That is a typical file name that is associated to rogue security programs. Right click it and rename it with a .vir extension (don't delete it just yet as we don't know what it might be connected to)
Now please run the following diagnostic tools:
This should restore the hidden files
Please download Unhide.exe
to your desktop:
- Double-click on the Unhide.exe icon on your desktop and allow the program to run.
- This program will remove the hidden attributes from all the files on your system.
- Note: If you had purposely hidden any files, then you will need to hide them again after this tool has run.
Please download DDS
from either of these linksLINK 1 LINK 2
and save it to your desktop.
- Disable any script blocking protection
- Double click dds to run the tool.
- When done, two DDS.txt's will open.
- Save both reports to your desktop.
---------------------------------------------------Please include the contents of the following in your next reply:DDS.txtAttach.txt
Please download aswMBR
to your desktop.
- Double click the aswMBR.exe icon to run it
- When asked if you want to download Avast's virus definitions please select Yes.
- Click the Scan button to start the scan
- On completion of the scan, click the save log button, save it to your desktop and post it in your next reply.
- You will also notice another file created on the desktop named MBR.dat. Right click that file and select Send To>Compressed (zipped) file. Attach that zipped file in your next reply as well
Note: If the infection is not permitting you to run the diagnostic tools, then run rkill first:Note: Vista and Windows 7 users need to right click on the file and choose Run as administrator
You only need to get one of them to run, not all of them.
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