How to Remove New Folder.Exe Virus: Step by Step Guide

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How to Remove New Folder.Exe Virus: Step by Step Guide

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How to Remove New Folder.exe Virus: Step by Step Guide
New folder.exe virus is also known as Iddono. This virus makes a copy file of itself with the name Iddono. It appeared in 2008 on Window’s computer systems. This Computer virus uses program security weaknesses of the Windows operating system. Once it infects a victim’s PC, it executes its own programming,turns the hacked PC to a server and the hacker’s PC to a client machine.

 
Here is the step by step guide to remove the New Folder.exe virus. Step 1: Press “Ctrl” , “Shift” and “Esc” keys simultaneously to open the Task Manager.  Step 2: Look for “Processes” tab in task manager and click on it to see running process.  Step 3: Select “new folder.exe” from the list of the processes and click “End Process” button.  Step 4: Repeat Step 3 for “srvidd20.exe,” “iddono20.exe” and “editor.exe” processes.  Step 5: Now close the task manager.

 Step 6: Now go to the start menu, type cmd in run and click enter. You will see a command line window.  Step 7: Type “regsvr32 /u shelliddono.dll” and hit enter. Now type ”regsvr32 /u libedit.dll” and hit enter to unregister the DDL.  Step 8: Close the command line window.

 Step 9: Now go to the start menu and type “srv0104.ids” in search box and click enter.  Step 10: Delete all the listed search results.
 Step 11: Repeat Step 1 & 2 for “shelliddono.dll,” “libedit.dll,” “newfolder.exe,” “srvidd20.exe,” “iddono20.exe” and “editor.exe” processes.  Step 12: Now restart your computer.
 
Follow the above steps to remove New Folder.exe virus from your computer.  - See more at: http://blog.innobuzz.in/how-to-remove-new-folder-exe-virus/#sthash.eBEEDy7a.dpuf

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