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Danger level 9
Type: Trojans
Common infection symptoms:
  • Annoying Pop-up's
  • Block exe files from running
  • Connects to the internet without permission
  • Installs itself without permissions
  • Shows commercial adverts
  • Slow Computer
  • Slow internet connection
  • System crashes

DDoS:Win32/Abot.A

DDoS:Win32/Abot.A is a tremendously dangerous malware dropper which schemers can download onto your computer with the help of security vulnerabilities that it has. They could invoke spam email attachments, deceptive online advertisement, bundled or encrypted downloads and similar security backdoors to reach your personal Windows system. Needless to say, the illegal entrance is only one of the many reasons why you should remove DDoS:Win32/Abot.A from the computer. Please continue reading to learn more about the malicious schemer’s tool, how it could be used to infect your PC and hwo you should delete it.

It has been discovered that the malicious infection could be used to drop Gimemo family ransomware Trojans. This is exceptionally dangerous, because you do not want your PC locked by a devious Achtung! ihr computer wurde gesperrt virus, FBI Moneypak virus, GVU virus, Koda Ransomware, Sacem virus or Virus Sgae. It is notable that all of these infections may be targeted at Windows systems in specific countries, which means that DDoS:Win32/Abot.A removal may be an issue to computer users all over the world.

Apple_Store.exe (%APPDATA%) and ram_reserver64.exe (%WINDIR%) are both responsible for releasing ransomware viruses on your computer. Despite this, there are a few more files that you need to remove in order to have the Trojan disabled and deleted. One of these components is config.exe which can add/delete or hijack system processes, create batch jobs, perform DNS look-ups, communicate with remote servers, send spam via Instant Messaging channels and release fake system pop-ups. Therefore, if you notice notifications recommending you to delete some suspicious infections with a licensed version of an unfamiliar malware removal tool, scan the PC for DDoS:Win32/Abot.A.

Few more files that you should delete are svhost.exe and backdoor update32.exe located under C:\Users\Public. These files can remove access to the Task Manager, implement BHO to spy on your virtual activity, infect USB drives to spread malware via removable devices and download other malicious programs. Additionally, these files can disturb Windows Security Center, modify runtime policies and employ polymorphic files which are extremely difficult to delete. Moreover, these components can steal your login data and use it to access personal accounts.

Schemers could steal your virtual identity and if you realize that this is extremely dangerous, you need to implement automatic removal program SpyHunter to delete DDoS:Win32/Abot.A. Mistakes made during manual removal could be detrimental and we do not recommend it. If you have any more questions about the infection or its removal, you should post them in the comment box below.

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How to manually remove DDoS:Win32/Abot.A

Files associated with DDoS:Win32/Abot.A infection:

Smoerrebroe.exe
update32.exe
SA.bat
syncservicex86.exe
rltwlcofax.exe
ACRecover.exe
svhost.exe
Smoerrebroe.exe
SA.bat
rltwlcofax.exe
wx2.cpl
update32.exe
8879686.dll
svhost.exe
ACRecover.exe
pctuto.exe
xF9HhFtI.exe
Apple_Store.exe
WinArchiver.exe
FSnapshot_x86.exe
syncservicex86.exe
ram_reserver64.exe
config.exe
WinSecure.exe
ram_reserver64.exe
wx2.cpl
itunes_service01.exe
Rpcqt.dll
pctuto.exe
Apple_Store.exe
WinArchiver.exe
8879686.dll
FSnapshot_x86.exe
a0kqe99o.exe
xF9HhFtI.exe
config.exe

DDoS:Win32/Abot.A DLL's to remove:

8879686.dll
Rpcqt.dll

DDoS:Win32/Abot.A processes to kill:

rltwlcofax.exe
FSnapshot_x86.exe
config.exe
syncservicex86.exe
itunes_service01.exe
ram_reserver64.exe
a0kqe99o.exe
ACRecover.exe
pctuto.exe
svhost.exe
WinArchiver.exe
update32.exe
Smoerrebroe.exe
Apple_Store.exe
WinSecure.exe
Smoerrebroe.exe
rltwlcofax.exe
update32.exe
svhost.exe
ACRecover.exe
pctuto.exe
xF9HhFtI.exe
Apple_Store.exe
WinArchiver.exe
FSnapshot_x86.exe
syncservicex86.exe
ram_reserver64.exe
config.exe
xF9HhFtI.exe
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