- Slow Computer
- System crashes
- Normal system programs crash immediatelly
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Can't be uninstalled via Control Panel
Eredel Stealer Extended
Eredel Stealer Extended is a harmful threat that performs malicious activities on affected users’ computers. Without a doubt, it enters computers without permission, which explains why so many users do not know anything about its presence on their computers. Usually, they realize this nasty threat is active on their computers because they perform a full system scan with an antimalware scanner. Have you found Eredel Stealer Extended installed on your computer as well? You must delete Eredel Stealer Extended right away because this malicious application is a keylogger, as research conducted by specialists working at anti-spyware-101.com have found. It means that it might steal personal information from you in no time, and it will definitely do that if you do not do anything to remove it from your system. Eredel Stealer Extended is no doubt a serious computer threat; however, it is not the most sophisticated infection for sure. In fact, we believe that you will remove it from the system yourself quite easily since it places only one executable file in %ALLUSERSPROFILE% and creates only one scheduled task on the computer. Read this report to find more about this infection and then we will help you to remove the malicious application manually.
Eredel Stealer Extended performs several activities on affected computers, but it no doubt focuses on stealing information from users. Research has shown that this keylogger is capable of reading credentials saved on Google Chrome. If it accesses this information, cyber criminals behind it might be able to access your accounts and steal all private information from them. Additionally, Eredel Stealer Extended is capable of accessing and reading cookies stored on Google Chrome, Chromium, Orbitum, Vivaldi, Yandex, and Opera browsers. Usually, cookies do not keep any personally-identifiable information, but they might tell a lot about users’ activities, preferences, and habits, so you should not let any computer threats access them. We know well how hard it might be to prevent malware from entering the system, so we do not think that it is a very good idea to keep the system completely unprotected. Last but not least, Eredel Stealer Extended checks all programs installed on the computer. Finally, this threat is no doubt used to record keyboard activity as well. In other words, whatever you type using your keyboard, including your passwords, messages to friends, and even search queries you enter into the search box of the search provider you use will all end up in cyber criminals’ hands. With all these personal details in their hands, cyber criminals could access your accounts, read your emails and private messages, and use your name, surname, and some other personal information for fraudulent purposes. You do not want this to happen to you, do you? That is what we have thought, so we recommend removing Eredel Stealer Extended from the affected computer as soon as possible. If you have not encountered this threat yet, you should take security measures to make sure this infection never enters your computer.
We do not have much information about the distribution of Eredel Stealer Extended, but, according to researchers who have analyzed this Trojan infection, it is very likely that several distribution methods are used to promote it. First, it might be sent to you via email. Usually, malicious software is dropped on computers when users open malicious email attachments, but if you see a link in a suspicious email you have just received, you should not rush to click on it too because you might initiate the installation of serious malware by doing so. Specialists also say that users should not download any suspicious applications from P2P and similar websites because they might download malware from the web themselves. Believe us; there is more than one website on the web that has been set up to spread malware.
Have you detected Eredel Stealer Extended on your system? You must delete it immediately because the longer you keep this infection active, the more personal details it will steal from you. You should be able to remove this infection yourself since the directories it places its components to are known and can be accessed without difficulty. We have prepared the manual removal guide (see below) to help you even more, but you can clean your system considerably quicker by performing a system scan with an antimalware scanner if you want to.
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