How can I remove TSPY_ONLINEG.OMU from my laptop? I have Norton to protect my laptop but this virus infected my laptop without being prevented by Norton. It also seems hard to get it kicked off my PC. Cause I got the message that fails to delete it all the time. I’ve also tried some reputable antivirus software but the virus can come back after I do a restart. I can hardly get rid of it. What else ways do I have to try?
Description on TSPY_ONLINEG.OMU
TSPY_ONLINEG.OMU is kind of Trojan virus infection on computers. This Trojan virus is always bounded to some free and unknown packages of software. When you install that software, this virus can be installed at the same time. The difference is that the installation of this virus is done in quite indistinguishable way. You don’t even have a clue on how and when it gets installed on your PC. Nor do you realize it is in your computer until the detection alerts from your antivirus comes up. Some junk mails give you questionable attachments and they can be responsible for the source you get this virus too.
The ability of TSPY_ONLINEG.OMU Trojan virus is beyond your imagination as it never sends out obvious indications what it has done on the infected computers. It gives you an indistinguishable phenomenon on your computer and you cannot tell if your computer is infected or not. It is until you have your antivirus scan your computer can you find out this threat. All the tricks it makes are in invisible parts in computers. It creates duplicates constantly which occupy large system resource and your computer runs rather slow than usual. Programs you have installed on the computer turn out to have troubles in running too. They get no responses repeatedly and some of them even go dead before it runs. All the functions of your computer are not normal as before.
Other than slowing down the performance of the infected computers, this Trojan can also make damages to your databases in the infected PCs. It has gained the access to your system files as soon as it is installed. TSPY_ONLINEG.OMU is created and updated by the remote cyber criminals to damage infected computers and lead to a spread of viruses or other threats on the internet to make profits. One way is that it collects your personal information by analyzing your using histories or cookies within system files and sends your privacy out to its cooperators. They can sell them to some malicious shopping websites to get some money. Those sites will send non-stop messages or mails to your end to invite you to either visit their sites or purchase the products they provide. No matter how inviting those words are, the real purpose is leading you into a payment. Also, TSPY_ONLINEG.OMU will use the same way it infected your computer to spread its feed to your contacts by sending mails in your name and without your notice. Contacts of yours are indirect victims of the virus.
Some Obvious Symptoms of Infection with TSPY_ONLINEG.OMU 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
7. Booting or rebooting before you log in and etc.
How to Remove TSPY_ONLINEG.OMU Manually?
Up till now, there is not a perfect antivirus that can detect this pesky Trojan virus or delete it completely. It has been updated by remote and backstage cyber criminals and is able to escape from the scan of any anti-virus programs thus it is hard to be removed or even found. The most effective way is to remove it manually. The following instructions need quite level of computer expertise. If you don’t know how to that correctly, please contact with YooSecurity online support now!
Please follow these steps to get rid of TSPY_ONLINEG.OMU Trojan virus manually:
Step A: Press CTRL+ALT+DEL or CTRL+SHIFT+ESC（this operation varies by different operating systems）. Open the Windows Task Manager.
If that didn’t work, try another way by pressing the Start button and click on the Run option. This will start the Run tool. Type taskmgr in the box and press OK. This is going to start the Windows Task Manager for you.
Step B: In the window of Task Manager, click on Processes tab. Find the process by the name of random.exe. Then scroll the list to find required processes. Select it with your mouse or arrow keys on the keyboard and click on End Process button. The process will be killed in this way.
Step C: Go to Folder Options from Control Panel. Under View tab, select Show hidden files and folders and uncheck Hide protected operating system files (Recommended), and then click OK. Remember to back up essential files beforehand.
Step D: Press Windows+ R keys and type regedit in Run window. Delete associated files and registry entries related to TSPY_ONLINEG.OMU as follows (The entries may differ from different computers but they are all named randomly as a common character).
Step E: Reboot the computer normally to take effective when the above steps are done.
This Video Shows You How to Safely Modify Windows Registry Editor :
TSPY_ONLINEG.OMU is indeed a risky factor of computers. It slips into computers without the intention of computer users in the first place. And this Trojan also play its tricks in secret ways after it get installed. It weakens the detection ability of computers making them more and more vulnerable to be infected by any viruses from online site or removable devices. It is a hole in the boat which leads to a whole crash and destroy of your computer. The actions of giving out users’ privates are quite dangerous at the same time. On one hand TSPY_ONLINEG.OMU Trojan virus gains money and causes loss of computer users. On the other hand, it makes itself spread all over the internet. There is no doubt removing this Trojan virus as soon as possible.
Kindly Reminder: If you fail to remove the stubborn Trojan virus with the methods you find from the internet, please consult YooSecurity certified professionals to remove it completely. For all the above operations need computer expertise and any wrong operation may lead to damage of your vulnerable computer system.
Published by Michael Myn & last updated on August 20, 2013 2:50 am