Your corporate version of Symantec means you have some IT staff at your disposal. Let them fix it.
Do try the online scans of Housecall to see if that removes it but given the corporate version it's best your IT staff knows of the infection so they can take steps to keep it from spreading of figure out how it got into the business.
I am not a computer person, so I have had some trouble ridding my computer of a virus/worm that appeared the other day (personal computer....now stationed at work computer; no threat). Anyhow, can anyone tell me what this is and how to get it gone?
I run windows 98 SE (laugh all you want) on a Gateway system purchased in 1998. While on the internet the other day, it became obvious that other programs were trying to run that I was unaware of. A new icon titled "xoeksmfa.dll" appeared on my desktop and in my task tray, a new icon of a red circle with an "x" appeared. I have the corp. version of symantic and it will not get rid of this. My computer seemingly runs fine now, with the exception of a message that appears whenever restarted that says an illegal operation has been performed, please close all things and restart. However, I know that I must be seriously compromised, so I have unhooked my ethernet connection. Any suggestions to salvage this ancient PC?