Ever since I recovered from the virus/trojan attack in December, my PC hasn't been the same. I keep getting a pop-up from malware-bytes and spy-bot about a smitfraud c.generic and svchost.exe problems. Needless to say, there is something happening that I can not put my finger on and realize that it is a very difficult and time intensive procedure to try to remove these issues. Now, it seems that I cannot connect to the internet on it and other issues are gradually popping up also. Anyway, I decided that the easiest thing to do is to remove all important files from my C: drive and then reformat it, possibly wiping it also. My C: drive happens to be an SSD drive, so I'm not sure if there is anything different or necessary to do for this type of drive. Before I go ahead and take the plunge, I want to find out if there is a data wiping program available specifically for SSD drives, or is it necessary to do so for removing a virus or trojan? Would simply reformatting the drive fix any possible threats? I haven't run a back-up program for the drive, although I did remove everything that I could possibly need from this drive. All of my personal files are on other storage drives in the PC. I will most likely begin a back-up regimen once I get it back running normally. Any suggestions on wiping/reformatting will be greatly appreciated.