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trojan war

hi had 3 trojan keyloggers and a program called backdoor oblivian on my system. after a while i got rid of them. but now i cant use my outlook express or my msn messenger, the 2 infected files were explorer.dll and explorer.exe which i think norton has got rid of any ideas?
also i cant sign in to hotmail in my browser

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AFTER you save your OE email, I'd consider reinstalling IE.

MSN MESSENGER is a problem in the many exploits are still possible and give it's a security risk, I'd forgo that one.


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you can use Trillian from

there is a free version and as of yet nothing has been aimed at it,I don't think.

it works great.


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