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Computers Infected with Trojan Milicenso Wasting Printer Paper

There is a trojan called Milicenso that is wasting computer printing paper by, sending garbage data to a printer, until it runs out of paper. The trojan also, displays annoying popup advertisements that the creator may generate revenue from. The trojan can infect your computer if you, open an email attachment infected with the trojan, visit a malicious website, or open an infected program on a flash drive.
Computers Infected with Trojan Milicenso Wasting Printer Paper
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Computers Infected with Trojan Milicenso Wasting Printer Paper


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Computers Infected with Trojan Milicenso Wasting Printer Paper

There is a trojan called Milicenso that is wasting computer printing paper by, sending garbage data to a printer, until it runs out of paper. The trojan also, displays annoying popup advertisements that the creator may generate revenue from. The trojan can infect your computer if you, open an email attachment infected with the trojan, visit a malicious website, or open an infected program on a flash drive.

Please continue reading below.

Please do not click on any links in an e-mail message that you are not familiar with, because doing so, can take you to a malicious website hosting the trojan Milicenso, which will infect your computer by just visiting.

The trojan only affects the following operating systems:

Windows XP, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2003, Windows 2000

Please keep your anti-virus software up-to-date and do a full virus scan of your computer frequently.

For technical information about this trojan, you can visit:

http://www.symantec.com/connect/blogs/trojanmilicenso-paper-salesman-s-dream-come-true

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