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Danger level 7
Type: Trojans
Common infection symptoms:
  • Slow Computer
  • Annoying Pop-up's
  • System crashes
  • Normal system programs crash immediatelly
  • Connects to the internet without permission
  • Installs itself without permissions
  • Can't be uninstalled via Control Panel

Pakistani Girls Mobile Data

Pakistani Girls Mobile Data is a name that was given to a malicious Trojan that slithers in and initiates malicious activity silently. According to the latest information our researchers have gathered, this malicious threat has an array of different distribution paths. Some users will acquire it bundled with seemingly useful and reliable programs – note that they could be misleading – and others might launch it by opening corrupted spam email attachments. It is obvious that cyber criminals are very clever when it comes to successfully spreading their products. Malware has to be hidden and disguised to make regular users overlook it. Once executed, this Trojan remains silent, but there are a few things that give away its presence, and that is exactly what we discuss in this report. Most important, we discuss how to remove Pakistani Girls Mobile Data Trojan from the Windows operating system.

The clandestine Pakistani Girls Mobile Data is usually auto-started with the malicious launcher that is placed on the Desktop or the Download folder. In our case, this launcher was named Pakistani-Girls-Mobile-Data.exe, but it could be named differently for you. Its location could also be different. Hopefully, you will be able to detect and delete it quickly. Unfortunately, the Trojan does not take much time to initiate malicious activity. As soon as it is installed, this threat modifies the hosts file, which is located under %SystemRoot%\System32\drivers\etc\. This file maps IP addresses and locates hosts in an IP network. By modifying this file, the malicious Pakistani Girls Mobile Data Trojan can redirect traffic for the sites you wish to visit to the websites that cyber criminals want you to visit. Obviously, it is most likely that these sites will represent malicious and misleading content, which is why it crucial that you fix the hosts file and delete the malicious Trojan from your operating system ASAP.

If you open the hosts file – which you can do using Notepad – you will see a long list of websites along with the 188.138.17.135 IP address next to them. These websites include googleadservices.com, google-analytics.com, popcash.com, buzzclick.com, and many others. Using the modification, the creator of the malicious Trojan will be able to redirect you to websites representing suspicious content. According to our research, the infection will most likely redirect you to www.pakistangirls.info, which is where the name of the Trojan comes from. If you are redirected to this site, it is very likely that you need to delete Pakistani Girls Mobile Data from your operating system. Even if you are redirected to different kinds of sites, you have to be alarmed because strange advertisements should not be shown instead of the sites you want to visit. This is a sign that something wrong is happening with your operating system, and, hopefully, you will take action and remove malware in time.

Your interaction with the content introduced to you by Pakistani Girls Mobile Data could lead to serious security issues. The sites you are redirected to could host malware, and you could be tricked into downloading it. Malicious, personal data-tracking cookies could be installed as well, and they could silently spy on you and leak information to unreliable parties. You could also be tricked into participating in scams. Overall, if you are redirected to a page that promotes unfamiliar, suspicious services, you have to do some research, regardless of how attractive the offer might be. If you are not cautious, your virtual security could be jeopardized, and you might become a victim of cyber criminals. Fortunately, it is very easy to prevent that from happening, as all you need to do is delete the Trojan.

If you know which file the malicious Trojan is launched from, you are halfway through the removal process. Once you get rid of this malicious file, all there is left to do is remove the uninstall key via the Registry Editor, as well as modify the hosts file. All of these steps are represented via the instructions below. If you are unable to delete Pakistani Girls Mobile Data Trojan manually, immediately install a trusted malware remover capable of eliminating malicious infections automatically. Considering that you should reinforce your Windows protection to prevent malware from slithering in again, it is high time you installed a trusted anti-malware tool anyway.

Pakistani Girls Mobile Data Removal

  1. Right-click and Delete the malicious executable (e.g., Pakistani-Girls-Mobile-Data.exe) from the Desktop or the Downloads folder in your user profile.
  2. Tap Win+R to launch RUN and enter regedit.exe to access Registry Editor.
  3. Right-click and Delete the Pakistani Girls Mobile Data key in these paths:
    • HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\
    • HKLM\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\
  4. Tap Win+E to launch Explorer and enter %SystemRoot%\System32\drivers\etc\ into the address bar.
  5. Open the hosts file using Notepad.
  6. Erase all lines representing the 188.138.17.135 IP address.
  7. Save the file, close it, and immediately scan your PC with a trusted malware scanner.
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How to manually remove Pakistani Girls Mobile Data

