Have You Heard Of Trojan.Zeroaccess.B? How to Remove?
Trojan.Zeroaccess.B is a dangerous virus that has been picked up by Norton Antivirus program. It is classified as a Trojan horse that hides itself in the system with the help of the advanced ZeroAccess rootkit. Once it sneaks into the compromised computer, it wreaks chaos on your computer in all aspects. It can drop other threats such as Trojan.Gen, Trojan.Gen.2 or FBI moneypak scam to mess up your computer further.
Generally, this nasty Trojan can be detected by running a security scan from Norton. At that moment, you must get annoying pop-up from Symantec showing three different kinds of Trojan frequently. However, even your antivirus detects these viruses, it still doesn’t seem to be able to do anything about them. Trojan.Zeroaccess.B can keep coming back even if you do a system restore. Norton may report the infected file of this Trojan is located in C:\windows\assembly\temp\u\[email protected], but you will find nothing related to the virus there. This tricky virus can append its code to legitimate Windows driver to avoid detection and removal. And it spreads in a variety of ways common to any other threats. It often arrives as an attached file to spam email messages mailed from an infected computer. Just like other Trojans, it can allow a remote attacker to access the infected system through a backdoor port. Under such circumstance, hackers can easily steal confidential information from the infected computer. This Trojan also can decrease the overall system performance and make your computer run slower and slower. Thus, it is highly recommended users to get rid of Trojan.Zeroaccess.B as soon as possible.
What is the best effective way to deal with Zeroaccess.B Virus?
Recently, a lot of computer users got infected with this virus, and many of them did try to do a system restore because of a bad audio driver and couldn’t get their settings back so they did. At first, everything looked as it was fine until they noticed the same problem: got a popup to install flash and knew something was wrong. Norton came up and said your were infected with Trojan.zeroaccess.b. This virus won’t let user run anything in normal mode as it popups with it’s advertisement to buy it’s protection and also in safe mode it pops up with its advertisement. That must be controlled by hackers who make use of this Trojan horse to earn money. Well, you must be a bit stumped now because you can’t do anything in safe mode or safe mode with networking. Have tried many other antivirus programs but with no luck. So, you have to fix this issue manually step by step. But this requires professional skills. And if you don’t have expertise then you can’t remove it by yourself, please contact YooCare/YooSecurity for further help.
Basic steps to manually remove Trojan.Zeroaccess.B Virus
Press Ctrl+Alt+Del keys together and stop all processes related to Trojan.Zeroaccess.B in the Windows Task Manager.
Let’s open the Registry Editor, search and remove registry entries generated by Zeroaccess.B.
All associated files created by Trojan.Zeroaccess.B should be removed.
on 32-bit computers
on 64-bit computers
Registry Entries That Generated By The TrojanZeroaccess.B Virus
Video Tutorial On How to Modify or Change Windows Registry:
Recommended action: Remove this Trojan horse (It means remove Trojan.Zeroaccess.B Virus) immediately, you need to take an action at the first tie you found it on your computer. As any delay will lead to many other problems that may compromise your privacy or damage your computer. Don’t waste time to try the methods from the unknown sites, the solutions didn’t work as the virus changes fast. That is why we suggest you take a quick time to resolve your issue and you need to do it manually. But it won’t be able to help if you haven’t expertise! So please take care before performing any steps.
Note: This virus is really a stubborn one, if you are not sure what to do correctly and don’t want to make things worse, Please feel free to get support from YooSecurity 24/7 online team anytime you get sucked to get rid of Trojan.Zeroaccess.B virus safely and permanently.
Published by Tony Shepherd & last updated on May 21, 2013 7:31 am