Solved! Use WVVBZRPQFO.EXE (Worm Autoit) Removal Guide

I will tell you in this post how to fix the issue manually and how to clean it automatically using a special powerful removal tool. You can download the removal program for free here:

Manual removal instructions:

WVVBZRPQFO.EXE – Worm Autoit removal

File MD5 Virus Alias
WVVBZRPQFO.EXE c5cb0b9e1010de39bd8a7f0acf273a10 Worm Autoit
WVVBZRPQFO.EXE c5cb0b9e1010de39bd8a7f0acf273a10 Trojan (Suspicious File)
WVVBZRPQFO.EXE c5cb0b9e1010de39bd8a7f0acf273a10 Trojan Artemis
WVVBZRPQFO.EXE c5cb0b9e1010de39bd8a7f0acf273a10 Trojan Runner
WVVBZRPQFO.EXE c5cb0b9e1010de39bd8a7f0acf273a10 Trojan Eldorado
WVVBZRPQFO.EXE c5cb0b9e1010de39bd8a7f0acf273a10 Worm Autorun

WVVBZRPQFO.EXE size: 659414 bytes
WVVBZRPQFO.EXE hash: C5CB0B9E1010DE39BD8A7F0ACF273A10

Created files:

%SysDir%\wvvbzrpqfo.exe

Detected by UnHackMe:

WVVBZRPQFO.EXE
Default location: %SYSDIR%\WVVBZRPQFO.EXE

Dropper information:
MD5: c5cb0b9e1010de39bd8a7f0acf273a10
File size: 659414 bytes