- Annoying Pop-up's
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Slow Computer
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
HackTool:Win32/AppPatcher attacked its first Windows system on March 17, back in 2011, and until this day, computer owners all over the world still have to worry about the removal of this horrendous application. Without a single doubt, the terrifying infection is not a production of simple minded kids, who are just playing around with their low-level hacking skills, and true cyber criminals, who know how to develop and distribute infectious application’s components, are going to use the vicious tool to breach your personal privacy, without any thoughts on your wellbeing. Sure enough, this infectious application’s existence is partly your fault, and you should understand that unprotected Windows systems, with no malware detection and removal applications, are filled with security cracks and backdoors.
Even though it may seem impossible to remove HackTool:Win32/AppPatcher, since it does not have an interface, you should look out for this malicious application’s component Patch.exe, which can work as a system backdoor, malware downloader, and is, in fact, a cloaked executable. This means that the infectious component goes by the name of an original file, which belongs to either Patch MFC Application or Trend Micro PC-cillin AntiVirus product. The original file may be found under C:\Windows, and the malign one was located under C:\Program Files, which means that the infection’s file did not modify the original one, only making a false copy of it, in a different location.
Patch.exe is a highly dangerous HackTool:Win32/AppPatcher’s executable, which can add malignant processes to the system’s boot up, add or delete files, modify Registry entries, change security policies, release numerous security notifications, and tamper with Firewall, so that connection to the Internet would not be detected and disturbed. With links to the web, HackTool:Win32/AppPatcher creators will be able to control incoming and outbound data traffics of your system, record information with browser helper objects, or even download malware, which could cause much serious Windows system disturbances and could not be removed easily. Moreover, patch.exe works on the basis of a rootkit, which means that all high-risk processes will be hidden, and you will not even think about having to remove HackTool:Win32/AppPatcher from your system!
This Windows OS infection is terribly treacherous, and since it may be hidden from any of your detection, it is a MUST to acquire legitimate security applications, which would be capacitated to delete HackTool:Win32/AppPatcher rapidly. Note: if you do not rush this task, your computer could be burdened with numerous Windows system’s infections!