Help! Windows defender just detected a trojan called Win32/Occamy.B :(
So, I know what I’m about to say sounds bad, but I was younger and naive when I tried to do it. I tried pirating Ableton 10 Live at one point in the past, and downloaded a key generator to crack ableton. I got a copy of ableton 10 live lite today because it came with the MIDI keyboard I ordered, and I authorized ableton 10 live lite with an actual key that came with the keyboard. After doing this, my threats section of windows defender found a severe trojan by the name of Win32/Occamy.B and the file that it detects is called AbletonKeyGen.exe. How do I get rid of it? I have a legitimate copy of Ableton 10 live lite now and I don’t need to crack ableton for anything since I’ve become mature and less needy for cracking softwares. I removed this trojan according to windows defender but I’m worried that it might still be lurking undercover.