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Win32.sohan.ce is virus deleting files of ms word

Kaspersky is already install but not deleting

so, please , give me removal tool of win32.sohan.ce virus

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  • rags_cool123 Jan 13, 2009

    when i working on word files and when i goto save a file it will delete automatically please give solution for this


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Try looking on this site for instructions on how to remove it
http://www.pctools.com/spyware-doctor/?ref=google&gclid=CPbGloP8zJcCFQtCMAodoxdOrQ

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