Norton 360 detecting Trojans
Norton 360 is finding multiple recurring trojan horses lately in Firefox temp files on ONE computer only. How can I isolate the offending site leaving them there? This has recently become an issue, but only on one work computer of 4. I let Norton remove the files, and so far, with no adverse issues, but can't understand how they keep coming back yet only in one workstation computer, 3 others should be configured and visiting the same sites. History has revealed no clues. Now rebooting this computer twice a day, this morning Norton discovered 3 infected temp files in Firefox, not just one. Just want to find "the leak".
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Is this about the disk cache (cache2 folder) or about the OS temp folder (environment variables %TMP% and %TEMP%) ?
I can't answer that question. All I can say is Norton 360 detecting them in/as a Firefox tmp file. It won't give me any more info. I'm hoping to get some barriers in Firefox better set up to stop this. It's only recently started, Norton finding them, in the last few weeks, in one workstation only, and becoming more frequent. Thank you for your reply cor-el
I use Defender and it doesn't identify problems askin to what your saying as I have multiple tabs open on different sites. So what sites are you using when Norton beeps at you?