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Hi,

after an infection of my XP PC with Security Essentials 2010 a few days ago a scan with Malwarebytes reports an infection of the file windows/system32/drivers/usigh.sys with Rootkit.Agent.

After removal a new scan again reports the same infection.

I tried to delete or rename this file but this is not possible.

Other anti virus programs (Ad-Aware, Antivir) do not detect an infection.

What should I do now? Is there an infection or not?

Best regards,

me2

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Hello Me Too ,Welcome to Malwarebytes Forum -

It sounds like you have a small amount of the infection left in your system - We can help to clean this for you if you wish

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