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Win32/Adware.iBryte.G application


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NOD AV 4 found this threat on one PC running Win 7 and -cleaned it by deleting/quarantined it. It was contained in 4 locations and may have come via an installation of Open Office. As I did not do or supervise the installation, I am not sure where the installation file came from (official source) or some download platform. 

 

Does anyone know if NOD action as above is enough to deal with this or if there may be some hooks left, causing potentially ongoing issues?

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I've run into the same adware today when visiting a site allegedly offering videos (blocked by ESET for quite a long time already) but the adware was downloaded instead. It should be enough to clean it by ESET.

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