How To Remove hm1bfpuj.exe Win32:Kamso ?
This type of infection spreads through removable media like USB key, SD cards, phones, GPS, tablets ..
Any USB device containing free disk space can be contaminated. hm1bfpuj.exe was detected by UsbFix, Anti-Malware Software for USB. The file was submitted to VirusTotal, a service that combines the detection of more than 40 antivirus engines.
Propagation scheme :
In (1) healthy USB support is plugged into an infected PC, where the infection is active. This will automatically create a copy of the malicious code (2) on the healthy USB support. Once the USB support healthy contaminated, it serves as a means of transport to the infection to infect a healthy PC (3). To understand this type of infection, we invite you to read these Post: USB Virus General Description and How to remove shortcut virus USB ?
How to remove hm1bfpuj.exe Win32:Kamso ?
UsbFix removes this type of infection, UsbFix will clean your computer and all infected USB drives. UsbFix will also search and restore all your data lost due to infection. UsbFix is an application developed by SOSVirus team. UsbFix is free, a premium version with real-time protection is comming soon.
- Download UsbFix on your computer, and run it.
- Connect all your external data sources to your PC (Usb keys, external drives ...)
- Press Clean Button.
- UsbFix work completely independently.
- Tutorial UsbFix.
Information for : hm1bfpuj.exe Win32:Kamso
Detection : Win32:Kamso
Size : 108204 bytes.
File Type : application/x-dosexec
HASH MD5 : 0a210f9cff84c8d597656c8c6ddf32df
HASH SHA1 : 20590cb817c2ee34ce803a203913bb185928fbb4
HASH SHA256 : 3e176acb62495018c34998575d24000a6cca3be377af6b68f13d420880b5eb34
VirusTotal Analys Report
This malware was submitted to VirusTotal, a service that combines engines of detections over 40 antivirus.
51 detection for 56 antivirus tested.
Antivirus detection : hm1bfpuj.exe Win32:Kamso
Avast : Win32:Kamso
ESET-NOD32 : Win32/PSW.OnLineGames.NNU
Panda : W32/Lineage.LJL
Kaspersky : Trojan-GameThief.Win32.Magania.brnx
F-Secure : Trojan.PWS.OnlineGames.KECF
Comodo : TrojWare.Win32.Trojan.Agent.Gen
Malwarebytes Anti-Malware : Spyware.OnlineGames
Norton : W32.Gammima.AG
DrWeb : Trojan.PWS.Wsgame.12661
GData : Trojan.PWS.OnlineGames.KECF
AVG : Win32/Heri