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    Hi everyone. I'm not sure if this is the right board for this question, I apologize if it isn't. I've been under constant trojan attack (or at least so my firewall tells me) from various different IPs and people. I never had a trojan program so I got trojan remover 6.0 . It indicated there is a trojan called justin trojan on my C:\Windows\ISNSYS.dll file.

    Can anyone tell me if this might be why I was under trojan attack frequently?
    Also, can anyone help me as to what to do with that file. My program gave me 3 choices:
    1) leave it alone
    2) delete it ( I'm worried about doing this, would it have bad affects on my system?)
    3) disable it by renaming it ( I chose this, but will that really help or not?)

    Thanks everyone for reading this post, I appreciate it. Any help you can give I appreciate too.

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    So should I delete the ISNSYS.dll file?

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    Originally posted by ljossberir@14 March 2004 - 19:11
    So should I delete the ISNSYS.dll file?
    get a removal tool to do it, there might be some registry keys too that will need to be removed


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