VirTool:MSIL/Injector.U is one tricky infection that can get inside your computer without much hassle, especially if your Windows are not safeguarded by automatic malware detection and removal tools. The irritating threat does not have an interface and most of its symptoms are so minor that could be easily missed by regular Windows users who do not have much or any experience with different malware removal operations. If legal security software were present inside your computer, this infection could be presented to you as VirTool.MSIL, Sus/UnkPack-C, Trojan/Win32.Lukicsel, or various other names; however, what you should look for at this moment is the devious Trojan’s components, which you need to delete if you want VirTool:MSIL/Injector.U removed from the system.
The cunning Trojan has been composed of dynamic link library, temporary and executable files, which have multiple alias names and which could be very hard to detect and remove. One of such malign components is 7F0E.tmp (156.16K), also known by the name PostalDeAmor2.exe. If your computer is running on Windows 7, there is a chance that an authentic file with this name could be identified within your system, as 7F0F.tmp belongs to the original Flash Player Help tool. There is no doubt that schemers have thought well about the name of the file before using it for their scams, as there is a high chance you will not delete this file, even if you find it running. Other core components 9D95A.exe and cryptnet32.dll are not as cryptic, but equally as knavish, and if they remained in your system for much longer, there is no doubt that they could cause some serious damage. Additionally, you should beware of such VirTool:MSIL/Injector.U elements as stub.exe or another cloaked file server.exe, both of which can delete processes, modify the registry and other system’s tools like Windows Security Center, connect to the Internet, steal passwords, use your chat and email accounts to release spam email attacks, and can hide all of this devious activity with the help of an implemented rootkit component.
There is no question left whether you should remove VirTool:MSIL/Injector.U or not, and the only dilemma remaining is how to do it rapidly and safely. Even if you are thinking about manual removal, we rush you to reflect upon your skills and experience, and if you do not think that they are strong enough to succeed at infection’s dissolution, you should better trust automatic removal tools to do the job.
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Slow Computer
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes