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How to Remove Exploit:SWF/Meadgive Permanently

May
14

This morning, my Windows Defender told me Exploit:SWF/Meadgive has been on my laptop. I am freaked out a lot as it is a stubborn Trojan horse. I have tored many times to scan and remove it, but Windows Defender still warns this risk alert. And now my laptop acts slower, webpage sometimes can’t be displayed, and I just open one program, it becomes sluggish, and I check task manager, the CPU usage percentage suddenly becomes up to 90%. I guess if I can’t remove this Trojan horse as quickly as possible, my laptop would experience blue screen of death. Can you help me figure out?

Brief Introduction of Exploit:SWF/Meadgive Virus

Exploit:SWF/Meadgive is a stubborn and aggressive Trojan horse to attack Windows computer. Once it gets on your computer, it will insert its malicious extension or plugin as codes into kernel system, next it will modify default system configuration and sneak into start-up item to change the setting. In this way, this virus will run automatically as soon as the system boots up. It will change the settings of operating system and insert harmful files deeply into crucial system files as well folders. If this aggressive Trojan horse infiltrates into startup items, registry editor or task manager, it can easily change or disable some function and worsen computer performance. Computer will always get files fragmentation, get stuck and crash down or cannot start up. Windows program like antivirus program may be disabled by this dangerous Exploit:SWF/Meadgive virus, and some programs will run in a malfunctioned way. It’s difficult to run many programs at the same time; otherwise computer will crash down immediately. Even worse, since this Trojan virus can destroy antivirus program, and many loopholes will be generated, then other threats will get into infected computer easily. In a word, this Trojan virus must be removed as soon as possible to avoid more damages on computer.

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Published by Leo R. Oscar on May 14, 2017

How to Remove Trtrash.gen Virus Completely?

May
12

I have somehow got trtrash.gen pop up on my PC. Is this a bad virus? Do people need to worry about anything since there’s antivirus to deal with it? But my antivirus software didn’t seem to pick it up. Do I have to get another one just because of this infection? How do i remove permanently?

Trtrash.gen Virus Description

Many computers have been infected by different kinds of virus. Trtrash.gen is one of puplar virus released Trojan which can be spread by many means. Cyber criminals can implant this virus into many websites, and once the unwitting people come to those sites for visit, this virus can infiltrate into the computer with a secret way. The anti-virus program can detect its invasion for you, and gives you a warning about its coming. However, when the anti-virus software announces you this threat, your computer has already been infected seriously. Trojan infection can also hide its content in other programs. When people try to install those applications into their computer, after the installations, this virus can also be installed in your hard drive. There are so many places that this Trojan virus can hide without drawing attentions from PC owners. And yet antivirus programs can’t seem to stop this virus from attacking computers. After all, if computers don’t provide such chances, they won’t be targeted in the first place. That’s also why computer users should take good care of their own PCs during usage. Read the rest of this post »

Published by Matt Johnston on May 12, 2017

Win32.Viking.JJ Virus Manual Removal Guides

Feb
1

I was just told by Avira that my laptop is infected with a virus file called Win32.Viking.JJ. I have let Avira to run a full scanning then click on “Remove” to clean all infected files, but many damaged files are still there after restarting laptop. So what security tool I can use to remove this kind of virus completely? Avira tells where the infected files are located in, but I can’t dare to delete it manually as I am afraid my stupid action would create another computer problem. I don’t know much about computer, so could you please help me?

Brief Introduction of Win32.Viking.JJ Virus

Win32.Viking.JJ Virus hits your computer and damages your system, and how to remove it? This virus has been classified as a aggressive and dangerous backdoor Trojan virus which has a strong ability to exploit system vulnerability and bring other computer threats like rogue program, ransomware or spyware. This backdoor virus hijacks your web browser like Google Chrome, IE, Firefox or Edge by changing the browser’s homepage and search tool. It adds different unknown and unwanted tool bar, adware, malicious links or bookmark into infected web browser. You will be annoyed by tons of popup ads on the webpage you visit even though you open legitimate sites. But you should not click on these random popups as popup ads usually contains malicious virus files, and one click will soon activate the virus. Win32.Viking.JJ Virus implants its executable files into crucial system folder, changes or disables important system files to totally mess up system. Your computer will suffer a series of problems, for example, it can’t turn on or shut down properly because of some severe error codes. It even can suddenly shut down while you’re still performing some tasks on computer. This is because this virus has change the startup items or mess up system files severely.

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Published by Leo R. Oscar on February 1, 2017

Manually Remove Trojan:Win32/Dhodare Virus

Jan
30

My laptop just gets infected with Trojan:Win32/Dhodare virus, many exe files are damaged and displayed on desktop, and I even can’t delete these infected exe files. My laptop become more sluggish and it always gets stuck even when I just run one or two programs. It always prompts a message saying ‘Windows Explorer has stopped working’ and then every gets frozen there. I plan to download and install other antivirus program, but I’m not allowed to install anything. Sometimes, I even get blocked to access the Internet.

