I can’t figure out how to remove this high risk threat – Backdoor.Win32.Cmjspy (A) from my computer. I have tried almost every program I know that provides PC security service but nothing worked to remove the high risk threat. I googled it on the internet and found out how harmful it was to my computer and how serious it was the longer it stayed on my computer. I want to remove this nasty win32.cmjspy (A) thing. How do I process?

Backdoor.Win32.Cmjspy (A) – Remove Trojan Infection

Backdoor.Win32.Cmjspy (A) is a reported high risk Trojan virus by Emisoft Anti-malware. For some Windows users, they have been troubled by this type of Trojan infection and are having a hard time to get rid of it completely. Due to the constant failures of anti-malware removals, this nasty virus is able to reside on your system and cause many problems including a general slow down of the computer. This type of Trojan horse is specifically released to hack your Windows without knowing and remotely control the infected machine which cannot be terminated via regular process. Online hackers often gain illegal access to Windows with the help of such Trojan to achieve their goals as scamming average PC users. Users are suggested to get rid of this stubborn Trojan virus as soon as possible to protect PC from further consequences.

Backdoor is a specific term in computer programming. It appears during the development of software to provide convenience for programmers to correct or improve the software. But if it’s taken advantages of by unknown online third parties, it could turn into a potential risk for Windows users. The auto install of this Backdoor.Win32.Cmjspy (A) virus can be done via bundling with freeware. Users should take responsibilities for the Trojan attack for downloading free unknown programs onto the system without identifying their resources thoroughly. The nasty Trojan infection not only affects the overall performance of the PC, but threatens users’ privacy security. Users won’t be able to use the computer properly until the virus infection is completely removed from the computer:

System defaults can be automatically adjusted to provide convenience for other threats.
Numerous security popups can be seen on the computer constantly.
Unknown downloads can be automatically started without consent.
System becomes rather sluggish.
BSOD can be expected.
Computer automatically shuts down every once in a while.

How to get rid of Backdoor.Win32.Cmjspy (A) virus completely without reappearing?
Does the virus always reappear on the computer after a reboot? Do anti-malware programs become unresponsive each time you tried to get rid of the virus? This Trojan virus is not only a master in hiding itself on the infected system to avoid any attempt of removal, but can slow down the computer causing a hard time for users to operate and try to remove it. The longer the Trojan virus resides on your computer, the harder it gets for you to completely get rid of it. Considering that this Trojan threat is able to escape from anti-virus removal, manual removal is efficient in getting rid of this Trojan. Different program files and registry keys will be dealt with which will require expertise. Any mistake during the manual removal could cause unpredictable consequences on the system.

Suggestion: If you are not qualified with advanced computer skills and don’t want to make things worse, contact YooSecurity Online PC Experts now to get help to get rid of Backdoor.Win32.Cmjspy (A) virus popup:

Guide to Remove Stubborn Trojan Manually

Step-by-step manual removal guide:
*Special hints: Below are some general steps on how to delete Backdoor.Win32.Cmjspy (A) virus pop up manually. But as mentioned before, the virus files and locations can change from time to time in order to hide itself deep inside the system. If you are having troubles identifying the files to delete, look closely and pay attention to those similar system files with different paths. This Trojan horse is capable of renaming its files quite similarly with system files. Confusing letters or digits like “1” and “I”, “0” and “o” may be used.

1. Windows Task Manager.

Press CTRL+ALT+DELETE or CTRL+SHIFT+ESC; or pull up Run box from Start menu to type in taskmgr
Click on Processes tab
End process of items related to the Trojan virus
Click on Applications tab
Right click on the items you want to End
Go To Process
End Processes

2. Delete virus files and registries from system.

Click on Start button
Control Panel
Search for “folder options” on top right corner
Click on View tab
Show hidden files, folders, and drives

C:\Users\user name\AppData\local\temp\-
C:\Users\user name\appdata\local\-\cache\random.exe.

Similar video guide to modify Windows registry:


This Backdoor.Win32.Cmjspy (A) is a type of Trojan horse that is particularly created to help unknown online hackers gain unauthorized access to Windows computers. It acts like an illegal remote tool to help remote hackers control the infected system. This Trojan infection is, therefore, highly risky to users privacy security. To completely get rid of the nasty Trojan virus, manual removal is much more efficient compared to anti-virus removal for it’s not easily detectable. Generally, the infected computer will run noticeably slowly when the Trojan virus starts to take effect on the system. Malicious programs could even be brought onto the infected computer by this Trojan to help further compromise the PC. If you have already noticed any operation on the computer without consent, remove the Trojan as quickly as possible before the infection gets worse.

Note: Have run various online virus killers and malware scanners but the virus still exists? Please Contact YooSecurity Online PC Experts to get help now to completely remove the nasty Trojan virus:

Published by Tony Shepherd & last updated on March 3, 2014 12:32 pm

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