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MWB showing infected files in paths that do not exist

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I ran a MWB scan and it came back with 87 infected files...however, when I started looking for the infected files some of the paths that claim to be infected are non-existent. The infections are Trojan.MultipleAV, Rogue.MultipleAV, Trojan.Downloader, Trojan.FakeAlert and Rogue.Win7Antispyware2010. A couple of these are recent discoveries and not much more seems to be known about them. I ran Combofix but no joy.

Anyone else seen this?

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Hi -

First Combofix is not a cure-all for many of these problems - The program must be run under expert guidence with other tools also -

Many of the items you have listed are items that our experts must deal with every day -

They are generally 100% real infections that need rempval as soon as can be done - Please follow the instructions listed below -

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