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DarkSchalie

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dmvNlsDa.exe

A couple days ago, when I turned on my computer, this popped up asking for permission to run. I have no clue what it was, so I canceled it. I didn't find it in the location it said it was in, but I did find it in regedit.

The value name is random characters - MUIwODI5RUI4ODU0ODMzOU

No clue what this is. Google search produced no results.

Edit : It's listed as TESTING when I click the start up tab in msconfig.

Edited by DarkSchalie, 27 June 2012 - 11:40 PM.

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there is no way to be sure

Just scan you computer with an updated antimalware and antivirus if there is nothing got detected
you can visit the malware Removal section after reading the following thread

http://www.geekstogo...cleaning-guide/
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there is no way to be sure

Just scan you computer with an updated antimalware and antivirus if there is nothing got detected
you can visit the malware Removal section after reading the following thread

http://www.geekstogo...cleaning-guide/

Kay, I used Hitman Pro and it was detected as a trojan.

Successfully removed!

Thanks.
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you can do additional scans so you can Be sure there is no remnant

use MBAM , and Superantispyware

i really encourage you to go to the malware removal section because you don't know what running on your computer
and just to be sure that your computer is clean

also if you still have a Version of the File you can send it to av companies
you can follow the Tutorail here
http://www.techsuppo...rus-vendors.htm
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