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I am a medical transcriptionist who uses an FTP server. Suddenly on Monday evening I became unable to upload my files. A few days previous to this, I ran my McAfee virus scan and discovered that it had quarantined the Exploit-anifile trojan. It could not clean it so it quarantined it. Could this be the cause of not being able to load my files. I am getting desperate here as I have had to email my files to my manager (who is not at all happy about this). Please let me know if this is the problem and if so, what I can do to correct it. Thanks for any help.
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Hello and welcome to Geeks to Go! :tazz: I'm kool808.

Please visit Online Trojan Scan.

Also download, install, get updates if available then have a scan with Trojan Hunter
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