I got the PUP.Optional.Solimba Virus in my computer and I don’t even know how I got the annoyance. The tricky Trojan horse disables my programs and I can’t operate my computer normally. And my anti-virus could do nothing to get rid of it. I have tried to remove it many times but without success. If you get the infection but you can’t drive it away, you are welcomed to get some advice from this post.
PUP.Optional.Solimba Virus – How to Remove?
PUP.Optional.Solimba Virus is a highly infectious Trojan horse which is designed by cyber criminals to hijack victims’ computer without their permission. It is a backdoor virus which is enquired to bundle with lots of other malware and bring a messy on the infected computer. As time goes by, the victims will find that their computers perform slower and slower, even get a crash with the systems. When your computer gets the PUP.Optional.Solimba Virus, the tricky virus will take over your computer completely and what you can do is getting a manual removal at no delay.
Once installed in your computer stealthily, PUP.Optional.Solimba Virus will space no efforts to produce numerous malicious activities to corrupt and disable all your programs in the computer. And you will find that you get no respond when run some programs and your anti-virus is unhelpful for the Trojan horse. What’s more, the Virus has will freak you out by displaying lots of unwanted pop-ups advertisements when you surf the net and charge your browser settings to give obstruction when you go to online. Without a complete removal, the infected computer will totally on the thumb of the cunning Trojan horse virus.
When gets the command of the infected computer, PUP.Optional.Solimba Virus will steal your confidential data and leak it to cyber criminals who create the virus. You may get the infection from freeware and shareware, spam email and so on. Please do not install unfamiliar freeware and download the attachments from spam emails. Or you am going be confronted with the threat of the virus. As long your computer infected by the Trojan horse virus, please uninstall it as soon as possible.
Some Obvious Symptoms of Infection with Trojan Virus
1. Getting warnings of infection from anti-virus programs
2. Computer running rather slowly than before
3. Unauthorized remote connection occurring
5. Internet speed works as a snail
6. Questionable pop-ups telling you that your computer is in danger
A Step-by-step Trojan Manual Removal Guide
Manual removal process is suggested here to get rid of this PUP.Optional.Solimba Virus infection since antivirus programs have mostly failed. Expertise will be required during the manual removal process to deal with changeable virus files. Steps have been listed in the following to get rid of this Trojan virus:
Step 1: Open Control Panel from Start menu. Go to Folder Options and under View tab, select Show hidden files and folders and non-select Hide protected operating system files (Recommended) then click OK.
Step 2: Open Windows Task Manager to end processed related to PUP.Optional.Solimba Virus. To do that, press Ctrl+Alt+Del keys at the same time or right click on bottom Task Bar and select Start Task Manager.
Step 3: Go to Registry Editor. First press Windows+R keys and then type regedit in Run box to search. Delete registry entries associated with this Trojan infection:
%AppData%\ [RANDOM CHARACTERS].exe
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Active Setup\Installed Components\[RANDOM CHARACTERS]
Video on How to Modify or Change Windows Registry
In summary, the PUP.Optional.Solimba Virus is backdoor virus and will introduce lots of malware to handicap your procedures in your system. And your anti-virus will be trashy for the Trojan Horse Virus. What’s worse, the cunning virus will reveal your personal information to cyber criminals who produce the virus. If your computer gets the infection, please get it removed as soon as possible. But there is not great anti-spyware software can deal with this virus effectively, so if you are not computer geek, it is better to contact PC experts for tech support to save your computer.
Published by Tony Shepherd & last updated on September 12, 2013 7:18 am