TrojanSpy:Win64/Ursnif.L is an information stealing application which may collect private data, record online banking logins and other sensitive information from infected Windows systems. The program is managed through remote servers by cyber criminals, who are likely to do whatever it takes to get some sort of gain from the attack, including possible identity theft or illegal profiting. The malicious application can be hidden in bundled downloads of seemingly legitimate and harmless software, P2P file sharing websites, browser hijackers and various other channels. This is how most of the dangerous Trojan’s components might enter your PC, including the cloaked oicjbwbl.exe, zm7w6yqsxb.exe, powedVol64.dll, 00016368.exe, gpmm.sys, gpmn.sys and NEUSBw32.dll, which usually are located under the C:\Windows\System32 folder. To delete TrojanSpy:Win64/Ursnif.L you will need to find and remove all of these seemingly low-risk malignant components.
If you face difficulties in having files with randomly generated file names deleted, you will probably be incapable of discovering svchost.exe and syshost.exe (C:\Windows\System32), two cloaked executables that may modify the authentic Windows System components and make it impossible for you to delete them or the whole TrojanSpy:Win64/Ursnif.L. Svchost.exe can tamper with the system’s startup programs, allow the infection run alongside initialization processes, delete components, modify runtime functionality, inject browser helper objects, steal private data, initiate phishing attacks, send spam emails from your accounts, infiltrate more malware and infect USB drives to propagate malware to other systems. The cunning syshost.exe is a rootkit file, which can hide the malignant program from removal. This executable can modify the Firewall, create unauthorized communications over the Internet, spread the Trojan over Instant Messaging and other IRC protocols and, just like svchost.exe, can steal data from autoexec.bat file and personal email accounts.
Since TrojanSpy:Win64/Ursnif.L can disable Windows Security Center, Firewall and other Windows utilities, you might not even realize that the infection is inside your personal computer. Some of the symptoms that could signal you about the existence of malware is slower computer’s performance, occupied memory resources, removed privileges to run certain applications, etc. Immediately after you suspect that something is not right you should inspect your Windows and remove TrojanSpy:Win64/Ursnif.L running in its background. If you do not think that you will be able to succeed at manual removal, you should not experiment with the integrity of your PC and choose legitimate protection systems to delete malware and guard your personal data.
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Changes background
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Shows commercial adverts
- Slow Computer
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes