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Windows 7: MSE unable to remove Trojan:Win32/Powessere.A!reg

01 Jan 2015   #11

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Did more research last night, Happy New Years, by the way and from what I understand is that the commands coming from the robots are to gather as much info as possible and send to the host who
then decides to keep or dump the info.

I did a whole computer scan last night for extension .odshbvm types and files and they go all the
way back to the day I bought the laptop in 2012. If you have a photo on the hard drive titled,
"baby girl.jpg", the new file is "baby girl.jpg.odshbvm" rendering it useless to me and unable to change
it back even after trying to drop the extension.odshbvm.
The computer says it is a .odshbvm file and cannot be changed. Every text, every photo, every
PDF has been changed to file type .odshbvm.

The info on this virus also says that it can drop on other computers in your system, especially if you
use Drop Box or one of the other Box sharing sites.

The offending laptop is now out of service with no internet access and will become my own personal
movie screen, photo editing and game room. All passwords have been changed and my banks
have also been checked and passwords changed there also.

Thank you so much
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