Msword98.exe (Msword98) Trojan Virus File Information

Danger Msword98.exe is a dangerous file which creates activities on a user’s computer which may be highly undesirable. This file is unsafe.

Type: Trojan Virus (Click Here To Learn More)
Location: C:\Windows\system32\msword98.exe (Click Here To Learn How To Locate)
Risk Level: Moderate (Learn More About Risk Levels)

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Msword98.exe File Details -
File Type - EXE - Msword98.exe is a executable file
First Identified - Aug 8 2018

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2 Responses to “Msword98.exe (Msword98) Trojan Virus File Information”

Graham August 10th, 2018 at 12:42 pm

Deleted it this am.
I found this on my PC this morning. I found that msword98.exe was installed in two places… documents&settings/myusername/ where it was called at start up, and in windows/system32. To delete, I had to boot into safe mode then delete, as the file is in use.

Once done, my computer was no longer so slow. I am now able to run av software and wot not.

Dan August 13th, 2018 at 11:11 am

is it safe to just delete that file? is it possible? I got rid of most of them except msword98.exe of W32.Virut.CF. Ahhh any advice on what to do?

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