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DESK.EXE « Backdoor « Newest viruses and malware

DESK.EXE

Fix it immediately!

Manual removal instructions:

The file DESK.EXE is identified as the Trojan Program that is used for stealing bank information and users passwords.
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DESK.EXE Information and Removal:
DESK.EXE is known as: Backdoor.Bifrose [PCTools] Backdoor.Bifrose [Symantec] Backdoor.Win32.Bifrose.fqm [Kaspersky Lab] BackDoor-CEP.gen.g [McAfee] BKDR_BIFROSE.GAT [Trend Micro] Troj/Bifrose-WC [Sophos] Backdoor:Win32/Bifrose.AE [Microsoft] Backdoor.Win32.Bifrose [Ikarus] Win-Trojan/Midgare.55629 [AhnLab].
MD5 of DESK.EXE = C41D60E4D303DF948742B8A59A0FA796
DESK.EXE size is 55629 bytes.
Full path on a computer: %COMMONSTARTMENU%\DESK.EXE
Related Files:
%COMMONSTARTMENU%\DESK.EXE

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