Solved! Use SVCHSOT.EXE (Rootkit ZeroAccess) Removal Guide

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Manual removal instructions:

SVCHSOT.EXE – Rootkit ZeroAccess removal

File MD5 Virus Alias
SVCHSOT.EXE d9e14d6c69788a75aceff3a043ce9ced Rootkit ZeroAccess
SVCHSOT.EXE d9e14d6c69788a75aceff3a043ce9ced Trojan XPACK
SVCHSOT.EXE d9e14d6c69788a75aceff3a043ce9ced Trojan MLW
SVCHSOT.EXE d9e14d6c69788a75aceff3a043ce9ced Trojan Downloader
SVCHSOT.EXE d9e14d6c69788a75aceff3a043ce9ced Trojan OnLineGames
SVCHSOT.EXE d9e14d6c69788a75aceff3a043ce9ced Trojan Agent

SVCHSOT.EXE size: 87552 bytes
SVCHSOT.EXE hash: D9E14D6C69788A75ACEFF3A043CE9CED

Created files:

%WinDir%\3B6FEA8E\svchsot.exe

Autostart registry keys:

HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\3B6FEA8E: %WinDir%\3B6FEA8E\svchsot.exe

Detected by UnHackMe:

SVCHSOT.EXE
Default location: %WinDir%\3B6FEA8E\SVCHSOT.EXE

Dropper information:
MD5: d9e14d6c69788a75aceff3a043ce9ced
File size: 87552 bytes

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