Friday, November 9, 2012

How to Get Rid of ZeroAccess Trojan From - Manual Removal Guides

McAfee cannot repair below infections no matter how many times you restart the computer? This post and Tee Support online tech support team will help analyze this Trojan and provide tech support to completely remove them.
C:\Windows\Assembly\GAC_64\Desktop.ini (ZeroAccess Trojan)
C:\Windows\Assembly\GAC_32\Desktop.ini (ZeroAccess Trojan)

ZeroAccess Trojan Information

ZeroAccess is detected as Rootkit Trojan that is orchestrated to mess up Windows computers and collect users sensitive data for illegal purposes. A Rootkit Trojan usually gets permitted when there is security breaches in the target machine and it will make modification to enlarge the loophole which provide green lights for other infections. ZeroAccess will make sure that the infected account has admin privilege before making connections with remote server to fetch other components. So it's not created with admin privilege, the Trojan get it elevated by modifying Windows registry.
ZeroAccess is reported to be heavily intertwined with browser hijacker virus that is created to cause numerous redirect search queries to generate revenues with pay-pay-click promotion strategy. The real threat is that it may install other malware infection by downloading and executing arbitrary files from remote server. Besides, ZeroAccess will steal valuable information such as IP address,  log-in passwords and send to remote server.
Last but no least, the Rootkit Trojan interferes with Firewall and other security utilities and makes the system defenseless against other infections. In a word, users should make move to get rid of ZeroAccess Trojan once upon the detection.

ZeroAccess Trojan / Desktop.ini  Removal Guides

Maybe your antivirus manages to pick up ZeroAccess Trojan but fails to remove or quarantine it. Instead, it will ask you to restart the computer to fix it but it popups up again and thus, you seem to get stuck in the circling reboot. The infected files shows desktop.ini which is the point, so even you think it's gone, when you restart the computer, there is still a 'cannot repair the file'.  In order to safely and completely remove ZeroAccess Trojan,  manual removal with technical guides is required. Below manual removal guides can be used as reference:
Step 1 : Go to Task Manager with Alt+Ctrl+Delete and stop its process.
Step 2: Search for and delete its related files in Local Disk C:
Step 3: Navigate to remove the registry entries associated as below in Registry Editor:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\ActiveSetup\Installed Components\random
"LogMeIn GUI"=C:\Program Files\LogMeIn\x86\LogMeInSystray.exe
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\software\microsoft\shared tools\msconfig\startupreg\SunJavaUpdateSched
Notes: If you are still confused with above procedure, please click here to talk with an online expert for more details.

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