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

Trojan.Avemzer.A

Keep your personal computer guarded against the malicious Trojan.Avemzer.A, which may also be recognized by such names as BHO.Win32.Zwangi and Trojan-FakeAV.Win32.FakeSysDef. The clandestine computer infection has been developed by schemers and you should have no doubts that they can slip the infection onto your PC without any notice. Most computer users do not think twice about opening a spam email attachment or downloading software from illegal P2P file-sharing sources. Unfortunately, this is exactly what cyber criminals need to take control over the system. Note that this is done with the help of tens of different files, many of which can be dropped by already existing components. So, how should you delete Trojan.Avemzer.A and is the removal of this infection complicated?

First of all, to remove the malicious Trojan from your operating Windows system you will need to detect and delete all of the malicious files running within the computer. What would happen if you missed one malignant component or even worse – removed an authentic Windows element by mistake? In the worst case scenario, your computer could be exposed to more clandestine infections and it would no longer serve you efficiently. If you do not want this happening, begin Trojan.Avemzer.A removal and start it with 18.exe (%APPDATA%) because this file can download malware and connect the PC to remote servers.

Have you noticed the suspicious Internet Security 2013 running within the operating Windows system? Then you should ignore any of the appearing security pop-ups and delete amsecure.exe. Unfortunately, this is not so simple because just like RemoveWAT.exe this file is a rootkit and it may hide from detection and removal. Additionally, you should delete mobsync.exe which authentically is found under %WINDIR% and the malicious version lies within %APPDATA%. This file can modify the Windows Security Center and disable the safe mode. All of this is meant to aggravate Trojan.Avemzer.A removal.

Even though the aforementioned files can seriously disrupt the running of the operating system, you should be more cautious about RegistryWell.exe (%PROGRAMFILES%). The malicious executable can hijack your personal accounts and use mass spam email attacks to spread malware. The file can also reconfigure IE settings so that it could execute arbitrary files and infect your PC with more dangerous applications. Of course, you should also look out for svchost.exe. This cloaked executable is found under %USERPROFILE% and it can flood your desktop with various misleading pop-ups, employ browser helper objects (BHO) to spy on your virtual activities and even infect the USB drives to proliferate to other systems.

Without a single doubt on your mind you should hurry up and delete Trojan.Avemzer.A right away. Whether you are an experienced Windows user or not – the removal of this threat is not easy. The Trojan uses rootkits to hide its own presence and it may jeopardize the running of certain Windows utilities to stop you from having it removed. Nonetheless, it is a must to delete the infection and we recommend using automatic spyware detection and removal software to complete the task. Click the download button below to install a truly reliable and effective tool, and post a comment below if you have more questions.

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How to manually remove Trojan.Avemzer.A

Files associated with Trojan.Avemzer.A infection:

bootres.exe
mobsync.exe
0pwDs1ME7FHtKt.exe
RegistryWell.exe
AudioCard.exe
ThePit.exe
amsecure.exe
hhx.exe
TCHelper.dll
xlass.exe
00016325.exe
RVNhftqracjYue.exe
AudioCard.exe
18.exe
svchost.exe
28645Bitdefender Total Security 2013 v16.28.0.1789 x86 +trial reset.exe
winspst.exe
hhx.exe
odxtiomd.dll
amsecure.exe
bootres.exe
ThePit.exe
rundil64.exe
TCHelper.dll
mobsync.exe
0pwDs1ME7FHtKt.exe
basicscan115.exe
RemoveWAT.exe
RegistryWell.exe
00016325.exe
rundil64.exe
basicscan115.exe
18.exe
winspst.exe
xlass.exe
svchost.exe
RVNhftqracjYue.exe
28645Bitdefender Total Security 2013 v16.28.0.1789 x86 +trial reset.exe
RemoveWAT.exe
odxtiomd.dll

Trojan.Avemzer.A DLL's to remove:

odxtiomd.dll
TCHelper.dll
odxtiomd.dll
TCHelper.dll

Trojan.Avemzer.A processes to kill:

basicscan115.exe
rundil64.exe
RVNhftqracjYue.exe
ThePit.exe
svchost.exe
hhx.exe
winspst.exe
RegistryWell.exe
amsecure.exe
xlass.exe
mobsync.exe
18.exe
bootres.exe
28645Bitdefender Total Security 2013 v16.28.0.1789 x86 +trial reset.exe
AudioCard.exe
xlass.exe
00016325.exe
RVNhftqracjYue.exe
AudioCard.exe
18.exe
svchost.exe
28645Bitdefender Total Security 2013 v16.28.0.1789 x86 +trial reset.exe
winspst.exe
hhx.exe
amsecure.exe
bootres.exe
ThePit.exe
rundil64.exe
mobsync.exe
0pwDs1ME7FHtKt.exe
basicscan115.exe
RemoveWAT.exe
RegistryWell.exe
RemoveWAT.exe
0pwDs1ME7FHtKt.exe
00016325.exe
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