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Computer task list keep open iexplore.exe and close by it selft

Posted on 2013-05-28
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hi, I thought this computer got virus, but after malwarebyte scan and clean, only good for a half day,  the other day happen again, I check the start up , nothing show there. the task list keep popping up iexplore.exe and closing by itself. any software can clean this virus?
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by:Ben Hart
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First off you don't know it's a virus.  Have you scanned the machine in Safe Mode?
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by:Simon Chen
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yes, I found this because it keep poping a message for sysfader iexplore.exe application error, yesterday malwarebyte it did detect a Trojan and I have deleted it. and today this message showed up again.
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by:Simon Chen
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I have roll back the system couple days ago status, now run the malwarebyte, can't find anything, msg didn't pop yet, hopefully it will be ok now.
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by:Ben Hart
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Next suggestion was to be a System Restore... you did not mention the trojan initially.
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like I said I have restore roll back to couple days ago status. now after scan no found, will see....
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by:Simon Chen
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after restore the system, it seems ok now.
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