Sick and tired of constantly seeing the New Folder.exe file in the root path of every storage media you have? Sick and tired of constantly seeing a new folder inside every folder you have? When you doubleclick on one of your hard drive partitions, does it show you some unexpected results? When you rightclick on one of your hard drive partitions, do you see a new item called "Autoplay" on top of other items with bold face? When your Antivirus detects and deletes the malware that causes all of that and restart your system, do you see an error message similar to: "Windows cannot find SSCVIIHOST.exe..."? If your answer was ‘Yes’ to any of the above questions then the chances are that you may be infected with the Sohanad virus (otherwise known as New Folder.exe) or one of its variants. The problem is that this virus is particulary cumbersome to remove, even by reputable anti-virus programs. But we have the solution and it is called SRT (or Sohanad Removal Tool)! What does this tool do? It detects and reoves all traces of the Sohanad virus from your system, including floppy disks and USB flash disks (the latter ones must be write enabled during the scan process). It also removes the leftovers of this virus by removing the 'autorun.inf' files and cleaning up you system registry, so you won’t see the 'autoplay' item anymore. How to use it? Start your computer in Safe mode and run this tool. If you have infected floppy/flash disks you can insert them and click start. You can repeat this process for every disk you have.