The computer runs so slowly and weirdly? You use the antivirus program to scan the whole computer system and then you see from the scan report that the computer is infected with Trojan:JS/Redirector.KL? You don’t know when it attacks the computer and how it gets into the computer without your awareness? Why does the antivirus program fail to block it? What to do to get rid of it thoroughly?

Description of Trojan:JS/Redirector.KL

Trojan:JS/Redirector.KL is a vicious Trojan virus which is created and released by cyber criminals to attack computers with Windows operating system. Normally, it spreads via some links or some free software that are bundled with this Trojan virus, websites that are controlled by the cyber criminals and spam email attachments. In addition, it is so powerful that it can infect computers actively even if you do nothing. Thus, please be cautious when you are browsing anything online.

This Trojan begins to perform its malicious tasks set by the cyber criminals immediately once it infiltrates into the computer successfully. It changes Windows Registry and other important system settings, which allows it to revive every time you start the infected computer. You may need to wait a much longer time than usual for the computer to start up. Besides, you may find that some files in the computer disappear since they are hidden by the virus. Running programs always get stuck or shows you “Not Responding” and then shut down. You will feel really annoyed to work in a sluggish computer. What is worse, the virus opens a highway for the cyber criminals to connect to the computer stealthily. The cyber criminals may be watching when you are playing videos, visiting sites, typing in passwords of your bank account or viewing essential work documents. They gather your information without letting you know. The longer you let the Trojan stay in the computer, the more damages to the computer and losses you will get. Therefore, please take actions to remove it as soon as possible.

Trojan:JS/Redirector.KL is so stubborn that no antivirus program can remove or quarantine it completely. Even though the antivirus program claims that the virus has been removed, you still can see it after restarting the computer. It is able to pretend to be a part of the computer system, which facilitates it to bypass the removal function of the antivirus program. Thus, to remove it completely, manual removal is the best choice.

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Some Obvious Symptoms of Infection with Trojan:JS/Redirector.KL

A. Something is not normal with your computer such as it runs rather slow.

B. Some strange processes you have never seen are listed in task manager when you open it.

C. Some of your computer functions are unavailable or some normal legal programs can’t run or they are in unusual conditions.

D. It can always happen when your system has errors somewhere.

E. It can mess up your computer system day by day.

Remove the Trojan Virus Manually

If Trojan:JS/Redirector.KL infiltrates your computer, you will find it hard to get rid of this sophisticated Trojan virus. Small groups of people are able to successfully clean the stubborn virus out of their computers, but since one of the primary functions of this virus is to disable security programs, so the it is not always a foolproof approach to get rid of by using anti-virus programs.

Please follow these steps to get rid of this Trojan virus manually:
Step A: Press CTRL+ALT+DEL or CTRL+SHIFT+ESC(this operation varies by different operating systems). Open the Windows Task Manager.
If that didn’t work, try another way by pressing the Start button and click on the Run option. This will start the Run tool. Type taskmgr in the box and press OK. This is going to start the Windows Task Manager for you.

Step B: In the window of Task Manager, click on Processes tab. Find the process by the name of random.exe. Then scroll the list to find required processes. Select it with your mouse or arrow keys on the keyboard and click on End Process button. The process will be killed in this way.

Step C: Go to Folder Options from Control Panel. Under View tab, select Show hidden files and folders and uncheck Hide protected operating system files (Recommended), and then click OK. Remember to back up beforehand.

Step D: Press Windows+ R keys and type regedit in Run window. Delete associated files and registry entries related to the virus as follows:

%AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\~
%AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\~r
%AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\.dll
%AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\.exe
%AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\
%AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\.exe
%UserProfile%\Start Menu\Programs\Win32/DomaIQ\
%UserProfile%\Start Menu\Programs\Win32/DomaIQ\Uninstall Win32/DomaIQ.lnk
%UserProfile%\Start Menu\Programs\Win32/DomaIQ\Win32/DomaIQ.lnk

Step E: Reboot the computer normally to take effective when the above steps are done.

This Video Shows You How to Safely Modify Windows Registry Editor:

Summary: In a word, Trojan:JS/Redirector.KL is a dangerous Trojan virus that is released worldwide. Computers with operating system including Win XP, Win Vista, Win 7 or Win 8 are easily to be attacked if users are not careful when surfing the Internet. It has the ability to take up high system running spaces, which will greatly decrease the computer running speed. You will need to spend a long time in waiting for a program to respond. Furthermore, it opens a backdoor for the cyber criminals to record what you have done in the computer. You privacy is in a high-risk condition. Thus, it is urgent to remove this Trojan to make your online activities safe.

Kindly Reminder: If you fail to remove Trojan:JS/Redirector.KL with the methods you found from the internet, please consult YooSecurity certified professionals to remove it completely. For all the above operations need computer expertise and any wrong operation may lead to damage of your vulnerable computer system.

Published by Tony Shepherd & last updated on July 14, 2013 11:48 am

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