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Rookie46

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  1. First off to be clear the malware Trojan I'm about to refer to is real and actually did infect my machine and I saw it do it via its graphical representation that is quite clear. The problem: As soon as it hit and was downloaded to my Windows my real time protection Superantispyware Professional instantly warned me with a pop up about it. (I have the latest verson of Superantispyware and defintions.) OK, no problem I will just run a complete scan of the system and get rid of it. I ran full scans of Superantispyware Professional, MSE, and Malwarebytes. All with current definitions. The malware was not detected but it was clearly still in my system. I think through a variety of efforts I got rid of it but am not sure. To be clear it was NOT a false positive. (V9.com browser hijacker.) Question: How can the program detect it with the real time protection but then not be able to identify it and remove it. Nor could two other good AV or malware programs?
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