?It might be worthwhile turning System Restore off (you'll lose all your restore points) and scanning again with Avast and any anti-malware programs you have.
Both instances are in the chest. I've deleted my restore points, and once I find an anti malware program I like, I'll do a scan. Any suggestions for the latter? Sorry to go off topic!Steve
Windows Defender for real-time protection click hereA2 as an additional scanner click here
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