Files associated with Pakistani Girls Mobile Data infection:

D.vbe
Microsoft Services.exe
str_up.exe
file.exe
directxwebpack.exe
wstartup.exe
wintel.exe
tgcomiccityloader.exe
kworker.exe
color.vbe
Win32.exe
pools.exe
testlive.exe
syshm.exe
task64.exe
mppsvc.dll
VCL.dll
services.exe
Vghd.exe
AppHelper.exe
Clash Of Clans Hack v4.0 by ParadiseOfHacks.exe
WinUpdate.exe
YesMessenger.pif
win.vbs
cpuminerstart.exe
AppServices.exe
DriverAssistE41.exe
taskengcon.exe
csrssf.exe
unwrapped.exe
un.exe
pubpr.vbs
wd.exe
Compresseddrivvernvidiagt.exe
SearchIndexer.exe
run.vbs
installer.exe
strdfup.exe
malwareprotection360.exe
Flash Player.exe
ilms.exe
Time-svc.exe
ccsvchst.exe
color.vbs
sdfesdf.exe.exe
RandomDelJiheReg.exe
Updater1.exe
a18467.exe
System.exe
Application Data.exe
Recent.vbe
msass.exe
winsvc.vbs
REBUILDI.EXE
snupdater.exe
updater.exe
Startup.exe
firefoxupd.exe
lupdater.exe
BindEx.exe
csrss.exe
FacebookUpd.exe
GetBooks.exe
Steam.exe
Java.exe
Security.exe
clientmonitor.exe
LookupSvi.exe
MiniFriv01.exe
fghjmnlo1.exe
Chrome_i.exe
dwm22.exe
aiko.exe
netfilter2.sys
msdtc.exe
TrustedInstaller.exe
conhost.exe
BrowserTM.exe
WindowsService.exe
Adobe.exe
svghost.exe
Hiimuaxziuv.dll
winupdt32f.exe
2ryO.vbe
svchost.exe
srcheng.dll
urrlsterm.dll
Windows screen manage updater.exe
csrssr.exe
ctfmon.exe
systwin.exe
mm.vbe
svcsystem.exe
winpackhost.exe
ss u helper.exe
hppupdate.exe
wintaskhost.exe
btwdins.exe
bfmgmjch.exe
mun.exe

Pakistani Girls Mobile Data DLL's to remove:

mppsvc.dll
urrlsterm.dll
Hiimuaxziuv.dll
srcheng.dll
VCL.dll

Pakistani Girls Mobile Data processes to kill:

lupdater.exe
malwareprotection360.exe
winpackhost.exe
strdfup.exe
btwdins.exe
syshm.exe
msass.exe
svchost.exe
un.exe
DriverAssistE41.exe
task64.exe
Startup.exe
conhost.exe
Time-svc.exe
Security.exe
WindowsService.exe
csrssr.exe
wd.exe
Windows screen manage updater.exe
GetBooks.exe
a18467.exe
Application Data.exe
ss u helper.exe
Adobe.exe
SearchIndexer.exe
Updater1.exe
taskengcon.exe
firefoxupd.exe
RandomDelJiheReg.exe
Steam.exe
kworker.exe
Win32.exe
ilms.exe
winupdt32f.exe
bfmgmjch.exe
hppupdate.exe
mun.exe
WinUpdate.exe
str_up.exe
pools.exe
svcsystem.exe
AppServices.exe
MiniFriv01.exe
services.exe
snupdater.exe
Vghd.exe
directxwebpack.exe
file.exe
fghjmnlo1.exe
Compresseddrivvernvidiagt.exe
svghost.exe
installer.exe
msdtc.exe
Java.exe
System.exe
dwm22.exe
Clash Of Clans Hack v4.0 by ParadiseOfHacks.exe
FacebookUpd.exe
testlive.exe
Flash Player.exe
clientmonitor.exe
LookupSvi.exe
tgcomiccityloader.exe
cpuminerstart.exe
Microsoft Services.exe
BrowserTM.exe
AppHelper.exe
systwin.exe
ccsvchst.exe
unwrapped.exe
csrss.exe
sdfesdf.exe.exe
wintaskhost.exe
aiko.exe
wintel.exe
BindEx.exe
Chrome_i.exe
TrustedInstaller.exe
csrssf.exe
updater.exe
wstartup.exe
ctfmon.exe
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