|Ok listen.......what I'm about to say could easily be misconstrued as me being rude. I'm not trying to be. I'm going to point out some facts to you.|
You said you own a gaming center and your IT manager left. To me this means you don't know squat about computers. If you did, you wouldn't have to hire someone to run the show for you and you wouldn't be in here asking for help on something as simple as a virus removal.
I've been working with computers for over 16 years. The last 6+ as a network technician in an Enterprise environment.
If I had a dollar for every virus I've cleaned off peoples computers in the past I could probably buy a new truck - cash on the barrel head.
So YOU need to listen to me. I know what I'm talking about. You don't have a clue.
So shut up, stop arguing with me like you know more than I do. Do you think I've never encountered a network virus before?
As soon as I saw your original post, I googled "kido virus" and spent a whole 5 minutes of my time reading up on it. Something you not only could have done for yourself, but also should have done. It's not very sophisticated and not at all hard to remove. BUT, because it is a network virus (and you really need to pay attention to what I'm about to say, this is important) you need to remove all infected computers from the network before you can clean them. The logic behind this is, if you clean a computer and there are still infected computers connected to the same network as the now clean computer, it could easily be reinfected causing you to have wasted all your time.
Chances are though, every computer on your network is now infected. So here's the procedure.
1) Do some reading/research on google about this virus. Download one or two different removal tools and also, print out one or two different manual removal guides.
2) Shutdown all infected computers and unplug them from the network
3) Remove the virus from each computer (on at a time) and once you have a computer cleaned, reconnect it to the network
4) Installl antivirus on each and every computer in your network. If you had AV software running on them, it would have detected this and stopped it from infecting even one computer. There are lots of free AV solutions out there. To find one, just google "free antivirus software" and read reviews before selecting one.
Now, whether or not you listen to me is beyond my control. However, you should because I've been doing this for a lot longer than you have, I have training and all kinds of experience so I know what I'm talking about and you would do well to listen to me.
Get my point?
It matters not how straight the gate,
How charged with punishments the scroll,
I am the master of my fate;
I am the captain of my soul.