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Trojan Removed, and now?

Soo i got an trojan and removed whit MalwareBytes, and Rkill, but i still dont fell safe. What can i do now? Should i chance Passwords or something?

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Re: trojan removed

In reply to: Trojan Removed, and now?

Find out why you don't feel safe, and do something about that.

If it's your password for your Microsoft account, change that. If it's the OS in general, go back to factory conditions. If ...

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In reply to: Trojan Removed, and now?

After you do whatever your going to do with passwords you might want to give some thought as to how this bug got on to your machine.

Did you click on some link?
Open an e-mail attachment?
Install some product?

Review your security products and procedures something seems a little weak.

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