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AVG detected a virus called: backdoor SVC.A

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Is there a site for my to get a removal tool for this virus : backdoor SVC.A. It has infected numerous files and has removed my Norton Anti-Virus.
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Have you tried to reinstall norton and then update its virus definitions and scan for virus and remove it ?

looks like backdoor.svc is a trojan. Try this one
Trojan Remover :http://www.simplysup.com/
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