ENS on-Access Scan keeps detecting and deleting a Trojan called "HTool-Mimikatz". It finds a file mimi.dat in Windows temp folder which tries to access Windows Powershell. The point is that it keeps repeating and does not go away. Is there any final solution? The operating Systems on which it is happening are all Windows 7 SP1.
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