07-12-2009 02:44 PM
07-12-2009 03:57 PM
There was a post on this subject a while back. I will attempt to locate it. Please do not try to remove the trojan if it is still there. I will get back to you on this.
07-12-2009 06:41 PM
If you check the History in NIS/NAV (you have not said which Norton product you have), then under Resolved Security Risks you should see if Norton removed the Trojan.
When these type malware first appeared, they started with 256 bit encryption keys. Most AV labs figured out how to generate the keys so the user did not have to pay. Nowadays, this type uses 1024 bit encryption keys or better. It will take about 80 years to figure out the encryption key at that level. Every two bits added to the key encryption adds a level of difficultly in breaking the code.
The best remedy is to remove the Trojan and then restore the files from a backup.
07-12-2009 07:44 PM - edited 07-12-2009 08:01 PM
Try on of these tools
from te37 and up dependant on your variant
as stated here
for any personal files you don't have clean copies of