Description of Trojan.Zeroaccess and consequences of its residing on your PC’s
Trojan.Zeroaccess, aka Trojan.zeroaccess.inf or zero access rootkit, is rather a high risk infection, no matter of its assessment as a minor damage computer disease by a number of malicious programs assessment experts. You could make your own judgment just considering the way the trojan is downloaded: whether carried by special mediator (which is, by the way, another subject to extermination) or downloaded with user’s own hands who takes it for the object which the trojan is not, it is recorded in Drivers subfolder. Subject to computer system peculiarities, this disorders audio and video drives to certain extent.
That is, download of the trojan does not entail damage. Its download is a damage on its own.
Further consequences of the trojan activities would definitely not make happy any sane user. It serves download of a host of other hostile programs and disorders essential system processes, often causing PC freezes.
Click the free scanner link which will enable you to remove trojan.zeroaccess.inf according to the inspection results (please beware the detection could be reported under different name).
Technical Details and screenshots:
- Full name: Trojan.Zeroaccess, zero access rootkit, zeroaccess trojan
- Type: Rogue anti-spyware
- Origin: Russian Federation
Signs of being infected with Trojan.Zeroaccess
There are few visual symptoms related to the infection and no such signs that users, without detecting entries of the malware, could consider unique markers of the threat.
General signs are as follows:
failure of codec and drivers, thus inability of computer system to render certain types of audio and video files. This failure might lead to defects in reproducing sounds and videos;
general unwanted system performance changes (deterioration);
increased outgoing traffic;
notifications of firewall and memory scan systems.
Click here to run free system examination by relevant quality software, and get rid of trojan.zeroaccess (detection name will be most likely different).
Trojan.Zeroaccess automatical removal:
To initiate the process of computer system inspection, please follow the link below. There is no common convention regulating naming of the parasite so that do not get confused, if the scan will detect no entries under the above name – to remove trojan.zeroaccess, simply clean your PC every piece of malware detected.
Manual Removal of Trojan.Zeroaccess:
The removing solution above is the best cleaning device for such cases as rootkits and counterfeited utilities. However, if your choice stands for manual routine, no matter how much time would it take you to delete all the malware files and registry entries – go ahead to complete the below steps!
Remove Trojan.Zeroaccess files and dll’s:
C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\random.exe
Unregister Trojan.Zeroaccess registry values:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Security Center “AntiVirusOverride” = “1”