My computer was targeted by Exploit:HTML/Fiexp.F virus and it performed extremely poorly. The computer became stuck and frozen up easily. I was very annoyed with pesky pop-up ads on the computer screen when surfing the web and performing other computer activities. How to get rid of the malware virus from the computer completely? If you have tried with no success, please follow removal instructions below to remove the Trojan infection effectively.
Soon as the Trojan Exploit:HTML/Fiexp.F virus targets the computer, it attempts to affect the whole system and exploit vulnerabilities in Java, Adobe Flash Player, Adobe Acrobat Reader and Internet Explorer and so on. To invade the computer deeply, the infection also takes use of system leaks to bring some notorious adware parasites, worms, malware and spyware to the computer. With this malware infection, users just come across many troubles during online activities. For instance, the Trojan virus may typically redirect your Internet search results to other malicious web pages rather than specific content you want to visit. It can change desktop image, browser homepage and other computer settings without any consent. Users will get many pesky ads popped up on the screen every time you surf the net. In fact, the infection is a great threat which must be removed from the computer immediately.
As designed, the malware infection may enable remote hackers to trace system records and browser history to collect your important information. Moreover, further damages like system crash, blue screen errors and other system file missing issues may occur to the computer. Why can’t antivirus pick up the Trojan infection entirely? In fact, the malware virus can disable the antivirus to stop it from functioning properly. In this case, PC users had better delete the Exploit:HTML/Fiexp.F virus from the computer completely in a manual removal way.
Manual removal is a complicated and risky process which requires sufficient PC skills. If you are afraid to make any changes to your system, please back up your vital data before going ahead to delete any of this Trojan infection related system files and registry entries. Also, be cautious when moving forward to deal with the Trojan horse manually.
1. Press Ctrl+Alt+Del keys together and stop Exploit:HTML/Fiexp.F 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.
3. a. Press Windows+ R keys to pull up the Run box.
b. Search for regedit in Run. (Type regedit in the Open filed of Run, and click Ok)
*Note: Remember to back up beforehand.
Delete associated files and registry entries related to Exploit:HTML/Fiexp.F virus from your PC completely as follows:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings “CertificateRevocation” = ‘1’
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Attachments “SaveZoneInformation” = ‘0’
4. Reboot the computer normally to take effective, when the above steps are done.
As it is discussed, the Exploit:HTML/Fiexp.F virus does great harm to the target computer. It is designed to damage the contaminated system and pilfer important information from unknown computer users. In fact, the Trojan corrupts your computer greatly to cause system crash and computer freezing problems. It slows down the system performance and affects executable programs greatly. Most of your favorite settings are typically changed unexpectedly. As a matter of fact, many executable programs are corrupted by this Trojan to function normally, especially the anti-virus program. If you have no idea of this Trojan removal, please contact YooCare PC experts 24/7 online who will offer you the most effective tech support to remove the risky virus successfully.
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Published by & last updated on April 21, 2014 5:25 am