I need help!! Yesterday while surfing online, I got an alert from Avira and it said it has detected a problem in C \ windows \ systeme32 \ drivers \ 32ee54.sys. Since then my real-time protection is switched off. After performing a full scan, a virus has been detected: TR / Drop.necurs.djk, it is quarantined and deleted. But I have tried many ways to get rid of it, still nothing works because every time I rebooted the computer and I still have the same problem. Is there any way I can get rid of TR/Drop.Necurs.djk virus completely without coming back?
TR/Drop.Necurs.djk is a typical detection for a computer Trojan detected from Avira that could show many evil actions on the infected system. Users encountering the issue wonder how this virus keeps showing up from each time system boots up. Actually, this tricky Trojan encompasses lots of functions that involve malware dropper, rootkit and backdoor so that it should be removed manually.
Users may get this virus installed via social networks, doubtful websites, freeware, shareware, spam messages and others. Once it is running, it must bring an annoyance to all the PC users. Some of them may complain that system goes slow and others may even experience total crashes in Windows. Just like other Trojans, TR/Drop.Necurs.djk may monitor web-browsing activity of the user and redirect users to all kinds of ad sites against their wills. And it can open a backdoor that allows an attacker to steal sensitive information including user name and passwords that are stored on the PC. To make itself more aggressive, this pesky Trojan has an ability to download and run other malware such as XP/CVE-2013-0422 and EXP/Pdfjsc.agd.2 on the compromised computer. Therefore, it is suggested users to get rid of TR/Drop.Necurs.djk long with other threats as detected by using the manual guide below.
1. It can compromise your system and may introduce additional infections like rogue software.
2. It forces you to visit websites and advertisements which are not trusted and may lead you to pay money wrongly for worthless products.
3. It takes up high resources and strikingly slows down your computer speed and even causes your computer stuck frequently.
4. It may allow cyber criminals to track your computer and steal your personal information.
Currently many computer users had the same experience that this virus couldn’t be removed by any anti-virus applications. So the manual approach is always required to combat this virus. It can help you delete the virus as well as save all your precious data. And here is the step-by-step removal guide for all computer users.
1. Show hidden files and folders.
Open Folder Options by clicking the Start button, clicking Control Panel, clicking Appearance and Personalization, and then clicking Folder Options.
Click the View tab.
Under Advanced settings, click Show hidden files and folders, uncheck Hide protected operating system files (Recommended) and then click OK.
2. Open Registry entries. Find out the malicious files and entries and then delete all.
Attention: Always be sure to back up your PC before making any changes.
a. Press the “Start” button and then choose the option “Run”. In the “Open” field, type “regedit” and click the “OK” button.
b. All malicious files and registry entries that should be deleted:
TR/Drop.Necurs.djk is a severe Trojan can take various malicious actions to harm the infected computer. It is capable of collecting sensitive data such as credit card details, bank account information, user id, password etc saved from the compromised system without users’ permission. Once access, it can perform lots of harmful activities such as modify Windows registry, delete critical files and display countless number of pop ups and ads to reduce the overall speed of the computer. This harmful virus opens ‘backdoor’ on the infected computer system, which allows attackers to perform numerous malicious actions on the affected PC. To sum up, this is an evil Trojan that needs to be removed from your machine immediately upon detection.
Published by & last updated on March 4, 2013 2:47 am