i will wait for McAfee Support but if at all I can get assistance - much apprecited...
Not sure what to suggest as you are a corporate customer but if any suggestion or tools in the last link in my signature below help, you're welcome to try them.
Or try a Google Search for removal tools b ut be careful which ones you download. This one appear OK Remove fEstasAzulCorrupta Virus | MalwareFixes
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This is an unusual piece of malware in that it seems to be found only in southern Africa, particularly in Zimbabwe and Tanzania. Possibly as a result of its restricted spread, there are some people in Zimbabwe who claim that they can recover any files which have been corrupted by the infection. If you have done Google searches you may have found them already. All I can say is that there is no evidence that they really can recover your files and I would advise you to look elsewhere.
There was a request some time ago on LinkedIn for assistance with this malware and one of those who replied suggested that the poster should try the file recovery options from www.officerecovery.com, who appear to be a legitimate company with an address in Mountain View California. I know nothing about them, but they say they are a Microsoft Certified Partner. If they can recover your files I don't know if you will have to pay them for doing so - one review says it's a free service (but how do they make a profit from it?). The WOT Community is mostly approving of the company - https://www.mywot.com/en/scorecard/www.officerecovery.com
Company details are on this page - Company Profile - OfficeRecovery.com
This company's recovery tools are also recommended in a blog post (How to Recover Documents Corrupted by the (fEstasAzulCorrupta) Virus | Wisdom N Mandi) which otherwise mentions tools such as SpyHunter which I do NOT recommend.
One thing to note is that this malware is likely to be intended to distract the user of an infected system from noticing other malware which could have been installed. Sophos has one detection for "Cosmu-S", an information-stealing Trojan, which mentions the dropping of files with the "fEstasAzulCorrupta" suffix. The technical details are worth reading, especially as they note that the Trojan tries to connect to www.oriontronproject.site11[dot]com, a known malware site.
See the report at http://www.sophos.com/en-us/threat-center/threat-analyses/viruses-and-spyware/Tr oj~Cosmu-S/detailed-analysis.aspx for more details.
According to this VirusTotal report Cosmu-S is to be equated with McAfee's "PWS-Zbot.dx". The database entry for PWS-Zbot.dx is unusually long and detailed with many amendments, but in the known aliases there is no mention of Cosmu-S. The equation is therefore not proven, although still possible. An attempt to establish a reverse connection by checking the aliases in Microsoft's Malware Encyclopedia for PWS:Win32/Zbot.DX fails because the alias there points to a Sophos detection with the name "Troj/Zbot-M". So, again, the equation of PWS-Zbot.dx with Cosmu-S is not proven.
What all that means is that you must assume that your corrupted files are disguising the presence of other malware. I leave it to you to run any scans or checks that would confirm whether that assumption is correct : I cannot give advice on the use of McAfee's Corporate products.
I hope at the end of all this you get your files back. If you do, please let us know : there have been previous requests for assistance to recover files with the "fEstasAzulCorrupta" suffix encrypted/corrupted by this malware, and there may be others who we could help in the future.