plays trick with web-searches in order to create inbound
traffic for the websites specified in its instructions.
The rogue may act as though it randomly loads some
out-of-context urls. In reality, the algorithms clearly
specify the circumstances for performing redirects.
After all, computer infections cannot make free/random
decisions as they are only meant to follow the instructions
in their scripts. Removal of Trojan.Horse.Dropper.Generic.cMII
constitutes a problem as the hackers have applied
a common yet still efficient dodge of putting their
malware into white-listed area. This time, services.exe
is a target.Naturally, one should not remove Trojan.Horse.Dropper.Generic.cMII
by cleaning the entire affected system file
disinfect services.exe and other harmless entries
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