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Yesterday, in my weekly security run, I ran Ad Aware spyware free, Windows Defender spyware, McAffe virus scanner and AVG's spyware paid version, formerly Ewido's. All scans were clean, except AVG. AVG's scan identified and recommended quarantining Trojan Agent rx, which they identified as a High risk. It was recorded thusly: "C:\Documents and Setting\R\ Local Settings ... Trojan Agent.rx." AVG assured that it was no longer a threat since it had been encrypted.

My question: Does this item have to remain quarantined indefinitely? Or can it be deleted?

Thanks,
Red Boy
 
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