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Danger level 6
Type: Trojans
Common infection symptoms:
  • Connects to the internet without permission
  • Installs itself without permissions
  • Slow Computer

Trojan.Imsproad.A

If you have noticed that existing AV tools have been compromised and the computer is running disorderly, scan the PC for Trojan.Imsproad.A. The malicious infection is also known as Trojan:Win32/Imsproad.A or Adware.WindowLivePot and it has been developed by highly intelligent and experienced schemers. The infection is composed of malignant files which can download secondary spyware and perform a number of different tasks. Even though this makes the Trojan highly unpredictable, the more malignant files are running on the PC – the faster you will recognize its existence. Needless to say, this activity is highly dangerous and it is important to remove Trojan.Imsproad.A as soon as possible.

If the malicious Trojan.Imsproad.A components do not manage to drop malicious files which could remove access to the Task Manager and Registry Editor, it is possible to find and delete some of the elements manually. For example, 8778.exe hides under %APPDATA% and this clandestine executable can be employed to drop malware onto your computer. Unfortunately, the detection and removal of the entire infection may be aggravated by wmpdv86.exe which can circumvent existing AV tools or stub.exe which acts as a rootkit and which can disable the Windows Security Center and connect your PC to remote servers.

Even though services.exe is an authentic Windows component you should delete the malicious file with the same name found under ‘sopdir’ folder (%WINDIR%\system32\). This malicious, clandestine cloaked file can hijack, create and delete system processes and disturb the running of the Windows Security Center. It is most important that this file can use your own usernames and passwords to hijack your personal IM chat accounts. Once schemers take over your accounts they can employ SMTP protocols to initiate mass spam email attacks. This is how cyber crooks can spread spyware to other computers.

To remove Trojan.Imsproad.A from the computer it is a must to delete all of the malicious and corrupted files and registry keys. If one file is missed – schemers could utilize it for additional schemes. Manual removal is extremely dangerous and if you are inexperienced you could not only miss malignant files but also delete authentic Windows components, which is equally as detrimental. To delete Trojan.Imsproad.A quickly and reliably – install automatic spyware removal software. This will help you remove malware and ensure full-time Windows protection.

Note that malicious Trojan files could have entered your PC through various security vulnerabilities which can be fixed and shielded by authentic security software only. Click the download button below to acquire authentic Windows security software and have malicious infections deleted.

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How to manually remove Trojan.Imsproad.A

Files associated with Trojan.Imsproad.A infection:

NitroPDF.exe
rpcnet.exe
sponsorkeyword.exe
services.exe
Mining1212.exe
lollipop.exe
L2ook.exe
A647.exe
services.exe
A647.exe
NitroPDF.exe
L2ook.exe
rpcnet.exe
sponsorkeyword.exe
6e32b195-b93f-449b-738a-b5e0bb49d8c1.dll
Lollipop.exe
8778.exe
Mining1212.exe
8778.exe
6e32b195-b93f-449b-738a-b5e0bb49d8c1.dll

Trojan.Imsproad.A DLL's to remove:

6e32b195-b93f-449b-738a-b5e0bb49d8c1.dll

Trojan.Imsproad.A processes to kill:

8778.exe
Mining1212.exe
services.exe
sponsorkeyword.exe
A647.exe
NitroPDF.exe
L2ook.exe
services.exe
A647.exe
NitroPDF.exe
L2ook.exe
rpcnet.exe
sponsorkeyword.exe
Lollipop.exe
8778.exe
Mining1212.exe
lollipop.exe
rpcnet.exe
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