Got BKDR_KULUOZ.PFG infection? How can this virus invade to your PC since you have installed the anti-virus program? Why your anti-virus can not remove this virus completely? What is the best way to get rid of this nasty Trojan? Learn more from this post.
BKDR_KULUOZ.PFG is a new virus that attacks careless victims online. Usually this virus will infect the PCs by free program, spam E-mail and other infected files. Once the victims open these infected files accidentally, their PCs can be invaded in a quick time. Most of the victims will notice this virus when the anti-virus programs warn them. However, it can not be easily removed by these security programs because these kinds of viruses can hide and protect themselves. It has been one of the most dangerous viruses on the Internet, which needs to be removed to avoid further damage.
In general, these Trojan horse will target on the victims who use the windows system. Once the virus is installed to the infected PC, it will cause a terrible situation like low performance and crash. The victims have to take more time to open a program or view a website, their browsers can be frozen at all and even get the blue death screen. What is more, this Trojan horse can download different virus automatically like browser hijack redirect and rough program. Anyway, this Trojan horse can do anything to damage the infected PC, you’d better remove it as soon as possible.
#The Trojan allows cyber criminals to visit your computer remotely without your consent.
#The Trojan is related to system crash and files fragmentation, and it can disable your executable programs.
#The Trojan redirects your specified websites to other harmful websites and changes your computer settings at random.
#It brings other types of threats to your computer such as malware, adware parasites and spyware.
#It records your browser history and computer data to violate your privacy and compromise security.
Malicious as the Trojan horse is, it takes your computer at great risk by damaging your system, files and programs. Also, this malicious Trojan corrupts your computer along with other types of threats like malware and spyware. Moreover, you will come across many unexpected troubles when surf the web, for example, the Trojan can redirect your web search results to hazardous contents. Even the best anti-virus software is also disabled and difficult to take effective to delete any type of viruses entirely. If you haven’t sufficient skills of handling with system files, please don’t delete anything that you are not sure. In this situation, manual removal is appreciated. Also, PC professionals online will help you delete the Trojan completely at a quick time.
Manual removal is a complicated and risky process, so please back up all important data before making any changes on your computer. Here are some instructions to handle with the Trojan horse manually, and be cautious when going through the following steps.
1. Press Ctrl+Alt+Del keys together and stop virus processes in the Windows Task Manager.
2. Go to Folder Options from Control Panel. Under View tab, select Show hidden files and folders and uncheck Hide protected operating system files (Recommended), and then click OK. Remember to back up beforehand.
3. Press Windows+ R keys and search for regedit in Run. Delete associated files and registry entries related to the virus from your PC completely as follows:
4. Reboot the computer normally to take effective, when the above steps are done.
As the above mentioned, BKDR_KULUOZ.PFG is a extreme dangerous process once it is on your PC. It can let the infected PC stay in a high-risk of being attacked, the hijacker can even have the ability to get into the infected PC to steal the information, that is the way which virus maker collect data from the infected PC. Since the anti-virus program can not handle this Trojan horse well. It is suggested that you should remove it by a manual way.
If you have no idea how to do with that, please to contact experts from Yoocare Online Tech Support for further help.
Published by & last updated on August 31, 2013 8:43 am