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I used ESET Endpoint security and found "Operating memory » rundll32.exe(6048) - a variant of Win32/Korplug.HT trojan - cleaned by deleting". However, I rescanned many times but still got the same issue. Was it really cleaned? How to remove this trojan?

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13 minutes ago, conanbot said:

I don't understand what ELC and KB mean.

ELC = ESET LOG COLLECTOR  http://support.eset.com/kb3466/

KB = (ESET)  Knowledgebase http://support.eset.com/?page=home&locale=en_US&option=none

PM = Personal Message (To send one, hover over the person's name you want to message and click message when to box appears.

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