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Hi, I was browsing the net earlier when the kaspersky notifier box (red) said that a trojan was attacking, it then turned green and said "access denied" so I assumed all was well. I did some research and downloaded rkill, but as soon as it downloaded, kaspersky said it was a virus so I deleted it.

Please suggest what I should do now

I am running the kaspersky full scan and the windows defender scan, is there anything else i can do?
    
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Download MSE and scan in safe mode.
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Don't install MSE if you already have kaspersky installed.

Just download Malwarebytes Anti-Malware http://www.malwarebytes.org/, install, update, and then run a full scan, it'll all be gone.
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