There are some minor things in your online scan that should be removed.delete files:Security awareness:
It is good security practice to change your passwords to all your online accounts on a fairly regular basis, this is especially true after an infection. Refer to this Microsoft articleStrong passwords: How to create and use them
Then consider a password keeper,
to keep all your passwords safe. KeePass is a small utility that allows you to manage all your passwords.
The other question I am asked all the time is "How can I prevent this from happening again."
and the short answer to that is to be aware of what is out there and how to start spotting dangers.
Here are some articles that are must reads and should be read by everybody in your household that uses the internet
Here is some more reading for you from some of my colleges
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There is no such thing as 'perfect security'. This applies to many things, not just computer systems. Using the above guide you should be able to take all the reasonable steps you can to prevent infection. However, the most important part of all this is you, the user. Surf sensibly and think before you download a file or click on a link. Take a few moments to assess the possible risks and you should be able to enjoy all the internet has to offer.
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