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Rob R.

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  1. XIII,

    Did you delete the file or quarantine the file?

    Not sure if it would help if you have a copy of the file in quarantine. Graftor is a generic detection for a trojan. Even if you could analyze the file now, you never know what binaries were downloaded and executed by this trojan 3 days ago. Files on the malware host may change every minute.

    I would never trust a machine that was infected. Clean install, change passwords and don't rely on MSE.

  2. queenslander,

    It's most likely detected as infected because it contains a PUP.

    In the OA popup is a link for more info, but i'm pretty sure that popup is closed now.

    Find the warning in OA history. Click the (?) for info from isthisfilesafe.com

    At the bottom of that page you'll see a link to the most recent Virustotal scan results where that file was checked by ±50 Anti-Malware applications.

  3. bekam,

    Welcome to Emsisoft support forums.

    You can use the whitelist to exclude files, folders, processes or detections.

    Open Emsisoft Anti-Malware > Guard > File Guard, and click the 'Manage whitelist'.
    Select 'Folder' in the first column. Click once in the second column and a little blue button appears. Click that little button to select the folder you want to exclude.



    Wir möchten an dieser Stelle ganz klar Stellung beziehen und versichern, dass wir auf keinen Fall bewusst eine Lücke in unserer Emsisoft Anti-Malware Serie einbauen, um einen staatlichen Trojaner oder ähnliche Software gewähren zu lassen. Sollte es irgendwann einmal zu einem Gesetzesbeschluss oder Gerichtsurteil kommen, welches uns dazu zwingt, so werden wir die Nutzer unserer Software umgehend darüber informieren. Vor allem das Verhaltensanalyse-Modul von Emsisoft Anti-Malware unterscheidet nicht zwischen "gutartigen" und bösartigen Schädlingen. So haben Sie als Nutzer immer die Möglichkeit, ein auffälliges Programm sofort zu blockieren.



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  5. I don't rely on Windows system restore when there are troubles. Better use imaging software. Check if your harddisk manufacturer offers free tools. Most likely a rebranded Acronis program.

    Does OA History show any info that might help?

    If i can find some time today i'll perform a clean instal on XP 32 and check if i see a notification for IE.

  6. Installing a new version of a program in a different folder without uninstalling the previous version is never a good idea.

    I'm certain that will cause troubles with many programs if you try, especially security software.

    Regarding IE, is it possible it was already active before you changed the default option?

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