- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Slow Computer
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
VirTool:MSIL/Binder.B is a backdoors Trojan, which has been released in 2012, and which has infected Windows systems in China, Japan, Brazil, U.S., India and other countries. If you do not think that this infection can damage your system or harm you personally, know that this Trojan can easily paralyze your system and steal personal information, without you even knowing it. Talking about malicious application’s infiltration ways, there could be tens of different ways for it to slither inside, but it is possible to catch it through bundled downloads. If you use illegal downloading and file sharing sites, you might acquire a certain program or file, without even noticing that some sort of an additional file is traveling together. Once you install or launch a wanted program, the Trojan gets installed onto your system too, and then it can be hidden from your detection and removal, until you install tools, which could delete VirTool:MSIL/Binder.B.
The sinister file that is responsible for all Trojan’s disruption is csrss.exe, but you can also have it in one of its many alias names (taskmgr.exe, svchost.exe, sysmgm.exe, etc.). Actually, you can find any of these files in your system even if the Trojan is removed, because they are original to Windows, and csrss.exe is only a name, used to disguise the infection. This executable can be located in C:\Windows\System32, and this Client Server Runtime Server subsystem controls essential parts of your system, including creation and removal of console threads or 16bit MS-DOS portions’ implementation. All in all, the malign file is located under C:\Documents and Settings\User\Application Data\Microsoft folder, and it can put your personal safety at serious risk. Csrss.exe can add or delete registry processes, modify runtime policies and host file, or tamper with your integral security tools’ settings. You will not be able to detect and delete VirTool:MSIL/Binder.B because of modified Windows Security Center, and removed privileges to Task Manager and Registry Editor tools. The malignant executable will connect your system to remote servers, steal your Outlook details, and record data stored in autoexec.bat file, which could enable cyber criminals behind the Trojan to use your accounts to spread the infection.
Any Trojan may put your identity at immense risk, but this particular infection will also paralyze your system mercilessly, and you will not be able to remove VirTool:MSIL/Binder.B manually. Nonetheless, you should not panic, because automatic removal option is much better, and will be straightforward enough for the use of both professional and inexperienced Windows users. Do not forget, that if you have no previous experience at Trojan removal, you should especially stay away from manual tasks, as you could delete legitimate files, instead of the cloaked ones. This could damage your system irreparably.