New trojan on the loose, named 'Offensive'
Yup, we got (had) it - on one of out laptops.
Using Norton 2k1 v7 for Windows 2000 Pro, it was detected and moved to the "quarantine" folder IMMEDIATLY - (selectable via the "options" menu ...not the standard "default" setting.
Norton AV could NOT repair it, so we deleted the #@*&)!^&! thing. Did a reboot to a 1 day old emergency AV disk set ... and a-ok!
Advice=keep your e-disk's UPDATED!!!!
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