July 10, 2011 11:59 AM Subscribe
I ran the Yahoo spyware scan yesterday on my PC on impulse and after it ran the quick version, it recommended a full scan, which I ran. It found two "objects" of a trojan named Kollah.
posted by longsleeves to computers & internet (6 answers total) 2 users marked this as a favorite
I instructed the program to delete the trojans. Of course this does not necessarily mean they were successfully removed.
Googling Kollah brings up mostly stuff from 2008 or so. Old as it is, would it still be a threat? I really don't feel like running another full scan with Yahoo security and the icon has always come and gone on the toolbar anyway. Is not on the toolbar.
Any recommendations for a good way to make sure it is eliminated and/or do so?
Oh, running Vista with the newest Windows browser installed recently. I know some of you are sneering, bleaahh.