Packed.Execryptor is the latest in PC infections. Being a form of malware, whcih displays spyware characteristics, Packed.Execryptor is not going to do any good for any system it has embed itself within.
Packed.Execryptor is classified as malicious software, as it is designed to compromise and corrupt any system it has infiltrated. Not dissimilar to the Home Search Virus, Packed.Execryptor is capable of installing a local service which monitors its own state of health.
This local service seems to be installed within the registry of a computer system. This particular service will then also reinstall itself to registry should the user attempt to change its registry entries. The Packed.Execryptor’s services will startup each and every time the system is rebooted. It is because of this interference with registry settings that it is highly recommended to remove Packed.Execryptor from any system it has been detected in.
Packed.Execryptor has a few aliases, namely: convert.dll, kdfhok.dll, sXe Injected.exe and wbsrv.dll.
Packed.Execryptor also displays the following behavior:
• The Process is polymorphic and can change its structure
The threat of this particular parasite, Packed.Execryptor, is not to be taken lightly, as Packed.Execryptor is highly capable of severely compromising a computer system and may even result in system failure if not entirely removed from the infected system.
In order to protect a computer system from the threat of Packed.Execryptor one should adhere to the following rules:
1. Keep your Windows security updated
The most important thing to remember when it comes to this PC parasite, Packed.Execryptor, is to remove it as soon as it has been detected on a computer system.
How to manually remove Packed.Execryptor
Files associated with Packed.Execryptor infection:
Packed.Execryptor DLL's to remove:
Packed.Execryptor processes to kill:
Remove Packed.Execryptor registry entries:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMICROSOFTWINDOWSCURRENTVERSIONRUN sXe Injected
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\WINDOWS\CURRENTVERSION\RUN\ sXe Injected