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Detected at startup by ESET NOD32.
It shows up on startup about once every 3-4 reboots.
"Threat found in operating memory. Unable to clean."
I have no idea what's causing it or whether it's something to be concerned about...
Anyone know anything?
Edited by Varrkarus - 11/21/11 at 9:12pm
    
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NOD32 is unable to remove it after a operating memory scan?
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Looks to me like you've been a naughty boy and are trying to activate office or windows unofficially, and eset is detecting it as a virus... tut tut.


Edited by weidass - 11/21/11 at 3:32am
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my god this forum is still buggy as hell... It won't let me edit my posts as to make it less incriminating. useless junk forum software is useless.

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That's funny.
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Looks like a horrible mock up, personally.
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I would remove nod for now and install another AV program like Avira, Avast or MSE. Then scan your PC. If you have a laptop or another computer you could pull out your HDD and scan it with that.

Nod isn't very good btw.... The 3 AV's I listed are much better.
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