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New virus id-3988370182_doctor@freelinuxmail.org

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#1 nlegna


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Posted 27 January 2016 - 03:19 AM

On 01/25/2016 I found the encryption virus id-3988370182_doctor@freelinuxmail.org
I could not find anything about this type extensionson the Internet.
Virus encrypts each file with id-3988370182_doctor@freelinuxmail.org
Attach your everything I could to dig and what Kaspersky suspects.
One of the files was 68DB.tmp in startup menu the user.
In the folder OXHQEeSZYmf found ID.txt file but do not know if this is the KEY and how can I use it to unlock the files.
This folder OXHQEeSZYmf  is located on USER
Please for assistance and help.

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#2 Valinorum


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Posted 28 January 2016 - 12:07 AM

Your other thread has been responded to. Please comply with the request.


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I close my topic(s) with no replies for more than 4 days. PM me or Moderators to reactivate. All helps are provided via forum ergo do not PM me for help.


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