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> V Name: Gen:variant.symmi.2404 (?), what virus is this?
post Dec 20 2012, 08:15 PM
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Hello guys, right now i really confuse about a virus called :
Well, a few hours ago i scanned with my bit defender
and i found this virus in C:\windows\system32\wcocsvc.dll
What i want to ask are : - what virus is this?
- what effect can be given by this virus?
- what is wcocsv.dll ?( because i did google it and cant find it)
- can i just delete it?
Please reply my post and thanks =)
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post Dec 25 2012, 05:28 PM
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Hello (IMG:style_emoticons/default/smile.gif)

In order to be able to further investigate the reported situation we need a bit more information from your computer as follows:

. A BDSYS log;

. Save and extract the BDSYS tool to a location of your choice:


. Make sure you close all active applications and then run "BDSysLog_i.exe"; If you receive a firewall
alert,select to Allow the application to connect;
. Click the "Create log" button to start generating the
log; A progress bar is indicating that the tool is creating the report;
. When the small window appears with the message "Log
saved" then the report is complete and a new file named "bdsyslog.zip" has appeared on your Desktop;
. Send me via PM the generated log file.
. If the file is to big for send it over PM, upload the results to one of the online file hosting servers mentioned below or use one of your own and send via PM the download link.


We will get back to you as soon as the analysis is complete.

Have a nice day.
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