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Danger level 8
Type: Trojans
Common infection symptoms:
  • Annoying Pop-up's
  • Changes background
  • Connects to the internet without permission
  • Installs itself without permissions
  • Slow Computer
  • Slow internet connection
Other mutations known as:
Trojan.Delf.eof, Trojan.Delf.giq , Trojan.Delf.fyl

Trojan.Delf

Once your operating Windows system is attacked by Trojan.Delf family infections, including Trojan.Delf.eof, Trojan.Delf.fyl and Trojan.Delf.giq, your virtual security falls at great risk. The deceptive program has been developed by schemers who have no regard for the protection of your digital data. In fact, all that schemers want is to discover your passwords and usernames so that your personal accounts could be used to propagate malware into other computers. Unfortunately, this is only one of the many deceitful tasks which the vicious application is capable of. If you do not wish to become a victim of cyber criminals, you have to delete Trojan.Delf related malware as soon as possible. Unfortunately, the removal of this clandestine threat may be much more difficult than you imagine.

As research shows, the vicious Trojan.Delf can spy on your internet traffic, download secondary infections and create connection to such remote servers as cdneu.extrimdownloadmanager.com. Who should you blame for this destructive activity? Of course, it is the malignant Trojan files which are responsible for all the havoc. Unfortunately, most of the components have rootkit functionality which means that it will be extremely difficult to find and remove Trojan.Delf from your computer. Few of the rootkits include aegvvp.exe, TNODUP.exe and wlconex.exe.

Ccmain.exe is also a rootkit element; however, this file can also steal data related to your email address and phone book. RUNDLL32.exe, SVOHOST.exe and winlogin.exe (all rootkits) can steal your passwords with the help of keystroke and mouse-click logging codes. Moreover, these files can modify the background, release pop-ups, download malware and breach online accounts. If that was not enough, alongside wmplayer.dll and wnzip32.exe, these files can also employ BHO elements to spy on your virtual activity. Needless to say, you need to delete Trojan.Delf as soon as possible.

Many Windows users are tempted to remove Trojan.Delf family infections manually. Unfortunately, this task is exceptionally dangerous, and if you have no manual removal experience, you could do more harm than good. If you are not willing to risk the integrity of your own computer, we suggest performing Trojan.Delf removal with the help of authentic and reliable security tools which could delete the infection automatically. We recommend using SpyHunter, and this program can be acquired by clicking on the download button below.

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How to manually remove Trojan.Delf

Files associated with Trojan.Delf infection:

wsname.exe
TNod-1.4.1.0-final-setup.exe
U1013.exe
TNODUP.exe
daemonupd.exe
compp.exe
brew-dsp8.exe
6gx41ypvwj.exe
US30Kbd2K.sys
SmartGearozfy.exe
questscan139.exe
O1Lx085.com
BTStacFrr.exe
aegvvp.exe
dimsntfy32.dll
syswind.exe
149000.exe
usdriver.com
svhchost.exe
CplusC.exe
winlogin.exe
mssapsmr.dll
jusched.exe
hpSvcs.exe
digprot.exe
cryptnet32.dll
ccmain.exe
ca_setup.exe
wlconex.exe
hgcheck.exe
inetsock.exe
ACER.cmd
gbppdist.dll
SVOHOST.exe
svcpool.dll
String.dll
ClamAVFile
wsname.exe
GBPlugins.dll
mjkdpl.dll
skioiniw.exe
S87ekhV.exe
load[1].exe
245760
wnzip32.exe
prun.exe
cndrive32.exe
Windwnx32.exe
tfukdrrnx.exe
tfukdrrn.exe
msvmiode.exe
svchost.exe
9D57.tmp
lsass.exe
svchost32.exe
PR15.DLL
filename.exe
shell32.dll
proxy.exe
compros.exe
wmplayer.dll
RUNDLL32.exe
SYSNOTE.EXE
drvcnf.dll

Trojan.Delf DLL's to remove:

dimsntfy32.dll
mssapsmr.dll
cryptnet32.dll
gbppdist.dll
svcpool.dll
String.dll
GBPlugins.dll
mjkdpl.dll
PR15.DLL
shell32.dll
wmplayer.dll
drvcnf.dll

Trojan.Delf processes to kill:

wsname.exe
TNod-1.4.1.0-final-setup.exe
U1013.exe
TNODUP.exe
daemonupd.exe
compp.exe
brew-dsp8.exe
6gx41ypvwj.exe
SmartGearozfy.exe
questscan139.exe
BTStacFrr.exe
aegvvp.exe
syswind.exe
149000.exe
svhchost.exe
CplusC.exe
winlogin.exe
jusched.exe
hpSvcs.exe
digprot.exe
ccmain.exe
ca_setup.exe
wlconex.exe
hgcheck.exe
inetsock.exe
SVOHOST.exe
wsname.exe
skioiniw.exe
S87ekhV.exe
load[1].exe
wnzip32.exe
prun.exe
cndrive32.exe
Windwnx32.exe
tfukdrrnx.exe
tfukdrrn.exe
msvmiode.exe
svchost.exe
lsass.exe
svchost32.exe
filename.exe
proxy.exe
compros.exe
RUNDLL32.exe
SYSNOTE.EXE

Remove Trojan.Delf registry entries:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMICROSOFTWINDOWSCURRENTVERSIONRUN pup
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMICROSOFTWINDOWSCURRENTVERSIONRUN hgcheck
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetServicesWindows Networks
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMICROSOFTWINDOWSCURRENTVERSIONRUN ACER
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetServicesNVIDIA Display Drivers
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetServicesWindow Net Dns
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMICROSOFTWINDOWSCURRENTVERSIONRUN SoundMam
RUNNING PROGRAMwinlogon.exe
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMICROSOFTWINDOWSCURRENTVERSIONRUN Wsname
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMICROSOFTWINDOWSNTCURRENTVERSIONWINLOGONNOTIFYSOFTWAREMICROSOFTWINDOWS NTCURRENTVERSIONWINLOGONNOTIFY aGbPlugin
RUNNING PROGRAMwnzip32.exe
MICROSOFTWINDOWSCURRENTVERSIONRUNprunnet
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMICROSOFTWINDOWSCURRENTVERSIONRUN Microsoft Driver Setup
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMICROSOFTWINDOWSCURRENTVERSIONRUN Downsys
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMICROSOFTWINDOWSCURRENTVERSIONRUN tf
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