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  1. I have a fairly new HP Envy Laptop with Win10 that I have started to use more often in the last 2 months. I have noticed that there are alot of applications that I never added, files I can't access because I don't have the permission, there seems to be ALOT of user accounts and I only set up myself with an Administrator account when it was purchased new from Best Buy at the end of January. There is now a 2nd Administrator Account but I don't even see it listed on the user accounts page in settings. I have seen event logs that show remote connections but I have NEVER set up anything like tha
  2. Name – Trojan.kotver!gm2 Type – Trojan Risk – High Infection – Severe Threat Length – Varies Global Distribution – World Wide Detection – Difficult System Infected – Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1 and the latest Windows 10 Removal – Easy Through Malware Removal Tool Trojan.kotver!gm2 has been found as a very harmful and noxious computer virus. It belongs to the famous and pernicious Trojan family. It has been reported as a very intrusive and destructive virus infection which is capable to infect all Windows based Operating Systems. Once getting into your machine, this perilous virus infecti