Brief Introduction of Trojan:Win32/Dhodare Virus

Trojan:Win32/Dhodare virus is a very dangerous and aggressive Trojan virus to attack Windows computer. This virus is usually from the internet. It can be bundled with free software installation package, inserted into spam email attachment, added into random popup or spread via peer-to-peer files or shareware. Free software installation package is usually used by cyber hackers to spread virus or malware. Cyber hackers bundle the files of this virus into the installing package, and when internet users download the package without any check, this Trojan virus will get installed into system soon. So you’re suggested to select customized installation to install the software you need, and you can check if there is unwanted attached program trying to install during your installing. Trojan:Win32/Dhodare virus also can be put into popup ads to attract internet users to click. Random popups are created by chyber criminals and inserted with virus files. One click will soon activate and automatically install the virus without your permission. Therefore, you should not visit unsafe websites as unsafe websites are added into different malicious popup.

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Published by Leo R. Oscar on January 30, 2017

Manually Remove Trojan:JS/Vigorf.A Virus

Jan
27

Can Trojan:JS/Vigorf.A virus hack my details on my HP laptop? My Norton just pops up and tells me that this virus damages some files and documents on my laptop. I let Norton to conduct “Remove”, but it can’t help remove completely, as after I restart the laptop, this virus comes up again. Some strange website URL keeps showing on the new tab of Internet Explorer. Tool bar and bookmark are added with unknown page links. I don’t know how to check where the virus is located in system. Can you guys help me out of this issue?

Brief Introduction of Trojan:JS/Vigorf.AVirus

Trojan:JS/Vigorf.A virus can exploit vulnerability of other software, programs or applications to get information on users’ computer or install other malware, adware, Trojan, worms or browser hijacker. For example, it will target Java and use some loophole of Java to display fake alerts message saying “Your Java is outdated and needs to update now”, but actually when you update, you don’t really update Java at all but to download and install another virus into computer. This Trojan:JS/Vigorf.A virus can cause serious damage through modifying, replacing or deleting system important files. And you will find that computer performs improperly, for example, you cannot run some programs like the antivirus. The antivirus program might be disabled and firewall has been destroyed or some crucial files of antivirus have been deleted or replaced by this Trojan:JS/Vigorf.A virus. In this case, more system vulnerabilities will be created and computer also becomes weaker.  Besides, it also hackers to access computer to steal personal information stored in computer like business files, photos, email passwords or financial accounts. So you’re strongly advised to eradicate this Trojan infection as soon as you find it on computer.

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Published by Leo R. Oscar on January 27, 2017

How to Remove CIA Special Agent 767 Screen Locker?

Dec
27

My computer has been locked by CIA Special Agent 767 Screen Locker. Please help me unlock my computer. Today there was a message telling me that the Adobe Flash Player needs to be updated, so I updated it. But after that this CIA Special Agent 767 pop up and then lock my computer. What should I do now? How can I remove this screen locker and unlock my computer? It asks me to pay $100 USD. I know this is a scam and I don’t have that money. Please help me! How can I remove it without paying to the scam?

Get locked by CIA Special Agent 767 Screen Locker – What to do?

CIA Special Agent 767 Screen Locker is a simple Trojan virus that has been distributed on the internet for a long time. It was created by a hacker to lock windows computer’s desktop and trick people into paying money. It states that the files on the infected computer have been encrypted but actually they have not been encrypted. There is no need to pay $100 USD, $250 USD or $500 USD to recover the files. Once your computer has been locked by this Trojan virus, you just need to manually remove it and then your computer will be unlocked and you will be able to get your files. Please don’t believe what this Screen Locker says and don’t pay to the virus.
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Published by Karen Lawrence on December 27, 2016

How to Remove Trojan.Shunnael!gen2 Virus

Dec
23

Hello, laptop just gets infected with this Trojan.Shunnael!gen2 virus , many files and programs are corrupted and error codes happen. I run Avira several times to clear up this Trojan horse, but it fails. I go into the registry but don’t figure out what entries are virus thing. I want to install other new security tool, but it doesn’t allow me to download any new program. Can you please help me remove this virus as soon as possible?

Brief Introduction of Trojan.Shunnael!gen2 Virus

Trojan.Shunnael!gen2 virus is a hazardous and aggressive trojan horse to attack windows computer. Trojan virus has been around online and cyber criminal keeps creating new one and upgrade it to become stronger. The final goal of cyber criminal is to use Trojan virus to target victim’s computer and access user’s important personal information. They can disseminate this Trojan horse through many ways. They can design website and then put this Trojan horse or other malware thing there and make this site attractive. When some inexperienced online user visit this site or click on something popping up from the site, the Trojan.Shunnael!gen2 virus will soon activate and download into system without your permission. cyber hacker make virus pop up as an attractive form, such as lure porn video, picture, scaring but fake security message saying your computer has viruses and needs an urgent scanning or discount ads, deal, coupons  and so on. If you open sites that pop up random ads and message banner, you should notice the site is not safe and close it soon. Besides, this virus can be attached into a junk email. If you check and read this infected email or click on its link or attachment, you will get this virus installed.

