Your_Exe.exe

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  1. AmazingGracePlayer

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    Hitman Pro found all the viruses/trojans on the computer that Avast and SUPERAntiSpyware missed. I didn't get the serial number and just manually removed everything. Thanks!
     
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    No problem.

    A handy program, Hitman Pro. :)
     
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    Your_Exe.exe popped up again with more .exe programs... Maybe I'll use Hitman's removal method.
     
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    This must be one nasty malware!
     
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    Just got rid of it, but a new bvr.exe just came up... How would I fix this? I did a google search but there isn't much on this.
     
  6. Greg

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    Download a trial of Norton. It is definitely worth a shot.

    Oh, and ditch your current AV software too.
     
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    How about Trend Micro? I can get if free off of my school's website.
     
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    If you want it free - use MSE - Microsoft Security Essentials.

    Oh, Revo Unistaller (free version) can launch the MS malicious software removal tool - it takes ages - and MS has an auto execute version (alternative) - try running that :)
     
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    Make sure you are not reinfecting your system by usb sticks or hard disks.
     
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