Date: 02/02/04

Date: Mon, 2 Feb 2004 14:38:29 -0800

My virus protection says the sysconf.exe file in my
Windows/system32/ file is infected with a Trojan, and
that I must remove the file and replace it with a clean
copy. What is this file? How serious is this? And how do
I get a clean copy of sysconf.exe in the first place?
I use computers for the net and word processing, I'm not
an IT student so please can someone help me...

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