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Does the CryptoLocker 2.0 Virus remain after a reload?

Posted on 2014-11-08
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Hello,

Ran into the lovely CryptoLocker 2.0 this week and data is securely backed up so good on that front.

But as I format and reload here I want to ensure it is clear and I can bring the machine back up to the network.

Thanks for the help.
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Yes. No problem.
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Thank you!
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