Hi, I am sure I get one virus on my computer, it almost messes up my computer and puts many strange shortcuts on my desktop, and I try to delete them but cannot work, they are still there. The scanner said Trojan:Win32/Wepiall.A is a dangerous threat. It makes me confused that the scanner cannot remove this virus. I am nervous now. How can I do to it?
Trojan:Win32/Wepiall.A Virus Description:
Trojan:Win32/Wepiall.A is a dangerous and infectious Trojan horse that can aggressively invade targeted computer and take control of computer and help third party to access infected computer, which will put computer and victims’ personal privacy into poor condition. It mainly attacks computers running with Windows operating system including such as Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8. It usually can bypass the detection of the security program and enter your computer without your knowledge. Once Trojan:Win32/Wepiall.A virus enters targeted computer, it will conduct evil activities on the computer as follow. It modifies your system settings to disguise itself as a system process to conduct some malicious actions; it hijacks your browsers and redirects you to malicious websites and unwanted pop-up ads to trick you to click to bring more infections; it may lurk on networking in form of hidden pages or some normal files, and when you visit those malware webpages or download files, it will attack your network and change DNS to block your access to the Internet; it always looks for security vulnerabilities to attack PCs and bring other viruses into your computer to make further damage to your computer.
Trojan:Win32/Wepiall.A does more damages than what you can imagine. This Trojan horse has a strong ability to root deeply and firmly in your system, and develops and updates its files and routines every day. Since it changes its code day by day even more frequently, and no antivirus can keep pace with it to remove it. As soon as Trojan:Win32/Wepiall.A virus comes to targeted computer, it will first plant one or several small and malicious rootkits or files into operating system, and those rootkits can give system false commands or instructions. If the operating system receives those wrong commands and follows its instructions to run, some programs on the infected computer will run improperly or even can’t operate anymore. And severely, infected computer will take a long time to turn on or shut down after being attacked by this virus, some of them may even get the blue or black screen of death frequently which can further damage the computer hardware as well. Therefore, to remove this Trojan horse earlier means to save your computer earlier.
Some Traits about Trojan:Win32/Wepiall.A Virus
-Can slow down the performance of the computer, or even blue screen.
-Can create many junk files which occupy a lot of space in hard drive.
-Can download other malicious programs into computer, which make further damage.
-Can redirect you to pages you don’t want all the time no matter what you are doing.
-Take a long time to turn on or shut down your computer
-Your sensitive information can be stolen by hacker who can access to your computer with the help of this Trojan.
-May pretend as an anti-virus program and cheat you that computer is in dangerous, and ask you to pay to remove the threats.
Removal Guide for PCs with Windows OS
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.
>>>>>> Press Ctrl+Shift+Esc keys simultaneously to get the Task Manager to stop the active processes of Trojan:Win32/Wepiall.A virus. To do this, you will need to click the “Processes” tag at the top then find out suspicious processes and right click on them and select “End Process”.
>>>>>> Click “Start” menu at the lower left corner and type “regedit” in the search programs and files box and press Enter key. Then you will open the “Registry Editor”.
>>>>>> You will need to find out the suspicious registry files in the Registry Editor, They are usually located in: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SOFTWARE. You need to distinguish them from their “Name” and “Data” at the right column. All of them will be randomly distributed. If you are not good at this, ask for an expert for help.
>>>>>> After you find out the suspicious registry files, you need to find out where the .exe files of the virus locate. Usually, they will be in the operating system drive. To open it, you will need to click Start menu > Computer & My computer. Generally speaking, the Operating System drive is Local Disk (C:).
>>>>>> Basically speaking, all the related files of Trojan:Win32/Wepiall.A virus will be located in Windows > System32. Find out all the files of the Trojan virus and delete them. Make sure that all the files you deleted are viruses, but not the files of the operating system. Any mistakes will cause data loss even system crash.
Video of Key Steps on How to Modify or Change Windows Registry:
Trojan:Win32/Wepiall.A Trojan virus will severely attack your computer once it gets on your PC. It corrupts your system files, weakens the security level of the infected computer and modifies all your key registry settings as well as disables your firewall because of its root-kit. The CPU usage percentage will become higher than before, which will cause constant blue or black screen death and system freeze. It helps cyber criminals remotely control the infected PC. So hackers can do anything on your PC and get any information from your computer or by tracking your online history. And users’ personal information like credit card, bank account details, log-in passwords or other financial information could be leaked out. Victims of this virus will suffer from financial loss. This Trojan must be removed as fast as possible to avoid further damages if you detect this nasty thing on your computer.
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Published by Michael Myn & last updated on May 27, 2015 5:29 am