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If you use a computer frequently, either to work, to read the news or to watch videos on the Internet, and you have noticed that your computer has started to behave abnormally, then, perhaps, your system has been infected by a Trojan Horse such as “You got infected with my malware”. The good news is that, on this page, we will try to help you recover the normal state of your machine as soon as possible without the risk of damaging it in the process. But before discovering how to remove the Trojan Horse step by step, it is important that you know the essential information about this type of malware.

Trojans are generally programs that have been developed with the purpose of harming the system they infect in various ways. Once they sneak in the targeted machine, they of course try to remain hidden and begin to alter the operation of your computer’s system for the purposes of their dubious activities. What many people do not know is that there are many different types of damage an infection like “You got infected with my malware” may cause and, sadly, in most of the cases, it may not be possible to predict exactly what will happen to the compromised computer if a Trojan silently operates in its background. In this article, however, we will try to focus on detecting and removing this type of threats and we will provide you with the most effective methods of dealing with them. Below, you will find a detailed manual removal guide with step-by-step instructions, and a professional removal tool for automatic assistance, which are focused dealing with “You got infected with my malware” in particular, but could be used as a general guideline on how to approach such infections as a whole.

What you should know before you scroll down is that the Trojan threats are usually very challenging to detect and get rid of. For the most part, they try to hide deep in the system in order to run silently and to prevent users from removing them. This way, those threats can secretly create security holes, and launch activities which can help other infections (such as Ransomware or Spyware) to enter the system without being noticed. They can also spy on their victim, collect sensitive information such as passwords, login credentials, credit or debit card numbers, online banking details and other types of data, which later can be transferred to remote serves and can be used for criminal activities like theft, blackmail, fraud and more. Hopefully, with the instructions below, you will be able to remove this type of malware before something irreversible happens.

What is the best way to quickly deal with a Trojan?

Since Trojans like ( 1HB3KtKoguFuZ4BdmCv9Fc4tYTwDQgmqmWCve-2019-1663) typically try to hide their presence and operate without showing visible symptoms, in most of the cases, it is impossible for the regular web users to detect them without the help of professional security software. Manual removal guides like the one below may also help but good antimalware tools usually have an impressive database and can detect and remove infections such as “You got infected with my malware” much quicker than any manual method. Besides, they can help in prevention, and that’s why it is highly advisable that you invest in a reliable security program. If you don’t have one already or you want to double check, you can use the professional removal tool on this page.

An example of a “You got infected with my malware” Email Blackmail:

You got infected with my malware, RAT (Remote Administration Tool), while browsing the web where my iframe was placed, in the background you got redirected to my exploitpack, your browser wasn’t patched so you got infected! My malware gave me full control over your computer and access to all your accounts (see password above)! I COLLECTED ALL YOUR PRIVATE DATA! YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN – I KNOW ALL YOUR SECRETS – YOU KNOW THAT THIS ISN’T A JOKE! After that I removed my malware, to not leave any traces. If you don’t pay me exactly 1800$ in bitcoin (BTC), I will PUBLISH ALL YOUR DATA, send it to all your contacts, over email, post in on social network! …

“You got infected with my malware” SUMMARY:

Name“You got infected with my malware”
TypeTrojan
Danger Level High (You got infected with my malware Trojans are often used as a backdoor for Ransomware)
SymptomsYou got infected with my malware Trojans rarely show visible symptoms and typically hide deep in the system in order to operate in stealth.
Distribution Method Spam messages, phishing emails, infected attachments, fake ads, torrents, illegal websites, cracked software.

 

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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 You got infected with my malware

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 You got infected with my malware.

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To remove parasite on your own, you may have to meddle with system files and registries. If you were to do this, you need to be extremely careful, because you may damage your system.
If you want to avoid the risk, we recommend downloading SpyHunter - a professional malware removal tool - to see whether it will find malicious programs on your PC.

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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 You got infected with my malware , 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 – You got infected with my malware

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 You got infected with my malware RansomwareAbout 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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