Danger level 7
Type: Malware
Common infection symptoms:
  • Annoying Pop-up's
  • Connects to the internet without permission
  • Installs itself without permissions
  • Slow Computer
  • Slow internet connection

VirTool:MSIL/Injector.BK

If your Windows system is not protected by authentic security software, VirTool:MSIL/Injector.BK could take over soon enough. This malicious infection is on a lookout for unguarded, careless Windows users who will enable the activity of the malicious infection without even knowing it. If schemers behind the infection have tricked you as well, you certainly need to act quickly with its removal. If you do not delete VirTool:MSIL/Injector.BK with the first chance you get, it is quite possible that your PC will become infected with tens of different malicious infections. Needless to say, this will lead to greater removal issues. So, how should you get rid of the clandestine threat?

If you do not see VirTool:MSIL/Injector.BK running on the computer it does not mean that it does not exist. Even though the malicious program does not have an interface, it certainly can initiate various malicious activities. The most dangerous ability of the devious infection is to download malware onto your PC without you knowing it. This is a task of a malicious iexplore.exe which can be found in the %WINDIR%. Do not mistake this file for an authentic Windows component which is usually found in the same location. This devious component can also release fictitious pop-up notifications, most likely related to alleged Windows security issues. Moreover, the file can record keystrokes and mouse-clicks in order to discover your personal passwords and usernames. Do you think this is dangerous? Well have no doubt about that because this is what schemers could use to spread the infection from your own IM and email accounts!

The malicious iexplore.exe is a rootkit component. This functionality is also linked to GetBooks.exe, and this is what could be used to aggravate manual VirTool:MSIL/Injector.BK removal. Additionally, you should beware of the misleading AntivirusUpdate.exe, which has nothing to do with antivirus services, browser helper object 21.exe (%APPDATA%), and the malicious server.exe, config.exe or notepad.exe. The malicious executables can reconfigure DNS settings, disable the Windows Security Center, flood the screen with misleading pop-ups, remove access to the Registry Editor, reconfigure Firewall, hijack system processes and perform other illegal processes. Even though some of these processes may be invisible to you, it is important to notice that the computer is running much slower than usual. Have you noticed this? Then rush to scan the PC and delete VirTool:MSIL/Injector.BK.

To remove VirTool:MSIL/Injector.BK you should employ authentic spyware removal software. Even experienced Windows users might have issues with malware which have rootkit functionality or which may have corrupted the Registry Editor. The manual removal option is extremely lengthy and complex, requiring you to delete registry keys and malignant files (see below). If you are not ready for this task, it would be best to delete the malicious infection using legitimate security software. Click the link below to install a reliable application SpyHunter to delete VirTool:MSIL/Injector.BK. If you have further questions – post a comment below.

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How to manually remove VirTool:MSIL/Injector.BK

Files associated with VirTool:MSIL/Injector.BK infection:

n.
Flashupd.exe
~!#CF01.tmp
winmgr.exe
iexplore.exe
reblslze.exe
HerpsModInstaller.exe
GetBooks.exe
google_update.exe
drvhostr8Y.exe
AntivirusUpdate.exe
rzztxoplz.exe
Slenderman Mod Installer for Minecraft 1.4.2.exe
windbg.exe
MobTool by .United 1.1.exe
audiohd.exe
69C4.exe
pbdev2.dll
8cd98f00b.exe
qyxkjbah.exe
161172782012Build.exe
9.exe
Ssam.exe
lollipop.exe
21.exe
043ed596af7365236306a463494dc0f4.exe
xlass.exe
Mining.exe
e.exe
svchost.exe
teeveewatchSA.exe
javaws.exe
IUNSNw32.dll
VnrPack26.exe
5cd8f17f4086744065eb0992a09e05a2.exe
_ .exe
InboxAceAuto.exe
spoolsv.exe
lshss.exe.exe
config.exe
MobTool by .United 1.1.exe
winmgr.exe
svchost.exe
xlass.exe
4274.exe
qyxkjbah.exe
5cd8f17f4086744065eb0992a09e05a2.exe
Mining.exe
8cd98f00b.exe
Ssam.exe
skype.dat
sandbxdbgr.exe
InboxAceAuto.exe
043ed596af7365236306a463494dc0f4.exe
javaws.exe
notepad.exe
windbg.exe
teeveewatchSA.exe
GetBooks.exe
709B.exe
69C4.exe
config.exe
e.exe
AD78.exe
lollipop.exe
server.exe
reblslze.exe
HerpsModInstaller.exe
Slenderman Mod Installer for Minecraft 1.4.2.exe
spoolsv.exe
fdc2k.sys
iexplore.exe
drvhostr8Y.exe
AntivirusUpdate.exe
SpywareCease.exe
21.exe
161172782012Build.exe
audiohd.exe
VnrPack26.exe
lshss.exe.exe
_ .exe
ContinueToSave.exe
fdc2k.sys
skype.dat
AD78.exe
notepad.exe
709B.exe
4274.exe
server.exe
sandbxdbgr.exe

VirTool:MSIL/Injector.BK DLL's to remove:

IUNSNw32.dll
pbdev2.dll

VirTool:MSIL/Injector.BK processes to kill:

reblslze.exe
server.exe
161172782012Build.exe
sandbxdbgr.exe
AD78.exe
ContinueToSave.exe
drvhostr8Y.exe
xlass.exe
audiohd.exe
lollipop.exe
lshss.exe.exe
svchost.exe
spoolsv.exe
google_update.exe
teeveewatchSA.exe
709B.exe
Slenderman Mod Installer for Minecraft 1.4.2.exe
iexplore.exe
winmgr.exe
MobTool by .United 1.1.exe
winmgr.exe
svchost.exe
xlass.exe
4274.exe
qyxkjbah.exe
5cd8f17f4086744065eb0992a09e05a2.exe
Mining.exe
8cd98f00b.exe
Ssam.exe
sandbxdbgr.exe
InboxAceAuto.exe
043ed596af7365236306a463494dc0f4.exe
javaws.exe
notepad.exe
windbg.exe
teeveewatchSA.exe
GetBooks.exe
709B.exe
69C4.exe
config.exe
e.exe
AD78.exe
lollipop.exe
server.exe
reblslze.exe
HerpsModInstaller.exe
Slenderman Mod Installer for Minecraft 1.4.2.exe
spoolsv.exe
iexplore.exe
drvhostr8Y.exe
AntivirusUpdate.exe
SpywareCease.exe
21.exe
161172782012Build.exe
audiohd.exe
VnrPack26.exe
lshss.exe.exe
_ .exe
_ .exe
e.exe
AntivirusUpdate.exe
rzztxoplz.exe
Flashupd.exe
21.exe
Ssam.exe
HerpsModInstaller.exe
Mining.exe
5cd8f17f4086744065eb0992a09e05a2.exe
69C4.exe
MobTool by .United 1.1.exe
config.exe
043ed596af7365236306a463494dc0f4.exe
9.exe
InboxAceAuto.exe
GetBooks.exe
notepad.exe
VnrPack26.exe
windbg.exe
4274.exe
8cd98f00b.exe
qyxkjbah.exe
javaws.exe
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  1. china black Jan 6, 2015

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