How to Remove the Trojan.Generic Virus

By Thomas King

Trojan.Generic is a malicious program. It is particularly dangerous because it has the ability to steal the information stored on your computer and communicate it to a remote hacker. This means that anything on your computer, such as online banking passwords, credit card numbers and personal email messages, may be viewed by a remote hacker. In addition, Trojan.Generic slows your computer and decreases your available memory. But you can manually remove the trojan's components using utilities in the Windows Vista or Windows 7 operating systems.

End Processes

Step 1

Press "Ctrl," "Alt" plus "Delete" or "Ctrl," "Shift" plus "Escape" to open the Task Manager.

Step 2

Click the "Processes" tab and then the "Show Processes From All Users" button.

Step 3

End the following processes (listed under "Image Name"). To end a process, right-click the process and select "End Process."qjopkrqr.exe qxinghqj.exe qhgzkhsb.exe vixkdwru.exe hmdqjiha.exe ozgjilsp.exe afsfyryv.exe lmtqbybg.exe fofibgdq.exe irsrmxkp.exe hslsvstu.exe revkxadi.exe mharsxyt.exe xybetila.exe cpmhqrsz.exe lgfcbuxg.exe ruxqnafi.exe tifsvyju.exe mcntqkdn.exe hkxqdwbq.exe Cwie.exe pojsjato.exe uhyfmlep.exe

Step 4

Close the Task Manager.

Delete Registry Editor

Step 1

Click "Start," type "Regedit" into the Start Search box and press "Enter." The Registry Editor opens.

Step 2

Delete the following registry values from the left pane of the Registry Editor. To remove a registry value, right-click the registry value and then select "Delete." If you are having trouble locating a particular registry value, click "Edit" and "Find" and type the registry value into the box. Then click "Find Next."{9B5D62CC-A31F-41E6-AB67-9D51D48B5C07}Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Browser Helper Objects {FF35337D-A428-4003-A964-D4E1A31DB902}{A98D0065-7326-41B5-B8D9-C5B692CDB82F}{B1FFEAF8-F7C8-445D-98FE-9AD04897C6AE}{63AB48C9-01A8-495C-8194-A715DB8A37A2}{a1e653d7-374b-4f3c-aa1d-fd259c751c11}

Step 3

Close the Registry Editor.

Unregister DLLs

Step 1

Click "Start," type "Cmd" into the Start Search box and press "Enter." The Command Prompt opens.

Step 2

Type the following commands into the Command Prompt. Press "Enter" after each command. regsvr32 /u iifdCrSI.dllregsvr32 /u chvwbfqc.dllregsvr32 /u ormwpxlm.dllregsvr32 /u ssqRLCTM.dllregsvr32 /u dvquerch.dllregsvr32 /u clrldfqv.dllregsvr32 /u mmvnuepo.dllregsvr32 /u fcccdaxv.dllregsvr32 /u iifgEvTj.dllregsvr32 /u ifgEvTj.dllregsvr32 /u wvUmkICr.dllregsvr32 /u ddcYRJBs.dll

Step 3

Close the Command Prompt.

Delete Files

Step 1

Click "Start" and click the "Search" box.

Step 2

Search for and delete each of the following files. To delete a file, right-click the file and select "Delete."qjopkrqr.exe qxinghqj.exe qhgzkhsb.exe vixkdwru.exe hmdqjiha.exe ozgjilsp.exe afsfyryv.exe lmtqbybg.exe fofibgdq.exe irsrmxkp.exe hslsvstu.exe revkxadi.exe mharsxyt.exe xybetila.exe cpmhqrsz.exe lgfcbuxg.exe ruxqnafi.exe tifsvyju.exe mcntqkdn.exe hkxqdwbq.exe Cwie.exe pojsjato.exe uhyfmlep.exe

Step 3

Restart your computer.

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