I have Win32/phorpiex.B virus that can’t be completely removed by Norton or Kapersky. It is a work laptop and somehow any type of safe mode with network. I have tracked down the responsible dll file but I can never delete it because it is always in use. I have tried other ways to remove the file but it doesn’t work. This virus makes the computer run very slow and flakey. Using google chrome is a nightmare and it is constantly launching a new window with ads. There has to be a way to get this virus off of the computer. Can you help me?
What you need to know about this Win32/phorpiex.B virus
Win32/phorpiex.B is detected as a serious Trojan virus which is designed to damage the infected computer system and get what the hacker want. If you get this virus on your computer, you should remove it as soon as possible. If you don’t, your computer system settings will be altered and your computer system performance will be degraded. Due to the changing of the computer system, the virus will be able to get to the system easily and do more damages which surely harm the computer. This Win32/phorpiex.B Trojan virus can damage the computer system files and registries then leads to many problems like blue screen, black screen and system crash. Also, when this Trojan virus infects your computer, it may add some strange files and programs to your computer and make your computer perform slowly. What’s more, those files or programs may contain virus, in this case, there is a possibility that your computer gets more information and more damages.
This Trojan virus is so harmful that it should be removed as soon as possible. It can change the computer settings so that it cannot be removed from the computer easily. The anti-virus can detect this Win32/phorpiex.B virus but it can’t remove the virus completely. It always comes back again and again. The effective way to remove the virus completely is to remove it manually. Once the computer gets infected by this Trojan virus, you should stop all activities and find an effective way to get rid of it. This virus has the ability to open a backdoor to the remote hacker, in this case, the hacker will be able to spy your online activity then get your personal data. If you don’t remove this Win32/phorpiex.B Trojan virus immediately, the hacker will be capable to get more and more information which relate to your privacy. You should know that it will be unsafe if your personal information gets disclosed.
How does this Trojan virus get to your computer?
–You may get the Trojan virus by opening the spam email attachments
–You may get the Trojan virus by visiting the porn or illegal websites
–You may get the Trojan virus by downloading and installing the freeware bundled with the Trojan virus
Get some traits of Win32/phorpiex.B Trojan virus
<1> Can slow down your computer or even make your computer crash down
<2> Can add wired files to your computer system that will occupy your computer resources
<3> Can make your computer get more infections like browser hijacker and malware
<4> Can damage your windows files and registries, that may make your computer crash down
<5> Capable of getting your confidential information
<6> Can be activated automatically once you turn on your computer
Warm prompt: It’s complicated for people who are not computer savvy or not familiar with the virus to remove the Win32/phorpiex.B Trojan virus. You can contact YooCare/YooSecurity PC professional online service for help:
The following is the Removal steps for Computer with Windows
There is a removal guide of Trojan provided here. However, expertise is required during the process of removal, please make sure you are capable to do it by yourself.
1st Press Ctrl, Shift and Esc keys at the same time to open the Windows task Manager. Then click the “Processes” tab at the top to find the suspicious processes to stop them.
2nd Go back to desktop and then click “start” at the left hand angle then type “regedit” in Search programs and files box, then press Enter key and you will open the “Registry Editor”
3rd In Registry Editor, please find the suspicious registry files related to this Win32/phorpiex.B Trojan virus. They are usually in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SOFTWARE. If you can’t find the suspicious registry, you are welcome to contact our expert for help.
4th After you find the suspicious registry files, you need to find the location of the .exe files of the Trojan virus. In general, they will be located in operating system drive. Click start >> Computer or My computer. Usually, the operating system drive is Local Disk (C:)
5th All the files related to the Trojan virus will be in Windows >> System 32. Find all the related files of Trojan virus and then delete them. Just make sure that what you delete is not the operating system or your computer system will crash. If you are not good at it, we are welcome you to ask for an expert for help.
Video of Key Steps on How to Modify or Change Windows Registry:
You should pay attention to the Win32/phorpiex.B Trojan virus when you get a warning about it. This Trojan virus is malicious and should be removed as soon as possible. It has the ability to change the computer system to prevent from getting removed. That is why it can’t be removed by the anti-virus completely. So if you want to completely remove this Trojan virus, you should contact an expert to help you remove it manually. Plus this Win32/phorpiex.B Trojan virus can damage the system files and registries and causes many start-up problems like blue screen and black screen. It also is able to add some malicious files or programs to the computer. Under this circumstance, the infected computer will get slower and slower. Furthermore, this Trojan virus is capable to make a record of your online activity and get your personal data. You must know that if the hacker gets your personal data, your personal data will get exposed. It is necessary to get this virus off of your computer.
Warm prompt: If you are not computer savvy or not familiar with the virus to remove Win32/phorpiex.B Trojan virus. You can contact YooCare/YooSecurity PC professional online service for help:
Published by Tony Shepherd & last updated on July 20, 2016 12:29 pm