My pc has been infected by Trojan.Vundo

Posted on 2007-07-23
Last Modified: 2013-12-09
Hello experts,

  I am working under Windows XP. Norton Antivirus detected that it has been infected by Trojan.Vundo (probably b version). According to Norton, I must make a backup of my Windows registry before trying to resolve the infection. How do I do that? I f you have any other advices, they will be welcomed.

Thank you,
Question by:pascal_lalonde
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    Accepted Solution

    I used this and it actually worked for me.  (vundofix.exe)
    LVL 27

    Assisted Solution

    Ramesh's site has some excellent advice >

    "How to backup the Windows XP Registry":
    LVL 27

    Assisted Solution

    Suggest you then try at least two of these free scanners, which should resolve the Trojan issue, if you still have the problem.  You may wish to temporarily disable your NAV during this period  >

    AVG Antivirus Free 7.5  >>
    LVL 7

    Expert Comment

    run REGEDIT by doing (start --> run --> regedit [enter])

    then RIGHTCLICK on the computer in the tree, and click on export.

    Save it somewhere safe...

    Author Comment

    Thank you!

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