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First time here, this forum was the only thing I found when trying to find something on this "infection"

I am leaving to go out of state where I am testifying at a hearing on Wed and all my imp documents are on this computer!
This is a case involving a child and am i being paranoid thinking someone on the "enemy side" did this...or was it probably by chance?

I have some of documents now I am trying to ammend that the att and I went over on Fri when i was up there and came back to fix them and discovered this mess! I need to get them done and and fed-ex them today as they have to be filed in the courthouse by tomorrow am, I have been all weekend trying to figure out how to get rid of this...says its in a locked archive

I am not good trying to figure out all of the stuff I am reading here! and I have so little time left now


I don't have a clue about the hijack this stuff and am afraid I would mess up the computer......its a laptop and I have a firewall and cyberscrub anitvirus running i don't even know how this got picked up no warning popped up at all!

Is this the only way or have they found a fix for this one yet?

Thanks in advance for your help
What am i looking at damage wise etc if i don't have time now to get it off, will it ruin the computer, or exactly what is this thing?
I don't know what to do!
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