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Wednesday, December 4, 2013

File contained a virus and was deleted

We are seeing a “this file contained a virus and was deleted” message, when trying to download a program using Internet Explorer 8, 9 or 10 or others browser then your computer is infected with a ZeroAccess rootkit.

Don't panic. You can solve it very easy way .


Primarily, Trojan ZeroAccess is a kernel-mode rootkit, similar in ethos to the TDL family of rootkits. It uses advanced techniques to hide its presence, is capable of functioning on both 32 and 64-bit flavors of Windows from a single installer, contains aggressive self defense functionality and acts as a sophisticated delivery platform for other malware.

Her is the Solutions:

Rename Windows Defender folder to stop the “file contained a virus and was deleted” notification .

Click on the Start button, select Computer, click on Local Disk (C:), and the click on Program Files.


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In the Program Files folder, right-click the Windows Defender folder and select Rename from the context menu.

Add a unique variation to the filename, such as .old or panic (for example, Windows Defender.old, Widnows Defender.panic) or something.

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-- Cheers !!!