- Annoying Pop-up's
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Slow Computer
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
VirTool:MSIL/Injector.gen!K is not a new infection and the virtual world is already familiar with it, especially by such alias names as Adware/Ezula, Trojan.Win32.Inject and Trojan.Win32.Jorik. The surreptitious infection can be propagated into systems via infected removable devices, IM and email spam, bundled downloads and similar infiltration channels, immediately after which the infection can corrupt your Windows’ registry. This action is highly important to overall Trojan’s functionality, because the running of this devious application depends on its malignant components that need to be added to the startup programs of your operating system. Once this happens, you might start noticing various computer dysfunctions and it might become extremely difficult to navigate around your PC, something that is bound to create difficulties when having VirTool:MSIL/Injector.gen!K deleted. Keep reading to find out what infectious files could be infesting your personal system right this second.
Malicious executables prt.exe and sigverifui.exe are two of the most essential components, as these files can guarantee a rootkit functionality that could hide all VirTool:MSIL/Injector.gen!K processes from detection, termination or overall infection’s removal. What is more, these devious components can release various misleading alerts and pop-ups that are meant to confuse you about your system’s state and distract you from executed processes. Only these dangerous files can allow dap.exe to run surreptitiously within your system, and this devious component on its own can add and delete registry entries, change IE settings, employ BHOs, and initiate other disturbing events.
Sigverifui.exe or spoolsv.exe can be found in the system32 folder, and this knavish executable can remove access to Task Manager and Registry Editor, disable Windows Security Center and safe mode functionality, infect USB drives to spread malware, and steal personal information. The malign executable can inject codes to record keystrokes, mouse clicks and screen content to collect login details, which later on could be used to steal contacts from your email account or even launch spam email attacks using your personal email address. If that is not enough, txokspxg.exe (better known as ms.exe) can also link your name to VirTool:MSIL/Injector.gen!K attacks conveyed through IRC protocols.
It is nearly impossible to remove VirTool:MSIL/Injector.gen!K manually, because this infection is supported by rootkits and files that can change their initial structures. Therefore, this type of removal is not recommended to even highly experienced Windows users who have deleted malware before. The safest way to delete the Trojan is by using legal safeguarding tools with automatic malware removal capabilities, and we urge you to install legitimate software immediately.
How to manually remove VirTool:MSIL/Injector.gen!K
Files associated with VirTool:MSIL/Injector.gen!K infection:
VirTool:MSIL/Injector.gen!K DLL's to remove:
VirTool:MSIL/Injector.gen!K processes to kill: