Saturday, January 12, 2013

How to Remove Svchost.exe Virus (Effective Manual Removal)

Basic symptoms of Svchost.exe virus

  •  Corrupts the entire system or installed software by deleting essential system components or important parts of installed software.
  •  Steals login names, passwords, valuable personal documents, identity data and other user sensitive information.
  •  Sends all gathered data to a predefined e-mail address, uploads it to a predetermined FTP server or transfers it through a background Internet connection to a remote host.
  •  Freezes the system making it complete unusable.

Learn more about Svchost.exe virus

Svchost.exe is known as one of important system processes in Windows. As a legitimate file, it is usually located in C:\Windows\System folder. However, cyber criminals are good at using system vulnerabilities to create hazardous Trojan virus which uses the name of Svchost.exe. As a fake Svchost.exe process, it is able to be detected by some powerful antivirus programs. Since antivirus software quarantine it and you can try to remove it automatically. Unluckily, your security tool may not remove its components at all. In some cases, even if you have deleted Svchost.exe for one time, it will still comeback after rebooting again and again.

Having the typical symptoms of Trojan infection, Svchost.exe virus has the ability to change system settings and take up lots of system resources to raise usage of CPU up. What is worse, it will lead to Blue Screen and even crash without timely removal operation. To prevent further harm on your computer, you should try the effective way to get rid of Svchost.exe virus as soon as possible. If you meet any trouble, please feel free to contact Tee Support certified professionals 24/7 online for the further help.

What will be effective way to remove Svchost.exe virus?

Even though you have the top antivirus program installed, the Svchost.exe virus still gets through without your consent. You may ask why. I should say there is actually no such thing as perfect protection. Virus is created every day. Such virus like the Svchost.exe is designed to have been changed the code so antivirus can’t keep up. Once executed, Svchost.exe virus can disable your security tool. In such circumstance, manual removal is required.

1. To stop all Svchost.exe virus, press CTRL+ALT+DELETE to open the Windows Task Manager.

2. Click on the "Processes" tab, search for Svchost.exe virus, then right-click it and select "End Process" key.  

3. Click "Start" button and selecting "Run." Type "regedit" into the box and click "OK." 

4. Once the Registry Editor is open, search for the registry key "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\ Svchost.exe." Right-click this registry key and select "Delete." 

5. Navigate to directory %PROGRAM_FILES%\ Svchost.exe\ and delete the infected files manually.
%Windir%\temp\random.exe
%Windir%\Temp\random
HKLM|HKCU]\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\Userinit
HKLM|HKCU]\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\random

Helpful video guide for removing Svchost.exe Virus


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2 comments:

RogerThat1945 said...

Scvhost.exe is using 29,685Mb *yes MEGABYTES of memory on my windows 7 laptop. I think it came form a site pretending to do an Adobe flash update but I noticed that it was the wrong address at the beginning after HTTP// etc with a prefix to ADOBE-Flash update.
I have destroyed a 650Gb hard drive in frustration and am angry with Norton 360 for not spotting it.

RogerThat1945 said...

P.S.
I will update windows to a different version of the MS operating system. Hoping virus writers catch bowel cancer.

Oddly enough my OLD Windows XP desktop works perfectly. Nuthin but trouble with the Win 7.

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