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Danger level 8
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

Backdoor.Cechip.A

Backdoor.Cechip.A, Backdoor:Win32/Cechip.A or Trojan/Win32.Gimemo, is a backdoor infection that could be used to download malicious applications onto your operating Windows system. The dangerous program is fairly new, and many computer users may know nothing about it. Of course, this is extremely dangerous, because only precaution and applied threat removal tools could guard you against backdoors, worms, viruses and other clandestine infections. Nevertheless, you can and should delete Backdoor.Cechip.A, and we can help you do this effectively.

The most disastrous outcome of the malicious backdoor is the infiltration of Gimemo family ransomware infections which initiate a computer lock. Some of them that you should be aware of are the FBI Moneypak virus, Sgae virus, Sacem virus and PRS for music virus. The malicious programs can lock-down your computer and make it impossible to run the system on your own command. Needless to say, this is done towards illicit profiting, which is highly dangerous.

If you recognize that Backdoor.Cechip.A removal is important, you should waste no time and delete malicious components which run the entire infection. Some of them may use system generated names and will be easy to find and remove using Task Manager and Registry Editor utilities. Others, like spyhunter.4.3.32-patch.exe (%USERPROFILE%), may use cloaked names, and you should be extra careful with their removal, if you do not want to delete authentic and necessary components.

Regardless, you should be most careful with apcMain.exe, wgsdgsdgdsgsd.exe, system.exe and server.exe, which are rootkits, and server.exe, stpass.exe, system.exe files which may steal your login data. These components have codes which may be used to record mouse clicks, keystrokes and screen content. Other dangerous files, such as combofix.exe, server.exe and updater.exe could delete processes, release fake pop-ups (fake ransomware virus notifications), connect to remote servers, access personal accounts and use them to propagate malware.

You should remove Backdoor.Cechip.A without delay or hesitation, because the longer it stays on the PC the more infected your Windows system could become. Please make sure to utilize reliable, automatic removal tools (e.g. SpyHunter) to delete the infection, because manual removal is extremely complicated and may be a result of even more compromised system. Do you have more questions regarding the removal? Post them below.

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How to manually remove Backdoor.Cechip.A

Files associated with Backdoor.Cechip.A infection:

stpass.exe
nykkygy.dll
egkepxcackaofrwsjvh.exe
ApcMain.exe
combofix.exe
USB2010.EXE
xkzt.exe
msirmagua.pif
Updater.exe
combofix.exe
msaoigria.scr
taskhost.exe
wmpnetwk.exe
21549[1].exe
EKvGkmY.exe
msirmagua.pif
explorer.exe
stpass.exe
NsPass1.sys
System.exe
xkzt.exe
server.exe
nykkygy.dll
USB2010.EXE
0.19249742272061343.exe
fastsrch.dll
ApcMain.exe
18DD.exe
spyhunter.4.3.32-patch.exe
wgsdgsdgdsgsd.exe
egkepxcackaofrwsjvh.exe
System.exe
21549[1].exe
18DD.exe
msaoigria.scr
explorer.exe
wmpnetwk.exe
EKvGkmY.exe
fastsrch.dll
wgsdgsdgdsgsd.exe
NsPass1.sys
0.19249742272061343.exe
server.exe
Updater.exe
taskhost.exe

Backdoor.Cechip.A DLL's to remove:

fastsrch.dll
nykkygy.dll
fastsrch.dll
nykkygy.dll

Backdoor.Cechip.A processes to kill:

18DD.exe
wgsdgsdgdsgsd.exe
server.exe
System.exe
ApcMain.exe
Updater.exe
0.19249742272061343.exe
wmpnetwk.exe
Updater.exe
combofix.exe
taskhost.exe
wmpnetwk.exe
21549[1].exe
EKvGkmY.exe
explorer.exe
stpass.exe
System.exe
xkzt.exe
server.exe
USB2010.EXE
0.19249742272061343.exe
ApcMain.exe
18DD.exe
spyhunter.4.3.32-patch.exe
wgsdgsdgdsgsd.exe
egkepxcackaofrwsjvh.exe
taskhost.exe
xkzt.exe
combofix.exe
explorer.exe
21549[1].exe
egkepxcackaofrwsjvh.exe
stpass.exe
EKvGkmY.exe
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  1. skrawek May 31, 2015

    spyhunter detect and remove it and many more

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