Win32.SuspectCrc is a Trojan program that targets Windows operating systems. Win32.SuspectCrc is able to spread via unwanted spam e-mail attachments or infected program downloads. Win32.SuspectCrc may install other dangerous malware onto a compromised PC. Manually removing Win32.SuspectCrc is not recommended; a recognized security application should completely remove Win32.SuspectCrc from your system.
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Win32.SuspectCrc has typically the following processes in memory:
Win32.SuspectCrc creates the following files in the system:
|c:\Bassam\Process=\[filename of the sample #1]|