- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Slow Computer
- Slow internet connection
VirToolMSILInjector.Q is a harmful Trojan horse infection first detected 15 October, 2010. It operates under various aliases, some of which are:
This seditious Trojan was designed to help hide various malware applications from detection on the infected system. It does this by injecting its processes into various running applications, in so doing making it harder to detect the malware on the system.
Because of its seditious infiltration, and the fact that VirToolMSILInjector.Q does all of its activates in the background of the system users will find it difficult to get rid of VirToolMSILInjector.Q without some help. There are no discernable symptoms of VirToolMSILInjector.Q to be on the lookout for. Installed security software on the system will show notifications of the infection, and that is the only notification users will have as to the presence of VirToolMSILInjector.Q on the system.
The true purpose of VirToolMSILInjector.Q is to encrypt and compress the malware contained in it into another ptram, which will then decode and load the malicious file which can contain various malware and rogue applications.
There is only one way to limit the damage this rogue will cause to your PC – destroy VirToolMSILInjector.Q with the help of a powerful security tool which will not only erase VirToolMSILInjector.Q but also protect against similar attacks in future.
How to manually remove VirTool:MSIL/Injector.Q
Files associated with VirTool:MSIL/Injector.Q infection:
VirTool:MSIL/Injector.Q DLL's to remove:
VirTool:MSIL/Injector.Q processes to kill: