McAfee Labs Sample Analysis McAfee Labs, Automation Thank you for submitting your suspicious file(s). We have determined that the following submissions are handled by our AV signature DAT files. Analysis Id: 6020644 -------------------- File Name Findings Detection Type ========= ======== ========= ==== bogpqdktssd.exe detected generic fakealert!iu trojan DAT 6002 provides cover against all of the submissions shown above. Solution - To ensure that you have the maximum available capability of detecting and cleaning this malware on your system, please make sure you have the latest engine. DAT updates are available at: http://www.mcafee.com/apps/downloads/security_updates/dat.asp Support - Virus Research accepts file samples for analysis and possible inclusion into AV signature DAT sets. We are also prepared to answer general virus questions. All product related questions and comments can be addressed through technical support and customer service, including: * Product installation and update questions * Product usage questions * Specific operating system/version questions * Assistance with detection and cleaning or removal of viruses or trojans Please use the following link to reach our technical support group for McAfee products. Corporate Customers:
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I followed the link to update DAT files & got a message that said the update could not be done because it could not find a McAfee compatable program. I have never had any problems with McAfee until I recently renewed my subscription. I have Total Protection 3 user Security Center ver.9.15. and I have sent the same file to McAfee again. Can someone give me some guideance on what to do next? How am I getting this trojan and why does'nt McAfee catch this before it starts messing with my computer? When I have a problem, my processor runs at 100% until I manually do a full scan & remove the trojan. I have Windows Vista Home Premium SP2.