What is 80000000.@ Trojan.gen.2? It is really pain
80000000.@ Trojan.gen.2 is a nasty Trojan horse discovered by Symantec Security tool. Recently it must be updated to a new version but with the same name, for this Trojan virus is bundled with Hacktool.Rootkit. It sometimes comes up with Hacktool.Rootkit/Trojan.Gen.2 and 80000032.@ Trojan.Gen.2. This virus is harmful Trojan infection discovered not too long ago by Norton Security System. The latest Trojan threat is designed to allow remote attackers to enter and compromise your computer. Once your computer was infected with 80000000.@ Trojan.gen.2 virus, Symantec Norton anti-virus program is warning you that a threat has been detected every few minutes. Your computer gets badly system, browser and Internet performance. Remember that all music, pictures, videos and free software attachments from those questionable advertisements and redirected web pages are malicious contents. It must be where you got attacked by it.
Undoubtedly, the stubborn Trojan is a dirty scam aiming to allow cyber criminals to upload and activate additional malicious malware on your PC system. 80000000.@ Trojan.gen 2 can cause Google redirect virus and weird pops up. Many computer users might have encountered this tough. I turned my dads computer on the other day and it came up with the 80000000.@ Trojan.gen.2 virus. How do i get rid of it? You have a Trojan on the computer,and Norton security tool is unable to remove it,and your computer keeps automatically restarting, so you want a guide on how do you get rid of this Trojan? It deleted your Symantec Norton security tool to begin with. Since this is a big bug keeps recurring, you are required to find out an effective way to get it fixed instead of trying many solutions the whole day, it is time consuming and enhance risk. So it is really urgent for you to remove the nasty Trojan infection from the infected PC completely without any delay.
To save your computer, Live Chat with YooSecurity Expert Now, or you can follow the manual removal guide below to get your problem fixed. (For advanced computer users)
The best and easy way to fix Trojan.gen 2 virus issue
80000000.@ Trojan.gen.2 is classified as Trojan horse from the same family of Trojan gen 2 released several days ago. Although you have anti-virus installed to protect your PC, you still can find out that viruses can be downloaded onto your system easily. The effect is slow computer and forever to start up, aside from slow start up and constant restore/restarts, it redirects links to ads for make up and such. even form a Google search. Such back door virus Trojan.gen.2 keeps coming back again and again after a reboot. You’ve managed to get into task manager and registry editor but couldn’t find the stuff related to the virus, or you are not sure which file is false. So the really useful way to kill it is to remove it manually. Of course removal of such virus needs professional skills.
If you’re lucky, your computer will never be infected with a computer virus or spyware. Given the statistics, however, it’s likely that you will encounter some sort of malware infection at some point in time. And if you can’t remove it by yourself, I strongly recommend you to get YooCare/YooScurity for further help.
Before you take any solution to delete 80000000.@ Trojan.gen.2 virus, please restart your computer and get in safe mode with networking.
Basic steps to manually remove 80000000.@ Trojangen2
Press Ctrl+Alt+Del keys together and stop processes in the Windows Task Manager.
Let’s open the Registry Editor, search and remove registry entries related to the Trojan horse.
All associated files of 80000000.@ Trojan.gen.2 should be removed.
Video Tutorial On How to Modify or Change Windows Registry:
Registry Entries That Generated By The Trojan Virus
KEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Random Characters
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Wow6432Node\~\Browser Helper Objects\
Note: Please feel free to get computer experts for instant help anytime you get stuck or when you feel it’s tough to kill the terrible virus.
Published by Tony Shepherd & last updated on November 14, 2012 11:50 am