- Annoying Pop-up's
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Shows commercial adverts
- Slow Computer
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
TrojanSpy:MSIL/VB.M is an information stealing Trojan, which can easily collect your personal information and breach your financial security, if you do not act against it quickly enough. Cyber criminals and third parties behind the rogue could quite possibly record your banking account details, social security numbers, passwords, usernames and other information, which could allow schemers to generate profit. It is unfortunate, but it is extremely hard to detect and remove TrojanSpy:MSIL/VB.M from your system; however, you should take into account that even small Windows dysfunctions can identify an infection. So, if your system’s processes are slowing down noticeably, your Internet connection is disturbed, or you find any other symptoms, make sure you do everything to check whether it is not the malicious Trojan that is disturbing your PC.
Like all computer infections, the vicious Trojan is controlled by malignant components, and in TrojanSpy:MSIL/VB.M’s case it is cb.exe and MSASCui.exe, both of which can put your sensitive information at risk, and both of which are in the Temp Windows file (C:\Windows\Temp). Cb.exe is the first malignant executable, and it can do extensive damage. The vicious application will delete and hijack system’s processes, release various pop-up notifications, which means that the Trojan could attach a fake AV tool to the infection, and steal your sensitive data. This will be done with the help of a code, which will record your keystrokes, mouse clicks and copy screen content, which could be extremely dangerous to the security of your passwords and usernames. What is more, cb.exe will infect your USB drives, so that the Trojan is spread via removable devices even when it is removed from your computer.
MSASCui.exe is the second Trojan’s executable, which could put your identity at risk, as this component could use your name to spread the infection via mass spam email attacks. Additionally, MSASCui.exe will disable safe mode, modify Firewall and Windows Security Center, to make it impossible for your system to detect and remove TrojanSpy:MSIL/VB.M infection. Administrative privileges to Task Manager and Registry Editor will also be removed to ensure that you do not delete the Trojan manually, because for this task you would need to terminate malignant processes and delete registry keys, which can be found in these Windows Tools.
TrojanSpy:MSIL/VB.M is a highly treacherous Windows system infection, which could easily use your personal details for cyber criminals’ gain! Therefore, you should delete this vicious Trojan as soon as possible, and automatic removal tools will serve you best. If you are considering manual removal options, you should only venture into such complex operations, if you have the right skills and knowledge!
How to manually remove TrojanSpy:MSIL/VB.M
Files associated with TrojanSpy:MSIL/VB.M infection:
TrojanSpy:MSIL/VB.M processes to kill: