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Danger level 9
Type: Trojans
Common infection symptoms:
  • Annoying Pop-up's
  • Changes background
  • Connects to the internet without permission
  • Installs itself without permissions
  • Slow Computer
  • System crashes

Trojan.Armdin.F

The malicious, clandestine Trojan.Armdin.F has a number of alias names, including Trojan:Win32/Armdin.F and TR/Armdin.F; however, you should not fear the name of this Trojan. You should however be cautious about the highly surreptitious and dangerous processes which could be initiated by this schemers’ product. If no reliable security tools are installed on your operating Windows system, it is possible that any careless virtual step could lead you to spyware infiltration. In fact, research shows that even opening spam email attachments or clicking on links could be dangerous. Overall, if you wish to browse care-free, you should employ authentic malware removal software. Continue reading to find out more about the malignant processes and Trojan.Armdin.F removal.

Even though the application does not have an interface, and its presence may be concealed by rootkits usbniw32.dll and amsecure.exe (%SYSTEMDRIVE%), it is likely that you will notice its existence. For example the malicious executable amsecure.exe not only hides the Trojan from removal but can also activate fake AV tools. It has been discovered that AutoShutdown.exe is another file which may flood your PC with various fake security pop-ups, rushing you to spend money on bogus malware removal software licensed versions. Note that the file belongs to a well-know program Pc Auto Shutdown developed by GoldSolution Software. This program helps schedule automatic computer shutdown, rebooting, hibernation and log-off tasks. If the Trojan modified this file, you could face unauthorized PC shutdowns as well.

Other malicious files you should find and delete include alg.exe (%APPDATA%) which can reconfigure runtime policies, download spyware and steal login data. As well as Java.exe which is known to modify Firewall settings and use personal chat accounts to spread malware to other systems. You should also be careful with taskngr.exe (%WINDIR%) because it can disable Windows network shares and block the installation of Windows XP service-pack 2. Do not forget to locate and remove such malicious files as server.exe (%SYSTEMDRIVE%), juvaw.exe (%TEMP%) and svchost.exe. They can download spyware, disable safe mode and remove access to Task Manager and Registry Editor to aggravate manual Trojan.Armdin.F removal. Moreover, these files can infect your USB drives to spread the Trojan further.

Although the malicious infection can seriously aggravate the removal of any running infection, you can remove Trojan.Armdin.F quickly and easily. All you have to do is click the presented download button and install a reliable spyware detection and removal tool onto your personal computer. Note that SpyHunter can delete Trojan.Armdin.F as well as guard the system. If you choose manual removal, be sure to delete every single malignant component that belongs to the infection; otherwise, it could regenerate and attack again. Have more questions? Post a comment below.

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How to manually remove Trojan.Armdin.F

Files associated with Trojan.Armdin.F infection:

cgminer.exe
mxfjiojy.dll
taskngr.exe
kxexqm.exe
DataSafeDotNet.exe
dnsbasic.exe
setup__907.exe
75332W5newest.exe
usbniw32.dll
AutoShutdown.exe
altshell.dat
amsecure.exe
svchost.bat
drgrtavr.dll
Java.exe
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DeviceManager.exe
controlcenter.exe
apiclass.dll
svchost.exe
altshell.dat
amsecure.exe
drgrtavr.dll
DataSafeDotNet.exe
cadffeabcffcad.exe
s32.exe
silentium.exe
setup__907.exe
kxexqm.exe
alg.exe
DeviceManager.exe
bds.exe
ekgmmdgo.exe
lollipop_04131434.exe
cgminer.exe
mxfjiojy.dll
Java.exe
WKLayMgr.exe
Lock.exe
controlcenter.exe
juvaw.exe
75332W5newest.exe
logowin2.exe
8C86.exe
taskngr.exe
OSSMTP.dll
AutoShutdown.exe
svchost.bat
oopuhnpkpjv.sys
server.exe
usbniw32.dll
apiclass.dll
bds.exe
svchost.exe
server.exe
oopuhnpkpjv.sys
silentium.exe
logowin2.exe
ekgmmdgo.exe
lollipop_04131434.exe
cadffeabcffcad.exe
Lock.exe
WKLayMgr.exe
alg.exe
8C86.exe
OSSMTP.dll
juvaw.exe

Trojan.Armdin.F DLL's to remove:

OSSMTP.dll
usbniw32.dll
mxfjiojy.dll
drgrtavr.dll
apiclass.dll
drgrtavr.dll
mxfjiojy.dll
OSSMTP.dll
usbniw32.dll
apiclass.dll

Trojan.Armdin.F processes to kill:

server.exe
Lock.exe
alg.exe
AutoShutdown.exe
WKLayMgr.exe
DataSafeDotNet.exe
Java.exe
svchost.exe
cadffeabcffcad.exe
setup__907.exe
cgminer.exe
logowin2.exe
bds.exe
kxexqm.exe
silentium.exe
DeviceManager.exe
juvaw.exe
8C86.exe
amsecure.exe
controlcenter.exe
ekgmmdgo.exe
75332W5newest.exe
lollipop_04131434.exe
dnsbasic.exe
svchost.exe
amsecure.exe
DataSafeDotNet.exe
cadffeabcffcad.exe
s32.exe
silentium.exe
setup__907.exe
kxexqm.exe
alg.exe
DeviceManager.exe
bds.exe
ekgmmdgo.exe
lollipop_04131434.exe
cgminer.exe
Java.exe
WKLayMgr.exe
Lock.exe
controlcenter.exe
juvaw.exe
75332W5newest.exe
logowin2.exe
8C86.exe
taskngr.exe
AutoShutdown.exe
server.exe
taskngr.exe
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