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Removing 1Q2yu5awJd1Z3UJVw2VckeGoLs6TfSHFQR manually

Many Trojans similar to 1Q2yu5awJd1Z3UJVw2VckeGoLs6TfSHFQR,  19qqYeGgbzhT8Lic5WsbDZgJkzAy82R6fF , Hoplight are distributed through spam emails, malicious attachments, file sharing platforms and online ads. Once the user interacts with the transmitter, the infection silently installs itself in the system and starts to operate. The activity of each and every Trojan threat depends on the intentions of its author. That’s why we cannot tell you what exactl1Q2yu5awJd1Z3UJVw2VckeGoLs6TfSHFQR Bitcoin Email may do inside your PC. However, here are some common actions that can be caused by such threats:

  • Infecting, overwriting, hacking, and removing critical system files or formatting system components and installed applications.
  • Deleting data from the hard drive
  • Blocking the security programs and creating security holes that can be exploited by other malware.
  • Distributing computer viruses and threats like Ransomware, Spyware, Rootkits and more.
  • Theft of sensitive data, such as credit card numbers, login credentials, passwords, valuable personal documents and other information.
  • Tracking the user’s keystrokes and other activities and sending the collected data to remote servers.
  • The Trojan horse can also take screenshots and start other activities in the background to steal more information.
  • Blocking the users’ access to security resources and sites that provide protection against malware.
  • Causing system errors, crashes, unresponsiveness and instability.

If you have 1Q2yu5awJd1Z3UJVw2VckeGoLs6TfSHFQR on your system or you think that it might be hiding somewhere, it is best to run a full scan with your security software and remove any malicious files that have been detected.

Hi, stranger! 

I know the ********, this is your password. 
As you can see, I logged in with your account. And I wrote you this message from your account. 

If you have already changed your password, my malware will be intercepts it every time. 

You may not know me, and you are most likely wondering why you are receiving this email, right? 
In fact, I posted a malicious program on adults (pornography) of some websites, and you know that you visited these websites to enjoy 
(you know what I mean). 

While you were watching video clips, 
my trojan started working as a RDP (remote desktop) with a keylogger that gave me access to your screen as well as a webcam. 

Immediately after this, my program gathered all your contacts from messenger, social networks, and also by e-mail. 

What I’ve done? 
I made a double screen video. 
The first part shows the video you watched (you have good taste, yes … but strange for me and other normal people), 
and the second part shows the recording of your webcam. 

What should you do? 

Well, I think $723 (USD dollars) is a fair price for our little secret. 
You will make a bitcoin payment (if you don’t know, look for “how to buy bitcoins” on Google). 

BTC Address: 1Q2yu5awJd1Z3UJVw2VckeGoLs6TfSHFQR 
(This is CASE sensitive, please copy and paste it) 

You have 2 days (48 hours) to pay. (I have a special code, and at the moment I know that you have read this email). 

If I don’t get bitcoins, I will send your video to all your contacts, including family members, colleagues, etc. 
However, if I am paid, I will immediately destroy the video, and my trojan will be destruct someself. 

If you want to get proof, answer “Yes!” and resend this letter to youself. 
And I will definitely send your video to your any 11 contacts. 

This is a non-negotiable offer, so please do not waste my personal and other people’s time by replying to this email. 



Danger Level High (Trojans are often used as a backdoor for Ransomware)
Symptoms This Trojan typically tries to hide its traces by not showing any visible symptoms of its presence.
Distribution Method Spam, cracked programs, infected email attachments, malicious ads, misleading links, torrents, illegal websites.







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Remove 1Q2yu5awJd1Z3UJVw2VckeGoLs6TfSHFQR Ransomware Guide

1: Preparations

Note: Before you go any further, we advise you to bookmark this page or have it open on a separate device such as your smartphone or another PC. Some of the steps might require you to exit your browser on this PC.

2: Task Manager

Press Ctrl + Shift + Esc to enter the Task Manager. Go to the Tab labeled Processes (Details for Win 8/10). Carefully look through the list of processes that are currently active on you PC.

If any of them seems shady, consumes too much RAM/CPU or has some strange description or no description at all, right-click on it, select Open File Location and delete everything there.

Also, even if you do not delete the files, be sure to stop the process by right-clicking on it and selecting End Process.

3: IP related to 1Q2yu5awJd1Z3UJVw2VckeGoLs6TfSHFQR

Go to c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts. Open the hosts file with notepad.

Find where it says Localhost and take a look below that. 

hosts_opt (1)

If you see any IP addresses there (below Localhost) send them to us here, in the comments since they might be coming from the 1Q2yu5awJd1Z3UJVw2VckeGoLs6TfSHFQR.

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4: Disable Startup programs

Re-open the Start Menu and type msconfig.

Click on the first search result. In the next window, go to the Startup tab. If you are on Win 10,  it will send you to the Startup part of the task manager instead, as in the picture:

If you see any sketchy/shady looking entries in the list with an unknown manufacturer or a manufacturer name that looks suspicious as there could be a link between them and 1Q2yu5awJd1Z3UJVw2VckeGoLs6TfSHFQR , disable those programs and select OK.

5: Registry Editor

Press Windows key + R and in the resulting window type regedit.

Now, press Ctrl + F and type the name of the virus.

Delete everything that gets found. If you are not sure about whether to delete something, do not hesitate to ask us in the comments. Keep in mind that if you delete the wrong thing, you might cause all sorts of issues to your PC.

6: Deleting potentially malicious data – 1Q2yu5awJd1Z3UJVw2VckeGoLs6TfSHFQR

Type each of the following locations in the Windows search box and hit enter to open the locations:






Delete everything you see in Temp linked to 1Q2yu5awJd1Z3UJVw2VckeGoLs6TfSHFQR Bitcoin EmailAbout the other folders, sort their contents by date and delete only the most recent entries. As always, if you are not sure about something, write to us in the comment section.

Daniel Sadakov

Daniel Sadakov has a degree in Information Technology and specializes in web and mobile cyber security. He harbors a strong detestation for anything and everything malicious and has committed his resources and time to battling all manners of web and mobile threats. He has founded, a website dedicated to covering the top tech stories and providing useful tips for the everyday user, in an effort to reach and help more people.

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