VirTool:MSIL/Injector.P is a vicious Trojan, which has been developed using Microsoft’s Intermediate Language, and which can work as a malware downloader. The despicable application has been designed by cyber criminals, and they will use your personal accounts to propagate Trojan’s malignant components, and might even collect your personal data, which later on could be used to generate unlawful profits. It will not be easy to remove VirTool:MSIL/Injector.P from the system, because the infectious tool does not have an interface, its processes can be hidden with the rootkit techniques, and processes could change structure, making removal processes that much more difficult.
Also known by the name Trojan.Win32.Siscos!IK, the Trojan can inject its payload into running Windows processes, which could also aggravate detection and removal operations. Malignant infection’s processes are extremely latent and are known to cause sometimes irreparable damage. If you notice audiodgi.exe, ctypted.exe, lololo.exe, or qq.exe running in the Task Manager, you should investigate the origin of these files and determine whether they do not belong to the horrendous VirTool:MSIL/Injector.P infection. The dangerous audiodgi.exe, for example, can be found under %APPDATA%\ Microsoft\ Protect\ Credentials\ audiodgi.exe. All malignant application’s components can add up to making your system as vulnerable as possible, as they could add, delete or hijack system’s processes, modify runtime policies, circumvent security applications’ detection, record keystrokes, mouse clicks or even screen content, which could allow schemers to access your personal accounts. What is more, Trojan’s executables have been noticed to link accounts to Chat accounts, and send MIME emails, which could easily allow cyber criminals to spread the infection, with your name, IP address, or other identifying data attached. If you do not want such connections created, you should waste no more time and remove VirTool:MSIL/Injector.P as soon as possible.
Whether you are an experienced user, and you have deleted malware before, or you have no experience whatsoever, we recommend having VirTool:MSIL/Injector.P deleted by installed automatic removal tools. Manual option could easily lead Windows users into causing more harm, especially because of rootkit and polymorphic features of this cunning infection. To acquire reliable, up-to-date software, research what tools will suit you best (we recommend SpyHunter) first, and after installation make sure that software is kept updated at all times; otherwise, another malignant applications will not take much time to find their way into your operating Windows system.
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Slow Computer
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes