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Danger level 7
Type: Trojans
Common infection symptoms:
  • Connects to the internet without permission
  • Installs itself without permissions
  • Slow Computer
  • Slow internet connection

VirTool:MSIL/Injector.gen!G

VirTool:MSIL/Injector.gen!G is a malicious computer threat that can be classified as a Trojan due its composition. Even though the name of the parasite suggests that it is an injector that uses Microsoft Intermediate Language to inject a particular code into the system that would allow a malicious program to run without being detected by security products. In a sense that makes VirTool:MSIL/Injector.gen!G similar to a rootkit, because it enters your system without a permission and starts running in the system’s background.

What is more, there is no exact way to determine the infection, because VirTool:MSIL/Injector.gen!G does not have an interface. Like with most of the Trojans, you can only build your reference upon the unusual computer behavior and the fact that there are a lot of unknown processes running in your Windows Task Manager. You can find a full list of Trojan-related files below this description, but for example, if you have such process files as aadrive32.exe, boonty.exe or cc0.exe running in your Task Manager, then you can be sure that you are infected with VirTool:MSIL/Injector.gen!G.

This Trojan can exhibit a range of malicious behavior. For one, it is associated with fraudulent security programs, so it can be a part of rogue antispyware. As it also has features of a system backdoor, we can infer, that VirTool:MSIL/Injector.gen!G allows other malware to enter your computer unnoticed. As a result, it is a clear evidence that VirTool:MSIL/Injector.gen!G can be detrimental to your system and to your personal security. Personal security comes into focus, because of such Trojan components as boonty.exe. Because of this file VirTool:MSIL/Injector.gen!G is known to be able to read email addresses and phone book details. Thus, it can record your personal information, store it, and then send out to a third party over the network without you even realizing it.

You have to remove VirTool:MSIL/Injector.gen!G the moment you determine the infection. Since manual Trojan removal is rather tricky, you are advised to use a reliable computer security application that will terminate VirTool:MSIL/Injector.gen!G automatically, and you will not have to worry about your computer acting weird again.

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How to manually remove VirTool:MSIL/Injector.gen!G

Files associated with VirTool:MSIL/Injector.gen!G infection:

ctfmon.exe
testiq.exe
dfsc.sys
aadrive32.exe
28542.exe
xmlrpw32.dll
wKgaGVYnyvop.exe
USB3Nw32.dll
sqlesw32.dll
setupxv.exe
rpc412_setup.exe
rav.exe
qw50ag9.exe
qsx.exe
privacy.exe
pQnPdkMCky.exe
Patch.exe
i18Commondrm.dll
D40.exe
ctfmon.exe
cdrom.sys
CC0.exe
Boonty.exe
binternet.jar
afd.sys
AcroIEHelpe066.dll
0Q3Nzy1GF02GPz.exe
setup.exe
CC0.exe
USB3Nw32.dll
28542.exe
D40.exe
cdrom.sys
Patch.exe
binternet.jar
afd.sys
rpc412_setup.exe
aadrive32.exe
i18Commondrm.dll
setup.exe
0Q3Nzy1GF02GPz.exe
qsx.exe
pQnPdkMCky.exe
dfsc.sys
xmlrpw32.dll
qw50ag9.exe
sqlesw32.dll
privacy.exe
rav.exe
wKgaGVYnyvop.exe
testiq.exe
setupxv.exe
AcroIEHelpe066.dll
Boonty.exe

VirTool:MSIL/Injector.gen!G DLL's to remove:

xmlrpw32.dll
i18Commondrm.dll
USB3Nw32.dll
xmlrpw32.dll
USB3Nw32.dll
sqlesw32.dll
i18Commondrm.dll
AcroIEHelpe066.dll
sqlesw32.dll
AcroIEHelpe066.dll

VirTool:MSIL/Injector.gen!G processes to kill:

setupxv.exe
Boonty.exe
CC0.exe
setup.exe
28542.exe
testiq.exe
aadrive32.exe
28542.exe
wKgaGVYnyvop.exe
setupxv.exe
rpc412_setup.exe
rav.exe
qw50ag9.exe
qsx.exe
privacy.exe
pQnPdkMCky.exe
Patch.exe
D40.exe
ctfmon.exe
CC0.exe
Boonty.exe
0Q3Nzy1GF02GPz.exe
setup.exe
D40.exe
rav.exe
qw50ag9.exe
testiq.exe
Patch.exe
qsx.exe
aadrive32.exe
wKgaGVYnyvop.exe
rpc412_setup.exe
pQnPdkMCky.exe
0Q3Nzy1GF02GPz.exe
ctfmon.exe
privacy.exe
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