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- Executable Files: wtoolss.exe.
- Dynamic Link Libraries: ...btiein.dll; ...msielink.dll; ...msiein.dll; ...qdow.dll; ...SToolbar.dll; ...toolbar.dll; ...WToolsB.dll.
- Directory/Search Page:
- Uninstall page URL:
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- Notes: "Toolbar.dll" is a name widely used for legitimate and malware BHOs. It is not necessarily indicative of a particular BHO.
- This infection can be removed by SpyBot S&D.
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