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Published by Leo R. Oscar on December 23, 2016

CIA Special Agent 767 Virus Locks Your PC Screen? – How to Unlock

Dec
19

Hello, my new laptop just gets locked by CIA Special Agent 767 saying ‘files on this computer (documents, photos, videos) have been encypter using an extremely secure and unbreakable algorithm. This means that the files are now useless unless they are decrypted using a key ’. And it ask me $100 USD to purchase a license or key to decrypt my files, in 5 days, the price will be up to $250 even $500. What can I do? I have no money. And what is this CIA thing? Is it real warning from CIA?

Brief Introduction of CIA Special Agent 767 Virus

CIA Special Agent 767 virus is actually a kind of ransomware to scam people out of money. In reality, this ransomware is also a kind of aggressive and harmful Trojan horse to attack and block Windows computer. cyber criminals specifically design this virus and bundle it with different free software installing package or add it into hacked websites to spread online worldwide to target Windows PC to collect more illegal money from victims. Cyber criminals use US CIA badge or logo to trick people into thinking this warning notification is from real CIA Agency. So this virus looks more genuine and many victims will soon rush to pay that $100 USD. However, those entire warning alert is caused by scareware, ransomware or spyware platform to scare people. What victims should do is to remove the Trojan horse together with scareware, malware or spyware completely to unlock your PC screen. CIA Special Agent 767 virus has a strong ability to encrypt your files on computer and if you can’t delete this virus soon, many damages will be done in system.

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Published by Leo R. Oscar on December 19, 2016

Manually Remove HTML/Refresh.BC trojan Virus

Dec
13

HTML/Refresh.BC trojan virus gets on my Acer laptop! It is a new laptop. This virus should come into system when my cousin downloaded a war game a couple of days ago. I have uninstalled that game and other newly installed applications. However, this virus is still there. My Avira said that. But Avira has run many times to detect and execute REMOVE, this virus still can come back again and again. I guess Avira can’t completely kill this virus from deeper system. so what can I do with this virus? Can it be eradicated by other ways?

Brief Introduction of HTML/Refresh.BC trojan Virus

HTML/Refresh.BC trojan virus is a very aggressive and harmful Trojan virus to attack Windows PC. This virus makes computer mess up and run improperly if it is not removed in time. Professional cyber hackers create and distribute it in many ways to infect more and more computers and get more profit by stealing victims’ important data. This Trojan virus is very cunning. In order to successfully drop onto targeted computer, it’s usually inserted into free software or disguises as harmless widget that comes alongside with shareware or adware. If you download or install those softwares, you will let this Trojan has the chance to enter your computer system. This HTML/Refresh.BC trojan is also usually spread via hacked legal websites, websites with phishing techniques, spam email bombards, bogus online scanner, unprotected freeware and shareware downloads. So when you get online, you need to keep an eye on those malicious websites especially websites containing porn. If this virus gets on computer, it will bring different kinds of damages and troubles into computer, which you cannot imagine.

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Published by Leo R. Oscar on December 13, 2016

How to Eliminate JS:Includer-BOF[Trj] Virus Completely

Dec
8

Hi, I am just stuck at this virus called JS:Includer-BOF[Trj] scanned by Avast. Avast has reported this virus many times, but I also have Avast run to scan and remove the virus several times. However, it comes back again and again. This virus also blocks me to visit some specific websites saying “This webpage is not available”, but usually I can log in there. Task bar sometimes keeps frozen and I can’t do or move anything on computer screen. Mouse also has been blocked. I tried to install other antivirus, but it doesn’t help me at all. This virus is very stubborn. How can I eliminate it from my computer system completely? I can’t stand it anymore.

Brief Introduction of JS:Includer-BOF[Trj] Virus

JS:Includer-BOF[Trj] virus gets access to your computer system but can’t be removed completely via any antivirus program. This is because this stubborn Trojan virus keeps reduplicating itself and changing its location and pathway. It has a strong ability to hide itself into system to bypass the detection of any antivirus. This aggressive Trojan horse also implants and roots its executable files into many crucial folders of system files to mess up system settings totally. JS:Includer-BOF[Trj] virus enters start up items, registry, system files or windows task manager to change system settings, replace some system files with other malware files or disable and delete system files, which will surely result in error codes. System error code may show up while you’re starting your computer, and you would be just blocked at the windows starting screen or logo screen. Also some system errors would occur while you’re running some application, opening some documents or visiting websites. Some strange exe files display on desktop of your PC, but they can’t be easily deleted. Or some unknown and malicious files keep generating in every folders.  JS:Includer-BOF[Trj] virus also has the ability to download additional components and extensions to attack web browser in order to block you downloading other security tool into system.

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Published by Leo R. Oscar on December 8, 2016

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