How to Remove the Trojan.Generic Virus

Trojan.Generic puts your personal information at risk.

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.dll regsvr32 /u chvwbfqc.dll regsvr32 /u ormwpxlm.dll regsvr32 /u ssqRLCTM.dll regsvr32 /u dvquerch.dll regsvr32 /u clrldfqv.dll regsvr32 /u mmvnuepo.dll regsvr32 /u fcccdaxv.dll regsvr32 /u iifgEvTj.dll regsvr32 /u ifgEvTj.dll regsvr32 /u wvUmkICr.dll regsvr32 /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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