by LoGiCaL__ on Fri Sep 14, 2012 11:07 pm ([msg=69374]see Re: how to kill the Avira antivir?[/msg])
I'm guessing the OP is trying to have the trojan sent as a payload, have the avira killed then execute the trojan. Most likely you can't just kill the process and be good. You have to think about admin privs and the program then asking you to confirm by clicking.
by WallShadow on Sat Sep 15, 2012 8:25 am ([msg=69380]see Re: how to kill the Avira antivir?[/msg])
In that case you also have to look at the anti-virus's methods of persistence and analysis. Many AVs use some method such as having an av check when an executable is run, or when a file is made/changed, etc.