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    tssg.exe , mssg.exe , ffren .exe

    hi guys
    need some serious help here
    my comp has been infected with those few files..sometimes NAV detect it as backdoor.trojan and offer to delete or quarantine it....however when i deleted it ...it will still come back
    what trojan virus is that? any way to delete it once and for all? thx

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    Boot your computer in safe mode and then have norton delete them. Once they are loaded into memory, it is possible that they recreate themselves after norton deletes them.
    -Shkuey
    Living life one line of error free code at a time.

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    NAV sometimes fail to detect them...

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    You could be in real trouble. I did a Google search on mssg.exe and have found it to be associated with CIH as well....I would go here and run a scan http://housecall.antivirus.com/ If you detect CIH STOP SCNNING and come back here and we'll help

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    can u give me the link about the search u did?
    btw all the virus scanner doesnt seems to pick up the virus at all
    and it only pop up once a while...then NAV will ask me what to do with it
    thx a lot guys

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    HeySpr173:

    What OS and what version of NAV are you using?
    BTW, I ran a Google search just like Ratman2. You mentioned "the link about the search". Which link are you asking about?

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    Originally posted here by spr173
    can u give me the link about the search u did?
    btw all the virus scanner doesnt seems to pick up the virus at all
    and it only pop up once a while...then NAV will ask me what to do with it
    thx a lot guys
    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q...=Google+Search This is the link for the search. This is the link to the website where I found out about mssg.exe: http://www.vnwr.com/main/archive/20000/27500.html

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    running on win98 and NAV version 2001
    still no CIH detected when i scan for virus using clean rescue CD and diskette
    symantec told me that it is a backdoor.trojan
    but couldnt scan any trojan out using almost all the existing trojan scanner outside

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    HeySpr173:
    Were I you, I would go to Ratman2's link:
    http://www.vnwr.com/main/archive/20000/27500.html
    On that MB, pornqueen had a mssg.exe problem. You might want to email her to find out exactly how she rid her computer of CIH.
    BTW, sometimes those porn applications are infected with JS.Exception.Exploit.

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