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It was in the c:\System Volume Information folder. Fixed: VC 14 Redistributable installation issue. I figured it wasn't in the file it pinpointed but for some reason I thought it was somewhere. http://directorsubmit.com/general/trojan-dropper-small.html Any insight would be appreciated, thanks a bunch.
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