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Danger level 6
Type: Trojans
Common infection symptoms:
  • Connects to the internet without permission
  • Installs itself without permissions
  • Slow Computer
  • Slow internet connection
  • System crashes

Trojan.Hideproc.E

Trojan.Hideproc.E has a lot of aliases, but one thing is certain about this parasite – it poses extreme threat to your computer‘s system and it needs to be terminated immediately. This Trojan is known to have features of a banking Trojan, which means that it can access your financial information. If you think that you are safe just because you don’t actually store your passwords in your computer, do not be fooled. Trojan.Hideproc.E can easily collect your logins and passwords when you log in to your bank account on the Internet. In order to do that the Trojan uses keylogging, and then saves the collected data somewhere in the depths of your computer.

Once this Trojan enters your computer, it can run secretly in the background without you realizing it and it is very adept at hiding its presence from security products. Trojan.Hideproc.E easily blocks the firewall and injects a code into your registry which allows it to run automatically whenever you boot your Windows. What is more, Trojan.Hideproc.E is a very cunning parasite, because at first it might seem to be completely harmless software. Sometimes it might even have files that you need or that perform a useful function, but that is a sheep in a wolf’s clothing, because the Trojan can easily open the backdoor of your system for other types of malware – Trojans seldom come alone.

Various components of Trojan.Hideproc.E are classified as cloaked malware, which means that this Trojan can run in the background of your system for a very long time, collecting your data, and avoid being detected by security programs. Trojan.Hideproc.E also copies the names of legitimate processes and injects its processes into your Windows Task Manager, making it seem like there is nothing wrong with your computer, and there are only real processes running. For example, it duplicates explorer.exe which originally is a legitimate Windows process and it is always there in your Task Manager whenever you browse your files. That is why it is even harder to determine whether you are infected or not.

The best way to make sure, especially if you are suspicious about your computer’s behavior, is to perform a full system scan with a powerful security application. If you are not a computer specialist you might find it hard to delete all the files related to Trojan.Hideproc.E on your own. That is why you are recommended to remove Trojan.Hideproc.E automatically with a security tool, and then make sure that your computer does not get infected again.

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How to manually remove Trojan.Hideproc.E

Files associated with Trojan.Hideproc.E infection:

tercdw32.dll
uhcd.exe
terldw32.dll
explorer.exe
qpeji.dll
lujialo.dll
yzzc14.dll
nst.exe
sjoevjxnahrh.dll
yzzc14.dll
terldw32.dll
qpeji.dll
gnuuc.dll
Flash-Player-10.exe
ComboFix.exe
uhcd.exe
tercdw32.dll
sjoevjxnahrh.dll
nst.exe
ygfbgxlhrbnteuc.exe
ultimatekeyloggerfree.exe
ukaiz.dll
lujialo.dll
explorer.exe
ygfbgxlhrbnteuc.exe
wuauolt.exe
gnuuc.dll
.dll
ultimatekeyloggerfree.exe
ukaiz.dll
ComboFix.exe
Flash-Player-10.exe

Trojan.Hideproc.E DLL's to remove:

terldw32.dll
lujialo.dll
sjoevjxnahrh.dll
.dll
gnuuc.dll
qpeji.dll
ukaiz.dll
yzzc14.dll
terldw32.dll
qpeji.dll
gnuuc.dll
tercdw32.dll
sjoevjxnahrh.dll
ukaiz.dll
lujialo.dll
yzzc14.dll
tercdw32.dll

Trojan.Hideproc.E processes to kill:

ComboFix.exe
nst.exe
explorer.exe
Flash-Player-10.exe
wuauolt.exe
uhcd.exe
ultimatekeyloggerfree.exe
Flash-Player-10.exe
ComboFix.exe
uhcd.exe
nst.exe
ygfbgxlhrbnteuc.exe
ultimatekeyloggerfree.exe
explorer.exe
ygfbgxlhrbnteuc.exe
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