Trojan.IEInj is a form of Trojan horse, which is actually a trick application.
Trojan.IEInj will covertly enter a system and is specifically designed to download and execute remote files, whist also redirecting the Internet Explorer home page and search page.
When investigated, Trojan.IEInj is a nearly perfect virus. Trojan.IEInj self-protects, monitors the infected system’s memory, randomly names its affiliated malicious files, and integrates with Windows Operating systems’ critical processes.
The first sign that your system is infected with Trojan.IEInj would be a security alert popping up on your screen saying that your browser is insecure and needs to be protected to avoid unwanted negative consequences for your system’s functionality and privacy.
Once you click on this alert, you will then be redirected to the website promoting the rogue anti-spyware application associated with the Trojan.IEInj utility. From this moment on, you’ll receive a number of fabricated pop-up alerts, claiming that your system is infected with a Trojan.IEInj.
All of which allege to be an intruder capable of extorting your most private data. These multiple alerts will keep coercing you into purchasing the full ‘licensed’ version of the affiliated rogue software.
Whenever you get suspicious security alerts, aimed at alarming you with privacy and system threats information, the first thing you are recommended to do is to perform a timely system scan (with a trusted software application), so as to detect and remove the cyber trespassers as soon as possible.
The threat of this particular parasite, Trojan.IEInj, is not to be taken lightly, as Trojan.IEInj is highly capable of severely compromising your system and may even result in system failure if not entirely removed from your system.
How to manually remove Trojan.IEInj
Files associated with Trojan.IEInj infection:
Trojan.IEInj processes to kill:
Remove Trojan.IEInj registry entries:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\WINDOWS\CURRENTVERSION\RUN\BEEP PLUS BOOB BEND