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Danger level 7
Type: Trojans
Common infection symptoms:
  • Annoying Pop-up's
  • Connects to the internet without permission
  • Installs itself without permissions
  • Slow Computer
  • Slow internet connection
  • System crashes
Other mutations known as:
Trojan.Nitol.A , Trojan.Nitol.B

Trojan.Nitol

Usually we take notice of malicious programs that are clearly visible and have definite interfaces, but we should never underestimate the small players as well. Trojan.Nitol might be one of those generic Trojan infections, but that does not mean you can let your guard down. Whether the infection in question is big or not, visible or not, it can still cause a tremendous damage to your system, so you better remove Trojan.Nitol before your computer becomes a worthless piece of junk.

Trojan.Nitol cannot spread on its own – it is a common feature of all Trojan infections, but it has a wide distribution system that allows this malicious application to stealthily arrive at your computer and build there a stronghold. Research shows that upon the installation Trojan.Nitol connects to a remote server located at fghziyi.chibizx.com in order to report to its creator about another infected computer. Since you cannot see or control this connection, Trojan.Nitol can easily download other malicious files and execute them on your computer, infecting your system even further.

If you experience a slow computer performance and some of your programs do not respond as fast as before, you should check Task Manager for any suspicious processes that might seem to be out of place like I001.exe, for example. This process file is directly associated with Trojan.Nitol and it has been detected as a system backdoor, malware downloader and a worm for countless of times. I001.exe enables Trojan.Nitol to read email addresses and phone book details. It causes annoying browser pop-ups and retrieves your IP address for various malicious websites.

Thus, you can see that despite its deceptive “simplicity” this is a dangerous infection, and unless you delete Trojan.Nitol right now, who knows what end would your system meet. A word of warning though – if you are not a computer security expert it would not be a good idea to remove Trojan.Nitol on your own. Manual removal is a bit of a challenge, and we recommended automatic removal using a legitimate antimalware tool for everyone, who wants to get rid of this infection as soon as possible. Automatic Trojan.Nitol removal is the most efficient way to end your woes once and for all.

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How to manually remove Trojan.Nitol

Files associated with Trojan.Nitol infection:

I001.exe
ClamAVFile
bOOCppdQ.exe
XLARAp.dll
I001.exe
LPK.dll
XLARAp.dll
lgfxcu.exe
nb.exe
nannaa.exe
uywoue.exe
nadvay.exe
iickie.exe
xkjtks.exe
igdbZWS.exe
xx25.exe
jwzvwy.exe
server.EXE
hyndyy.exe

Trojan.Nitol DLL's to remove:

XLARAp.dll
LPK.dll

Trojan.Nitol processes to kill:

nb.exe
bOOCppdQ.exe
I001.exe
lgfxcu.exe
jwzvwy.exe
hyndyy.exe
iickie.exe
nannaa.exe
uywoue.exe
nadvay.exe
I001.exe
igdbZWS.exe
xkjtks.exe
xx25.exe
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