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onlyrasel

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I'm noob to scripting world. Recently one of my computer infected with a virus called Trojan.Win32.MicroFake.ba Its creating a lpk.dll named file in every folder. I can clean this virus with any antivirus, but that is a 5/6 hours work. Is there any script that KILL a Process and search all drive & folders for a specific file and delete permanently and restert computer.

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This is not a job for a script, you can do this quickly in the GUI.

 

Stop your process, then do a search in Windows Explorer under the affected drive for lpk.dll. When the search is completed, select all and delete.



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This is not a job for a script, you can do this quickly in the GUI.

 

Stop your process, then do a search in Windows Explorer under the affected drive for lpk.dll. When the search is completed, select all and delete.

I guess there might be a need to set explorer to show hidden/system folders :unsure:.

 

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Thanks for your reply. I will try

Thanks again.






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