LDR_CRYPTED.EXE - Dangerous

LDR_CRYPTED.EXE

Manual removal instructions:

Antivirus Report of LDR_CRYPTED.EXE:
LDR_CRYPTED.EXE Trojan.Zbot [PCTools] Trojan.Zbot [Symantec] Trojan-Spy.Win32.Zbot.bb [Kaspersky Lab] Mal/Generic-E [Sophos] Trojan-Spy.Win32.Zbot.bb [Ikarus] Win32/MalPackedB.suspicious [AhnLab].
LDR_CRYPTED.EXEDangerous
LDR_CRYPTED.EXEHigh Risk
ldr_crypted.exe
We suggest you to remove LDR_CRYPTED.EXE from your computer as soon as possible.
LDR_CRYPTED.EXE is known as: Trojan.Zbot [PCTools] Trojan.Zbot [Symantec] Trojan-Spy.Win32.Zbot.bb [Kaspersky Lab] Mal/Generic-E [Sophos] Trojan-Spy.Win32.Zbot.bb [Ikarus] Win32/MalPackedB.suspicious [AhnLab].
MD5 of LDR_CRYPTED.EXE = 814E9DB6621C5A5BD79DE02A32BEFE61
LDR_CRYPTED.EXE size is 46395 bytes.
Full path on a computer: %TEMP%\LDR_CRYPTED.EXE
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