This is a part of a malicious parasite that violates user privacy and damages the compromised system. The mspr.dat file can be used for different purposes depending on the related parasite's type, functionality and carried payload. Although mspr.dat may not take any malicious actions by itself, it ensures that a parasite is working properly and therefore needs to be removed. DO NOT open, execute or edit mspr.dat!
The mspr.dat file is installed and used by trojan Benuti Trojan.
Please note that the mspr.dat file actually may be a fully legitimate part of the operating system or legitimate software. Often parasites use files with unsuspicious names, but malicious functionality. You should always carefully check the file before deleting it. It may not be related with malware, but can be required by your essential programs to work properly.
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DIAGNOSIS REQUIRED status means that this filename is exploited by the viruses. There can be
dangerous file with the same name as the safe file. Use the Advice below:
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Information added: 2005-01-11 06:43
Information updated: 2014-06-10 19:21
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