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  1. #1
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    undetected malware/virus

    Hi,

    Found this online, it has a virus in the .lnk file

    How can anyone scan a lnk file in virustotal? It redirects to cmd.exe

    The download link
    http://tinyurl.com/jfw4fzw

    Regards

  2. #2
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    I don't know what that .lnk file is, but it's not a normal .lnk file. .lnk files are supposed to be text. But if you look at this with a binary editor, it starts with MZ - that's what Windows executables start with.

    So I think someone just took an .exe (maybe cmd.exe, but I don't think so) and renamed it LicenseKey.lnk

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    undetected malwre/virus

    sorry about that i didn't open with a text editor or a deb***er

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    How do you remove it?

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    Only good antivirus can help you.

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    Unhappy Serious, where can I find a hacker to remove a paid vengeful worm on my facebook?

    My husband died abt * year ago and since then his brothers continue to harass me. Now they have paid a hacker to install a very nasty malware into my husband's facebook. It has migrated through my profile, taken all passwords, into my e-mails and using my c. c. cards. Police smile and say they can do nothing. I will pay but I need a trustworthy source, not south africa or turkey. I'm 6* yrs old, a grandmother and no near family. I' all alone for the first time in my life and I'm very scared. Can you direct me to someone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruth Shearin;66*07
    How do you remove it?
    I'm not sure on how to remove it but you may follow this one that I found online at Malware site . The title is "How to easily clean an infected computer (Malware Removal Guide)"

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