Trojan.Injector

Trojan.Injector is a destructible Trojan, which can cause irretrievable damage both to your Windows system and your personal data. The infection is composed of highly malignant files, which are responsible for smooth Trojan.Injector's operations, so if you notice any of the files, listed bellow, running in your computer, act against your system's infection as quickly as possible.

server.exe
winlogon.exe
setup.exe
csrss.exe
svchost.exe
services.exe
lsass.exe
smss.exe

Even though the Trojan.Injector involves many more .exe and .dll files, these are responsible for harming your system the most, as they help infiltrate your system, hide malicious processes and remove security system guard. Trojan.Injector’s components may travel through such security cracks as bundled, encrypted downloads, and once they slither into the system, they can stay hidden until all malicious files are in place. These elements will make sure to add Trojan.Injector processes to the Windows system boot-up, which will allow the infection to start immediately after you turn on your computer. Malignant executable files will also modify your runtime policies and reconfigure any existing security tools, including Firewall, from sending any alarming security notifications.

Malignant Trojan.Injector files will create folders, modify logon settings, and will copy your personal information from Outlook, Windows phone book and personal email addresses. This will allow cyber criminals to use your accounts for malware spreading, via spam emails and unauthorized connections to online chat rooms. Moreover, Trojan.Injector is likely to download multiple malware (adware, worms, viruses), which could do even more damage! Unfortunately, it will be extremely hard for you to detect and remove Trojan.Injector’s processes from your system, because of restricted access to Registry Editor and Task Manager.

All Trojan.Injector’s executable and .dll files are highly dangerous, and some of them even have polymorphic or regenerative attributes, which means that these files are extremely hard to detect and remove. Those PC users, who will decide to delete Trojan.Injector’s components manually, will face an extremely demanding task, which will take all their time and knowledge. If this malicious Trojan has infected your system, and you have no previous experience removing malware from Windows systems, please do install AV tools, which will delete all Trojan.Injector’s elements in no time.

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Danger level 8
Type: Trojans
Common infection symptoms:
  • Shows commercial adverts
  • Strange toolbar installed without Your permission
  • System crashes
  • Annoying Pop-up's
  • Slow Computer

How to manually remove Trojan.Injector

Files associated with Trojan.Injector infection:

winupdate.exe.exe
server.exe
svhost.exe
inecomm.exe
mstre23.exe
msvmcls64.exe
ms87273.exe
system32.exe
svchost32.exe
mswinvks.exe
iaload9D.dll
VRTFEA8.tmp
svcsvc.dll
svcmssrv.dll
perfms.dll
msperfup.dll
lloadf5E.dll
tdx.sys
qeloadg10.dll
uplsalsa.dll
perfmsms.dll
Windows Defender.exe
server.exe
$Recycle$.exe
system32.exe
winlogon.exe
__c001099.dat
apocalyps32.exe
f3039639.exe
078.exe
r8Vk6.exe
svchost.exe:ext.exe
wins.exe
ccdrive32.exe
setup.exe
mrkgrn.dll
av_md.exe
WindowUpdate.exe
sysdiag64.exe
windows7addon.exe
125.exe
500.exe
390.exe
spclpt32.dll
svñshost.exe
smsg.exe
ali.exe
sorry.exe
Cpl32ver.exe
iexplorer.exe
0304[1].exe
winmsngrn.exe
System2.exe
ohydy.exe
msdrive32.exe
inecomm.exe
csrss.exe
abuzamnet_enc.exe
winsvc32.exe
infocard.exe
aca1e6.exe
msvmiode.exe
scvdll.exe
msupio32.exe
wndrive32.exe
730.exe
jjdrive32.exe
sysdiag32.exe
syre32.exe
msvmcls64.exe
java.exe
ndll.exe
ms87273.exe
svchost32.exe
cidrive32.exe
svhoster.exe
umdmgr.exe
winupdate.exe.exe
svchost.exe
System.exe
services.exe
mswinvks.exe
1[1].exe
lsass.exe
svhost.exe
Regeditsystem.exe
8dXaM.exe
mstre23.exe
photo_id.exe
sqlexec64.exe
restorer32_a.exe
winulty.exe
wshost32.exe
smss.exe
svschost.exe
pblew0p7.exe
svhoster.exe
lsass.exe
8dXaM.exe
mine.exe
ndll.exe
scvdll.exe
sqlexec64.exe
msdrive32.exe
photo_id.exe
smss.exe
services.exe
730.exe
wshost32.exe
java.exe
System2.exe
jjdrive32.exe
svchost.exe
ohydy.exe
sysdiag32.exe
Winlogon.exe
aca1e6.exe
cidrive32.exe
Windows Defender.exe
System.exe
Regeditsystem.exe
infocard.exe
winsvc32.exe
abuzamnet_enc.exe
$Recycle$.exe
winulty.exe
umdmgr.exe
csrss.exe
winmsngrn.exe
restorer32_a.exe

