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Trojan.Win32.Password-unencrypted.a in depth There hardly is a web user who isn’t aware of the danger that Trojan Horse viruses represent. And there is a... Remove Trojan.Win32.Password-unencrypted.a Malware

Trojan.Win32.Password-unencrypted.a in depth

There hardly is a web user who isn’t aware of the danger that Trojan Horse viruses represent. And there is a good reason to fear them – those computer infections are an extremely versatile and multi-functional type of malware that is widely used by hackers for a variety of criminal deeds. That’s because the cyber criminals can basically do whatever they want with a Trojan Horse virus – they can use it to spy on people, interfere with their privacy by hacking into their webcam or mic, steal their personal information, passwords and login credentials or corrupt, replace and modify every component that is stored on the infected machine. We won’t even mention how easy it is to insert another malware on the victim’s computer such as Ransomware, Worms, Rootkits and so on, and all that just with a single representative of this notorious malware category.

Instructions to get rid of Trojan.Win32.Password-unencrypted.a from your computer

VirusTotal Report of Trojan.Win32.Password-unencrypted.a detection by multiple antivirus programs

Risks of Trojan.Win32.Password-unencrypted.a

Speaking about Trojan Horse representatives, Trojan.Win32.Password-unencrypted.a is a new kind of a Trojan Horse that is very difficult to detect and comes with a whole set of harmful capabilities. Similarly to most of the infections of its category, this malware can also be used as a tool for destruction, system corruption, espionage, virus insertion and other criminal deeds. Trojan.Win32.Password-unencrypted.a may turn the victim’s computer into a botnet computer, which means that it can use all system resources like CPU, RAM and GPU power for activities that serve the interests of the hackers. The consequences of these actions can lead to system crashes, permanent system damage, data lose and more.

Predominantly, Trojan Horse viruses spread through bundled software and fake update requests. However, it is not uncommon for such threats to spread through spam emails (1EGgvLwVTQ3UGnjk4LzcPwyXaEk2Fioqd5, 1HB3KtKoguFuZ4BdmCv9Fc4tYTwDQgmqmW ), email attachments and executables, misleading links and infected ads, corrupted torrent files and more. That’s why it is very important to pay attention to what content you interact with and be very selective about the sources of your software and installs.

Of course, no one wants to fall victim to a Trojan such as Trojan.Win32.Password-unencrypted.a but, unfortunately, it is very difficult for the regular web users to detect those threats, especially if they don’t have a reliable antivirus program for protection. That’s because the Trojan Horses are masters of disguise – as soon as they infiltrate your computer, they hide deep in the system and wait for a good opportunity to launch their malicious activities. It is not necessary for such malware to start attacking the moment it gets on your computer, but once it gets activated, things can get particularly unpleasant for you.

Removing Trojan.Win32.Password-unencrypted.a manually

The whole system may get corrupted, important system processes and data may be damaged or lost and all your personal files may get accessed by the hackers who may try to share it with third parties for profit. What’s more, you may notice a drastic drop in the overall computer performance. It may get to a point where you may not be able to do any kind of work on it. That’s why it is extremely important to act as quickly as possible and remove Trojan.Win32.Password-unencrypted.a from your PC. If you are not sure how to do this, we can walk you through the steps in the removal guide below. Just follow our detailed instructions or use the attached professional removal tool to successfully remove this malicious virus before your system gets seriously damaged.

SUMMARY:

NameTrojan.Win32.Password-unencrypted.a
TypeTrojan
Danger Level High (Trojans are often used as a backdoor for Ransomware)
Symptoms Trojans are very hard to detect as they usually show no visible symptoms which can be seen by a regular web user.
Distribution Method Software bundles with infected components, malicious attachments, fake ads, misleading links, spam, torrents.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Remove Trojan.Win32.Password-unencrypted.a Malware

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 Trojan.Win32.Password-unencrypted.a

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 Trojan.Win32.Password-unencrypted.a.

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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 Trojan.Win32.Password-unencrypted.a , 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 – Trojan.Win32.Password-unencrypted.a

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

%AppData%

%LocalAppData%

%ProgramData%

%WinDir%

%Temp%

Delete everything you see in Temp linked to Trojan.Win32.Password-unencrypted.aAbout 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 MobileSecurityZone.com, 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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