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Now done a manual scan of this other drive and though finding a few PUPs and one malware as a "riskware.Tool.CK" it has not found any of the Vigorf files that Windows Defender has??


I have looked in the folder that has all the Vigorf files and can see I no longer need them so I will delete that whole folder; Good idea?

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It's always a good idea to delete data files/folders that are no longer being used...;)

It's interesting that Malwarebytes did not find VigorF, the link below actually advises to remove VigorF with Malwarebytes, among other solutions:


Did you scroll down in the scan result? It's "Step 2\image # 6" in the above link...

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