Try using a blank password. I am only guessing but it's possible the trojan was somehow tied to the password and it was removed in the process.
Or try logging in in normal boot to see if it works then.
Try logging in in safe mode using the administrators account which is often left with a blank password, then change the user password accordingly.
Hope that helps.
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