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Thursday, January 17, 2013

How to Remove Trojan:JS/Medfos.B Manually and Completely

Information of Trojan:JS/Medfos.B

Trojan:JS/Medfos.B belongs to Win32/Medfos  big family which designed by cyber criminals to make damage on machine that is short of PC protection. Generally, Trojan:JS/Medfos.B appears as a browser extension on your browser like Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. Being as a vicious JavaScript file, the virus has the ability to modify your search results while you are using search queries such as Bing, Google and Yahoo. Usually, it would hijack your browser to harmful domain that associated with some commercial contents which only wants you to spend money on it. Also it is possible to get infected additional other threats through the tricky statics of Trojan:JS/Medfos.B. That is to say, as soon as your computer is infected with Trojan:JS/Medfos.B, it would install other viruses automatically. Certainly that for the sake of avoiding further damage, we should eradicate it from your computer timely and completely. If you meet any trouble, please feel free to contact Tee Support certified professionals 24/7 online for the further help.

Basic symptoms of Trojan:JS/Medfos.B

1.    Trojan:JS/Medfos.B invades system without any permission
2.    Trojan:JS/Medfos.B has bad reputation & impact online
3.    Trojan:JS/Medfos.B spreads to removable drives and other PCs quickly
4.    Trojan:JS/Medfos.B may bring along all kinds of spyware program

How to remove Trojan:JS/Medfos.B completely?

Lots of users have mentioned like that computer has found weird symptom, but installed Antivirus have no report about any virus. In this Internet era, viruses are developing, so do its hiding techniques. It takes time for Antivirus to update its definition or signature. Trojan:JS/Medfos.B is a very foxy infection. If there is no proper Trojan:JS/Medfos.B removal tool, then this risky virus should be uninstalled with effective method manual approach. To manually get rid of Trojan:JS/Medfos.B, it’s to end processes, unregister DLL files, search and delete all other Trojan:JS/Medfos.B files and registry entries. Follow the detailed Trojan:JS/Medfos.B removal guide below to start.

1. To stop all Trojan:JS/Medfos.B processes, press CTRL+ALT+DELETE to open the Windows Task Manager.

2. Click on the "Processes" tab, search for Trojan:JS/Medfos.B, then right-click it and select "End Process" key.

3. Navigate to directory of Trojan:JS/Medfos.B and delete the infected files manually.
%AllUsersProfile%\{random}
%AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\.dll
%AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\.exe
%ProgramFiles%\random.exe

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

5. Once the Registry Editor is open, search for the registry key "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\ Trojan:JS/Medfos.B." Right-click this registry key and select "Delete."

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\Current Version\Run\random.exe"
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\ Trojan:JS/Medfos.B
HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\AppEvents\Schemes\Apps\Explorer\Navigating

Please be aware that you need to be very prudent during the whole removal process, because any inaccurate operation may result in data loss or even system crash. If you are confused how to do the above steps, you just need click here and get help from Tee Support 24/7 online computer experts to remove Trojan:JS/Medfos.B completely.


3 comments:

Paul Chatfeild-Clarke said...

This Trojan was immediately quaranteened by MSE but it keeps trying to gain access.

There is no sign of it in the Task Manager Processes.

Therefore the question is how to stop it pepetually trying to gain access.

I will also contact MSE but would appreciate any help.

Many thanks

Paul



Kenster33 said...

This is the same thing that I'm experiencing. It is removed by MSE and then comes right back. Over and over.

Female said...

Shown method did not work for me. I had to manually go to the Users\\AppData\Roaming folder to delete some .dll files that were just sitting there. You have to boot to safe mode to delete them. While in safe mode you can run msconfig to remove suspicious startup items. There should be at least two entries in startup that are related to the virus. It uses rundll32, so look out for that in the command section under startup as well. If for some reason your computer gets stuck on please wait screen during startup you can go back to msconfig in safe mode, hide all mimcrosoft services then disable a few services that remain in the list until you can figure which one is causing the problem.

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