- Threat Level: High
- Description: Trojan-Dropper.Agent.BJW will drop a batch file named "delete.bat" into the temp directory upon execution and will attempt to run it. The batch file will then proceed to carry out the commands, as such, instructing it to delete all files recursively inside the "windows" and "program files" directories. On completion, it will also try to delete "boot.ini" and "autoexec.bat". A log file of its deletion activities is recorded and can also be found in the temp directory.
- Type: TT_Trojan
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- Removal: This infection can be removed using Spyware Doctor.
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