How do you know about Win64/Patched.B.Gen Trojan?
Win64/Patched.B.Gen is a new Trojan detected by ESET NOD32 Antivirus. It is a new version of Win64/Sirefef.AD. Once your computer was encountered with Win64 Patched.B Gen virus then you will receive the warnings from NOD32: C:\Windows\system32\services.exe is infected with Win64/Patched.B.Gen trojan,C:\Windows\assembly\GAC_32\Desktop.ini is infected with Win32/Sirefef.EZ trojan, C:\Windows\assembly\GAC_64\Desktop.ini is infected with Win64/Sirefef.AD trojan. ESET NOD32 Antivirus picked up the virus and the virus listed in the title and another generic kind of trojan that users did not get the name of before you removed it and restarted. Win64 Patched.B.Gen is a remote control-based hacking tool, which has hidden and unauthorized features. The so-called hidden Trojan means designers in order to prevent Trojan horse was found, they will use various methods to hide Trojans, so that the service side, even if found to be infected with a trojan, people still can not determine the specific location. The so-called unauthorized means to modify files, the registry entries, control mouse, keyboard, etc. Once the control client and server-side got connected with each other, the console will enjoy the service side with most of the operating authority given by the Trojans. Many people got suck with such virus when they were watching porn online, or playing game online, watching videos on Youtube. Since no anti-virus software can permanently delete Win64 Patched.B Gen trojan virus. So you will need to completely get rid of Win64/Patched.B.Gen virus with the step by step manual guide or get assistance from PC experts who can kill it for you in a few minutes.
Kindly save your computer, to get an easy way to remove the cunning virus, YooCare PC online service is recommended for you:
Key sentences to judge if your computer has been infected this Trojan Virus
A. Your computer is rebooting just in a few minutes.
B. When you open the Task Manager, you can find some strange progresses which you never found before.
C. Some of your computer functions are unavailable or some normal legal program can’t run or there are unusual conditions of them.
D. It always constantly happens that your system has errors somewhere. Your search results kept redirecting to some other sites you have never seen.
E. Lately, your computer system will be totally destroyed.
What the best solution to eliminate Win64/Patched.B.Gen virus if my antispyware didn’t work?
Are you frustrated with the Win64/Patched.B.Gen virus for it can’t be deleted by the anti-virus program? Such kind of virus is always bundled with several viruses, they were all saved with weird stuff so you renamed them but cannot be opened error just reads cannot read contents. It made y0ur computer runs weird, freezing or no boot up. Antivirus keeps telling you there is high risk Trojan virus but worst of all is that you do not know much about computers, so you have no clue to know what could be done to resolve this problem. Many users are so frustrate with this virus. Lucky they have another laptop with them to seek solutions. Manual removal of Win64/Patched.B.Gen Virus step by step guide is below.
Best Way to Remove Win64 Patched.B.Gen Step by Step:
Please follow these steps to get rid of Win64 Patched.B Gen virus manually:
Step 1: Press CTRL+ALT+DEL or CTRL+SHIFT+ESC. Open the Windows Task Manager.
If that didn’t work, try another way. Press the Start button and click on the Run option. This will start the Run tool. Type in taskmgr and press OK. This should start the Windows Task Manager
Step 2: Within the Windows Task Manager click on the Processes tab. Find the process by name. random.exe related to Win64/Patched.B.Gen. Then scroll the list to find required process. Select it with your mouse or keyboard and click on the End Process button. This will kill the process.
Video Show You on How to Modify or Change Windows Registry:
Step3: Remove malicious files of Win64/Patched.B.Gen virus
Step4: Delete malicious registry entries of Win64/Patched.B.Gen virus.
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Active Setup\Installed Components\Random
Published by Matt Johnston & last updated on November 26, 2012 4:15 am