If you have an F-Secure product installed, perform a complete scan and disinfection by following these steps:
For more details on each step:
Disabling the System Restore feature in Windows 7 before disinfection is recommended to prevent possible re-infection. System Restore may unintentionally save a backup copy of the infected file, which may then be reinstalled after disinfection is completed. Check the Microsoft Support site for more information about the System Restore feature in Windows 7 and Windows 10.
Once disinfection is complete, re-enabling the System Restore feature is recommended. This will allow the user to restore the system to a stable configuration in the event that a crash or incompatibility issue occurs in the future.
It is important to keep the antivirus program continually up-to-date with the latest definition databases to ensure the system is protected against the latest threats. Find specific instructions on various ways to download the databases at Instructions for Updating Definition Databases.
For instructions on performing a scan with specific versions of F-Secure product, please consult our product documentations on the Help Center.
If your computer does not have an up-to-date antivirus, or does not have an antivirus solution at all, you can try using the trial version of F-Secure Anti-Virus:
Or try our our Online Scanner, a web-based antivirus scanner intended to find and remove malware and rootkits:
NOTE: The Online Scanner is not a replacement for a full Internet Security suite.
CAUTION: Manual disinfection is a risky process; it is recommended only for advanced users.
To manually disinfect standalone malware (backdoors, worms, trojans, etc.) it is usually enough to delete all infected files from a computer and to restart it. Active malware files are usually locked by operating system; different disinfection approaches are required for different operating systems.
Specific malware infections may have unique manual disinfection instructions; please see the relevant Threat Description for more specifics.
In special cases, disinfection may be best performed using special utility programs (tools) specifically written for a particular malware. The tools can be downloaded from our Removal Tools page.
If you suspect a file is malicious or has been falsely identified as malicious (a False Positive), please submit a sample of the file to our Labs for analysis via Submit A Sample (SAS).