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  1. Yeah, we clean temp files on infected users,but I was looking to see if there was any information on what this bug might be or where it came from. Most of our users go to local business/newspaper sites for work purposes but I imagine these local businesses probably aren't SSL or locked down well. Does this trojan steal information, track keystrokes, etc? Or is there no way to tell?
  2. Trojan.JS.Iframe.sl Here's the file directories for a few of the machines, I took out the name of the user. Also, the objects were deleted, but I'm curious what it is and what we need to look for. C:\Documents and Settings\user\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5\6J6P32JZ\cd[1].htm C:\Documents and Settings\user\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5\VGUF4B0R\mn[1].htm Thanks!
  3. Kaspersky's found a few of these on our machines after some full scans: "Trojan.JS.Iframe.sl" Does anyone know if this is a real threat, and if so, what it does? We've removed it but I'm curious as to what damage it's capable of. Thanks so much!
  4. Is there a way to delete unprocessed objects on workstations from the administration kit without remoting into the user's computer or contacting them? The administration kit lists the workstation with "There are unprocessed objects," but I want to delete them without having to disrupt the end-user. Is there any way to do this?
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