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Help! Windows defender just detected a trojan called Win32/Occamy.B

By Shade046 ·
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.
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You should be fine

by CaseySenserva In reply to Help! Windows defender ju ...

If Windows defender identified it, quarantined it, and you said to get rid of it... you should be good. If you do not keep up with updates you could be in jeopardy of not getting defender to pick it up.

However, if it was identified, you should be good to go here... Especially if your computer is operating as normal and you haven't noticed anything odd since the detection.

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