Trojan.Injector DLL's to remove:

iaload9D.dll
svcsvc.dll
svcmssrv.dll
perfms.dll
msperfup.dll
lloadf5E.dll
qeloadg10.dll
uplsalsa.dll
perfmsms.dll
mrkgrn.dll
spclpt32.dll

Trojan.Injector processes to kill:

Windows Defender.exe
server.exe
$Recycle$.exe
system32.exe
winlogon.exe
SearchSettingsProtection.exe
apocalyps32.exe
f3039639.exe
078.exe
r8Vk6.exe
svchost.exe:ext.exe
wins.exe
ccdrive32.exe
setup.exe
av_md.exe
WindowUpdate.exe
sysdiag64.exe
windows7addon.exe
125.exe
500.exe
390.exe
svñshost.exe
smsg.exe
ali.exe
sorry.exe
Cpl32ver.exe
iexplorer.exe
0304[1].exe
winmsngrn.exe
System2.exe
ohydy.exe
msdrive32.exe
inecomm.exe
csrss.exe
abuzamnet_enc.exe
winsvc32.exe
infocard.exe
aca1e6.exe
msvmiode.exe
scvdll.exe
msupio32.exe
wndrive32.exe
730.exe
jjdrive32.exe
sysdiag32.exe
syre32.exe
msvmcls64.exe
java.exe
ndll.exe
ms87273.exe
svchost32.exe
cidrive32.exe
svhoster.exe
umdmgr.exe
winupdate.exe.exe
svchost.exe
System.exe
services.exe
mswinvks.exe
1[1].exe
lsass.exe
svhost.exe
Regeditsystem.exe
8dXaM.exe
mstre23.exe
photo_id.exe
sqlexec64.exe
restorer32_a.exe
winulty.exe
wshost32.exe
smss.exe
svschost.exe
pblew0p7.exe
Windows Defender.exe
svchost.exe
smss.exe
restorer32_a.exe
mine.exe
System2.exe
ms87273.exe
services.exe
svhoster.exe
server.exe
umdmgr.exe
Winlogon.exe
system32.exe
ohydy.exe
winupdate.exe.exe
cidrive32.exe
svhost.exe
sysdiag32.exe
aca1e6.exe
wshost32.exe
8dXaM.exe
msvmcls64.exe
sqlexec64.exe
jjdrive32.exe
inecomm.exe
mstre23.exe
svchost32.exe
infocard.exe
scvdll.exe
System.exe
winulty.exe
csrss.exe
msdrive32.exe
winmsngrn.exe
730.exe
$Recycle$.exe
lsass.exe
ndll.exe
abuzamnet_enc.exe
photo_id.exe
winsvc32.exe
mswinvks.exe
Regeditsystem.exe
java.exe

Remove Trojan.Injector registry entries:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\WINDOWSNT\CURRENTVERSION\WINLOGON\USERINIT\ userinit
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\WINDOWS\CURRENTVERSION\RUN\ wshost32
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\WINDOWS\CURRENTVERSION\RUN\ Windows Upgrate Utility
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\WINDOWS\CURRENTVERSION\RUN\ restorer32_a
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\WINDOWS\CURRENTVERSION\RUN\ MSN
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\WINDOWS\CURRENTVERSION\RUN\ photo_id
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\WINDOWS\CURRENTVERSION\RUN\ SySmstray
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\WINDOWS\CURRENTVERSION\RUN\ wT5WV4nJz1fi8o
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\WINDOWS\CURRENTVERSION\RUN\ net64
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\WINDOWS\CURRENTVERSION\RUN\ 646
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\WINDOWS\CURRENTVERSION\RUN\ WindowsUpdate
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\WINDOWS\CURRENTVERSION\RUN\ Regeditsystem
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\WINDOWS\CUR
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Comments

  1. Jonas Dec 22, 2009

    Trojan.injector.EJR ?

  2. reeve24 May 19, 2010

    Injector.BSI trojan? What kind of virus is this?

  3. Rufus Sep 1, 2010

    The dick heads that write these trojans should be beaten until unconscious, revived, and beaten again...

  4. tas Sep 23, 2010

    yes

  5. tekay Jan 27, 2011

    Injector.ALO.Trojan what the *****?

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