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What Can I Do to Get Rid of Jaku Botnet

Published May 8th, 2016 by Diana

It is said that 19,000 or more computer users are infected with Jaku, and victims are assembled in Asia-Pacific region, especially in Japan and South Korea. Others less infected countries are Singapore, Thailand, and Malaysia.

Know More About Jaku Botnet

Jaku Botnet falls into the harmful Trojan category, and it generally encrypts the all files to generate profit. All the Windows versions are its target, including Windows 7,8,10, and XP. Once infected, the registry will be changed as soon as possible. Jaku has attacked thousands of computers in a short time, and it’s a threat designed by hackers with advanced technology. Jaku invades into computers without asking permissions from victims, so victims aren’t conscious about its arriving until hackers initiate cyber attacks.

Jaku Botnet Is Very Harmful

Hackers may use all of the compromised devices included in a botnet for Distributed Denial of Service attacks and spam campaigns. Moreover, hackers can steal sensitive information from infected computers by remote controlling. The information includes important files, accounts and ID numbers, even passports, which may causes financial loses. Sometimes, to achieve specific purpose, additional cyber threats in the botnet are uploaded by Jaku. Jaku may get into the computer if victims download corrupted torrents. So, you shouldn’t trust free downloads from malicious websites, or these may put the computer system into danger.

Differently, Jaku writers use three separate servers to maintain the botnet instead of only one Command and Control server, which in return makes the botnet really stable. Jaku not only attacks government organizations, but also some non-government organizations, such as engineering companies and technology firms. All of the infected systems are forced to act just like one after hackers send corresponding instructions to the infected systems. During this process, various systems are forced to be shutdown and personal information may be revealed.

To remove this malicious program, or avoid being infected, you may in need of a powerful anti-virus software. Here, we have a recommendation: SpyHunter. It’s a well-known anti spaware, and popular with customers. You can believe that this software can solve problems in regard to computer viruses.

How to Remove Jaku Botnet from Infected Computer

Approach A:  remove Jaku Botnet from infected computer manually

Approach B:  remove Jaku Botnet from infected computer automatically

 

Approach A:  remove Jaku Botnet from infected computer manually

1.Click “Start Menu” then get into “Control Panel”.

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open “Windows Add/Remove program” and then uninstall all the infectious program.

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2.Pressing Alt+Ctrl+Del to open “Windows Task Manager” and then choosing all the Jaku related processes, click to “End Task”.

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3. Delete Jaku registry entries from the “Registry Editor”.
Click “Start Menu”, use the search box to search “ redegit” and choose “regedit.exe”. Then remove all Trojan related registry entries from “Registry Editor”.

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Approach B:  remove Jaku Botnet from infected computer automatically

Step 1:Download Malwarebytes Anti-spyware
Download the Malwarebytes by clicking the button

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Step 2:Install Malwarebytes step by step

After downloading the installation package, double click the icon to install.

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Follow the guides Malwarebytes installation window shows to finish installation

Step 3:To have a full scan of the computer
Click “Scan Now” to start.

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Step 4:Remove all malware infections
When finishing, all the malware infections detected by Malwarebytes will be listed, tick all the items and then click “Remove Selected”.

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Note: During the removal process, Malwarebytes may require you to reboot the system
in order to clean all the threats completely, please allow it to do so.

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Infected with Worm.Win32.Bundpil.awi? – How to Manually Remove Worm.Win32.Bundpil.awifrom Windows

Published December 3rd, 2015 by Genevieve

“How can I remove Worm.Win32.Bundpil.awi from my computer? It has affected my USB. I scanned it using Microsoft Windows Malicious Software removal tool, but it wasn’t detected. I even scanned it using Kaspersky, it detected the virus, but said that it was unable to remove it since it was blocked.”

 

Worm.Win32.Bundpil.awi is a disaster

Worm.Win32.Bundpil.awi is detected as a malicious computer threat, which has the ability to replicate itself in order to spread to other computers. It is a worm. Technically speaking, it doesn’t need to attach itself to an existing program, but often uses a computer network to spread itself, relying on security failures on the target computer to access it. Read the rest of this post »

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Basic Knowledge About Computer Security

Published November 26th, 2015 by Tee Support Agents
  • What is a Port?

Path in and out of computers. Serial port and parallel port in personal computer is the external slot used to insert into and connect a communication line, modem and printer. In the process of programming, the port can be a symbol interface; it can also come from the application or utility.

  • What is a Firewall?

The software or hardware facility to achieve the effect of network and information security by isolating the rest of the Internet from the subnet of the Internet. Firewalls can be installed in a separate router, used to filter unwanted packets, and can also be installed in the router and the host to play a greater role in the protection of network security. Firewalls are widely used to allow users to access the Internet after a security barrier, but also to be used to separate the public network service and the enterprise internal network. In addition, the firewall can be used to protect the security of a part of the enterprise internal network. For example, a research or accounting network may be vulnerable to a glimpse from the enterprise internal network.
The firewall can determine which internal services allow external access, which outsiders are allowed to access the internal services, which external services can be accessed by the internal staff. In order to make the firewall work, all the information from and to the Internet must be in and out via the firewall. The firewall only allows the authorized information to pass through, and the firewall itself cannot be penetrated. Read the rest of this post »

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How to Remove SAPE.Heur.9BDD4 From Your PC Thoroughly?

Published August 31st, 2015 by Nancy

What is SAPE.Heur.9BDD4?

SAPE.Heur.9BDD4 is detected as a Trojan horse that is capable of corrupting your system security and open backdoor for remote attackers. Many computer users have no idea that how the bug infiltrate the system. They often get infected with the Trojan out of notification. In fact, similar to other computer threats, it can be bundled with some free software that downloads from unreliable sources. Besides, it can also hide in corrupted/hacked websites, spam emails, malicious links, etc. Once infected, it will perform a series of harmful actions on your PC without needing your approval. Read the rest of this post »

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Get Rid of TrojanDownloader:JS/Nemucod – How to Remove TrojanDownloader:JS/Nemucod Safely and Completely?

Published April 1st, 2015 by Monica

Details of TrojanDownloader:JS/Nemucod

TrojanDownloader:JS/Nemucod is classified as a Trojan horse which can inject malicious codes to pave way for the coming Trojan horse or other threats. Created by cyber criminals, this threat doesn’t come alone. TrojanDownloader:JS/Nemucod.N and TrojanDownloader:JS/Nemucod.L are its siblings. When it successfully invaded a PC, it can hide itself into temp folders to avoid being detected. It injects its codes to your registry codes to run in the background every time you start up your PC. It creates and deletes files randomly. Thus your machine may perform poorer. And the Trojan horse can receive instructions from its remote server and download malicious programs to invade your PC and steal your banking and social media credentials. It can attack almost all versions of Windows. You should not take it slightly. Read the rest of this post »

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Trojan.Kryptik.CWXG Attack Your PC? – How to Remove Trojan.Kryptik.CWXG?

Published March 30th, 2015 by Nancy

Knowledge about Trojan.Kryptik.CWXG

Trojan.Kryptik.CWXG is detected as a kind of Trojan virus which can sneak into the operating system and perform a series of malicious activity without asking the user’s permission. You should note that this virus will always start when Windows is started. And it has capacity to communicate with remote computers and receive commands. This Trojan usually sneaks into your computer when you download some freeware or shareware from some unsafe websites, open some unknown spam emails/email attachment and visit some unsafe or even malicious websites. Thus, you should be pay more attention when you are surfing online. Read the rest of this post »

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