TorjanHunter VS Norton

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How is it possible that, torjanHunter was able to detect A torjan was attached to a file, and when i run norton twice could not find the torjan,
and for my interest, when i tried to scan from http://www.symantec.org
on line for virus or torjan it could not fine either??

any ideas
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Most trojan/virus writers try to write their software to get past Nortan, because it is the most used. Also Norton is more for viruses and not really a strong trojan scanner (it can still find them) usually you would want a seperate program specificly for finding trojans, just like a you get a differnet program for spy/adware.
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Thanks for the hint??

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