Has your antivirus software detected Trojan.zeroaccess!g10 virus in your computer? Does it show up again and again after you reboot the computer? How can you get rid of it completely from your computer? Is there any way or tool that can help?
Trojan.zeroaccess!g10 is categorized as a nasty Trojan infection that may be detected by your antivirus programs but cannot be removed by any of them. This Trojan virus is created by hackers who have been qualified with better computer skills to damage your computer and collect valuable information to make illegal benefits. That’s why it can sneak into your computer without permission. If you cannot manage to delete this virus in time, it will help other viruses and malware to get into your computer to do further damages.
To be more specific, Trojan.zeroaccess!g10 virus can 1) bring a third party into your computer without your acknowledge and follow all your activities in order to collect personal information; 2) bring more viruses, malware and spyware into your computer through created system flaws; 3) create a lot of pop ups constantly to interrupt you while using the infected computer; 4) drop infected files and folders into your computer to mess up with system ones; 5) slow down the computer generally. To prevent you and your computer from more damages, you should try to get rid of this Trojan virus manually and immediately.
In case that any mistake might occur and cause unpredictable damages during this manual process, please spend some time on making a backup beforehand. Then follow these steps given as below:
1. Reboot the infected computer and repeatedly hit F8 key before start up screen shows; then use up and down arrow keys to select Safe mode with networking and press Enter to access system;
2. Open Control Panel – Folder Options – View tab – tick Show hidden files and folders & non-tick Hide protected operating system files (Recommended) – click OK;
3. Press Windows+R keys to open the Run window and then type in regedit to open Registry Editor;
5. Find out and delete all these associating files as below:
%Documents and Settings%\[UserName]\Application Data\[random]
%AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\. (Trojan.zeroaccess!g10)
6. Find out and remove all these associating registry entries:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\”Shell” = “[random].exe”
7. Restart the computer to normal mode when the above steps are done.
A Trojan virus like this Trojan.zeroaccess!g10 can be very common as a cyber infection. It can invite other threats to your computer such as Australian Federal Police Ukash virus. You can come across this virus once you visit some hacked sites, download unknown “free” programs or receive spam emails. Even if you have protections from more than one antivirus software, a specially hacked virus can still sneak into your computer to do all the above damages. You may claim that you have behaved well online and never visited porno or other related websites. The fact is, some hacked sites do not look different than normal ones. Then how can we tell the differences between them? That’s quite another concept to explain which I’m sure you can do some related researches online. But to minimize your risks to viruses, here are some things you can bear in mind: 1) Set your homepages and stick to certain search engines; 2) Do not click on searching results provided by unknown search engines; 3) Download and install programs from authorized websites such as .org sites; 4) Keep your antivirus on and updated.
Note: To completely get rid of this Trojan.zeroaccess!g10 virus from your computer, manual removal is the most effective way to do it. If you find it difficult to follow the above steps and are afraid of causing other damages, please contact YooCare Online Expert and let them help you out of this mess now.
Published by Vinson J.Porche & last updated on May 24, 2013 4:28 am