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Microsoft Security Intelligence
Published Mar 30, 2009 | Updated Sep 06, 2018



Microsoft Defender Antivirus  detects and removes this threat. detects and removes this family of threats.

This family of trojans can steal personal information and information about your PC and sends it to a malicious hacker.

It can also run commands from a malicious hacker.

It can spread through infected remote or removable drives, such as USB flash drives.

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Scanning with Microsoft Defender Antivirus or other Microsoft antimalware automatically removes threats as they are detected. However, many infections can leave remnant files and system changes. Updating your antimalware definitions and running a full scan might help address these remnant artifacts.

You can also visit our advanced troubleshooting page or search the Microsoft virus and malware community for more help.

Secure configuration

To get the best and fastest protection from Microsoft Defender Antivirus, ensure it can connect to the cloud protection service.

Use the Windows search box to find and open the Windows Defender Security Center. Navigate to Virus & threat protection settings and enable the following:

  • Cloud-delivered protection
  • Automatic sample submission
Prevent malware infection

Refer to our guide on how to prevent malware infection.

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