Are you frustrating with Mebload.AR virus? What can it do to your computer? Is there any virus removal tool that you can use to clean out the stupid thing? Since you have no clue. You can follow the guide here to manually remove Mebload.AR virus from your computer.

Description of Mebload.AR

Mebload.AR is known as a nasty Trojan infection that was picked up by Eset NOD 4.0 anti-virus program. If your computer was infected with the virus then you will get a text messages informing you that your internet connection has been shut down because of a crimeware infection.You were told by the ISP that you’ll eventually be shut down again if the Trojan persists. Actually,the Trojan resides in the MBR, so a rootkit that avoids virus detection, then, and keylogs, provides remote access, all that nastiness.You might find out that your anti-virus just can find the Mebload.AR trojan in Firefox.exe, which you were used to deliver the Mebroot rootkit, but ESET cannot clean it. And many computer users even having problems downloading Windows updates that could possibly help with these security holes, but updating always fails. What is more, neither tdsskiller nor combofix helps. People have also run full checks of MWBAM, ESET NOD, and Microsoft Security Essentials, but you know this is a tricky Trojan to fully take care of, so a lot still has to be done. What can you do then?  To protect your computer from more damages, you can follow the manual removal guide here or get help online now to get rid of Mebload.AR virus safely and completely.

Other Threats of This Trojan Horse Infection

a. It can bring more viruses, malware and ransomware inside your computer without permission;
b. It may drop infected files inside your computer and make them look like legitimate system files so that antivirus software cannot detect them;
c. There will be constant pop-up windows to distract you;
d. Your computer would be full of trashes and getting stuck often.

Manual Removal of Mebload.AR

1: Reboot the infected computer to get into Safe mode with networking. To do that, you will need to repeatedly hit F8 key before the Windows Start-up screen shows, then use arrow keys to highlight “Safe mode with networking” option and press Enter.

2: Open Control Panel from Start menu and double click Folder Options.

3: Click on View, select Show hidden files and folders and non-select Hide protected operating system files (Recommended) then click OK.

4: Press Windows+R keys and then type regedit in Run box to open Registry Editor.

5: Delete all the following or those related to the following files.
%AppData%\[rnd].exe
%AppData%\result.db
%Windows%\system32\[random].exe
%Documents and Settings%\[UserName]\Application Data\[ Mebload.AR]
%AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\.dll
%AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\.exe(random)

6: Delete all the following or the following registry entries related to Mebload.AR .
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System “DisableRegedit” = 0
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “Random”
HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\{ rnd }
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\Current\Winlogon\”Shell” = “{ random}”

7: Restart the computer to normal mode when the above steps are done and make a check around to see if this virus is still there.

Video on How to Modify or Change Windows Registry:

TO SUM UP:  Trojan Horse Mebload.AR infection is very dangerous in your computer. How big is the threat? Well, if you have searched for solutions from the internet, you might found out more information discussing about the virus, most of people submitted same thing on the forums, telling you no anti- virus can clean out it completely. That is really pesky. It is suggested that to manually remove Mebload.AR Trojan horse, but advanced computer skills are required.

Notice: If you still cannot get rid of Mebload.AR virus from your computer with the instructions above, please consult YooSecurity certified professionals to remove it completely.

Published by Matt Johnston & last updated on November 27, 2012 7:19 am

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