Is your computer infected with JS:BProtect-A [TRJ] virus? Avast or other antivirus programs keep blocking this virus and cannot eliminate it permanently? How did it come to your system in the first place? Is it dangerous for your computer security and privacy? Now computer who got infected with this Trojan must have a hard time removing this Trojan because it can come back again and again on the next scan. In some cases, your security tool even doesn’t give you any option to delete it. Therefore, it is suggested victims follow the manual removal instruction below.
JS:BProtect-A [TRJ] is classified as Trojan that usually comes along with another virus called Win32: BProtect-D[Trj] that aims to damage a target computer. Though this Trojan virus could be picked out by your antivirus program, it can’t be eliminated completely. The kind of virus is tricky and stubborn. Once installed, it adds corrupted files and alters its characteristics and positions in the contaminated Windows system. It blocks your current antivirus program and takes up large system resources, making computer sluggish and unable to respond. In addition, it may change your browser settings including Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari and more other web browsers in order to generate numerous intrusive ads and push you to pay something you don’t need.
It is no doubt that your machine is going to suffer many horrible attacks once it is infected with JS:BProtect-A [TRJ] virus. Normally, this Trojan horse comes into your computer by the means of being bundled with free software that you download from the third parties. It also can be installed after you download spam email attachments, visit suspicious websites, open intrusive links, or click malicious pop-ups. Just like other similar Trojan viruses, this virus is also able to open backdoors on target system which means it can install other spyware and unwanted programs to your computer without getting your permission. The worst thing is that it helps the cyber criminals monitor what you are doing on the computer and could probably collect your valuable information. As a result, your important information and sensitive privacy such as usernames, passwords, credit card details and bank account information will be at risk. Thus, it is urgent to remove JS:BProtect-A [TRJ] virus before it causes great damage and loss.
It can bypass the legit security tools and destroy your computer secretly.
It prevents you from opening some application because the files are corrupted.
It can make your browser redirected to all kinds of malicious websites.
It is able to allow remote hacker access the compromised system for illicit purpose.
From malicious drive-by-download scripts from corrupted porn and shareware / freeware websites.
Through spam email attachments, media downloads and social networks.
When clicking suspicious pop-ups or malicious links.
Open unknown email or download media files that contain the activation code of the virus.
Note: No matter how the virus accesses your PC, users should know that there are no tools can remove this pesky Trojan automatically at this moment, it is suggested users not spend much time in downloading or paying any security software which claims can delete this stubborn virus. It is totally useless. To completely get rid of JS:BProtect-A [TRJ], professional manual guide is needed.
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. And here is the step-by-step removal guide for all computer users.
1. End the malicious process from Task Manager.
Once JS:BProtect-A [TRJ] virus is installed, computer user may notice that CPU usage randomly jumps to 100 percent. At any time Windows always has many running processes. A process is an individual task that the computer runs. In general, the more processes, the more work the computer has to do and the slower it will run. If your system’s CPU spike is constant and remain at a constant 90-95%, users should check from Task Manager and see if there is a suspicious process occupying system resources and then end it immediately.
(The name of the virus process can be random.)
Press Ctrl+Shift+Esc to quickly bring up Task Manager Window：
2. 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.
3. 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 Windows key + R to open Run box. In the “Open” field, type “regedit” and click the “OK” button.
Then a Registry Editor window will pop up as the following picture shows:
b. Search malicious files and registry entries and then remove all of them:
JS:BProtect-A [TRJ] is a dangerous Trojan horse that targets on the Windows OS computer so it is capable of running on Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 or even Windows 8 (8.1) system. This virus is stubborn and malicious, it will keep appearing after restarting or rescanning the infected PC, and it will notably decrease your PC performance. To be more specific, once your PC is infected it will take a long time to turn on or shut down and blue screen problem may occur from time to time. By running in the background, it downloads harmful PC viruses like spyware, rogueware and adware without user’s knowledge. Moreover, it may lead to financial loss because with the help of this Trojan, hackers and cyber criminals can access to your computer via the remote server. In a word, JS:BProtect-A [TRJ] virus should be deleted as quickly as possible.
Note: If you are not knowledgeable enough to be able to distinguish the location of this virus, or you are afraid of making mistake during the manual removal, please contact experts from Yoocare Online Tech Support for further help.
Published by & last updated on April 13, 2015 1:27 am
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