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How to Remove Rootkit Blob from Windows Easily and Thoroughly

Published June 18th, 2015 by Genevieve

Rootkit Blob is really annoying:

“Hi all,
My microsoft security essentials keeps picking up a rookit named Blob that’s in my registry i think. Now microsoft security essentials doesn’t block it or quarantine it. it just wants me to send it to microsoft. I tried running malwarebytes anti-rootkit but it doesn’t pick it up. That’s the only thing that keeps popping up. No other malware as i know of. Can anyone tell me what it is? Thank you!”

Know more about Rootkit Blob

Rootkit Blob is typically a malicious and stealthy type of software which is designed to hide the existence of certain processes or programs from normal methods of detection and enables attackers to gain administrator access to a computer. Read the rest of this post »

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Attacked by Rootkit.Cidox.H.VBR – Useful Tips to Remove Rootkit.Cidox.H.VBR Virus

Published December 25th, 2014 by Genevieve

Brief Introduction to Rootkit.Cidox.H.VBR

Rootkit.Cidox.H.VBR is recognized as a malicious rootkit virus which is able to drop several small but malicious rootkits into your operating system to disorder your computer and conduct a series of activities to damage your online safety. Read the rest of this post »

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How to Remove MBR:Cidox-E[Rtk] Effectively – Removal Tips for Rootkit

Published November 26th, 2014 by Lena Jones

My computer is infected with MBR:Cidox-E rootkit. I don’t know how to get rid of it. Many thanks in advance for any help! Here in this post, there will be the removal guide to delete MBR:Cidox-E[Rtk] for your reference.

Information of MBR:Cidox-E[Rtk]

MBR:Cidox-E[Rtk] is a malicious Rootkit infection which is used by the malware authors hide malware on your PC and then monitor, filter, and steal your data or abuse your computer’s resources, such as using your PC for bitcoin mining. By using a rootkit, a hacker hopes to protect and maintain their hidden presence on your PC for as long as possible. A successful rootkit can potentially remain in place for years if it is undetected. All this time it will steal information and resources from your PC.

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Remove Rootkit.Cidox.G.VBR Virus (Step-by-Step Removal Instructions)

Published November 17th, 2014 by Lena Jones

My computer is infected with Rootkit.Cidox.G.VBR. I don’t know how to get rid of it. Any help you can provide is most appreciated. Here in this post, there will be the removal guide to delete Rootkit.Cidox.G.VBR completely.

Information of Rootkit.Cidox.G.VBR

Rootkit.Cidox.G.VBR is a type of Rootkit infection which can hide malware on your PC. Malware hidden by rootkits often monitor, filter, and steal your data or abuse your computer’s resources, such as using your PC for bitcoin mining.  Once this Rootkit.Cidox.G.VBR virus gets into your computer, it can corrupt the system by changing and messing up the system with lots of malicious files and registries. It will take up the CPU and lead to the poor performance of the computer. Read the rest of this post »

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Remove ztorsftdgh.vbs Virus (Detailed Manual Removal Guide)

Published October 12th, 2013 by Cindy Young

PLEASE HELP!!! My flash drive got infected with the virus named ztorsftdgh.vbs and I think it also infected my computer. It makes all my files and folders into a shortcut. I can still open my files but I just hate how they’re all shortcuts! I want all to be restored. I’ve tried to unhide all the corrupted files by scanning my system with installed antivirus but failed finally. The tricky thing can’t be detected in any antivirus. What’s the best solution to fix this trouble maker? I bet there is something wrong with my PC. Any suggestion?

Knowledge of Ztorsftdgh.vbs

ztorsftdgh.vbs is determined by Tee Support labs as a risky rootkit infection which seriously compromises target computer and victim’s individual privacy. Typically ztorsftdgh.vbs is distributed wildly through hacked websites like porn or gambling sites. Also it can be embedded into spam email attachments, insecure shareware or freeware downloads. It’s an intricate and crafty thing that’s quite capable to take advantage of security vulnerabilities to infiltrate PC system without direct permission of user. Read the rest of this post »

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Guide to Completely Remove Rootkit.boot.Harbinger.a Virus (Manual Removal)

Published July 21st, 2013 by Cindy Young

Has your desktop or laptop being attacked by a hazardous infection called “Rootkit.boot.Harbinger.a”? Top antivirus software like (AVG, Norton, McAfee, Avast, MSE, Kaspersky, Spybot) detected it but cannot handle it? Are you looking for an effective way to remove it from your PC? This step-by-step guide can help you safely and quickly remove Rootkit.boot.Harbinger.a. Learn more.

Rootkit.boot.Harbinger.a Information

Rootkit.boot.Harbinger.a is identified as a high-level Trojan virus that can do lots of destructive behavior on a compromised machine. Typically it sneaks into target machines unknowingly while users are performing something insecure via the internet and is good at infecting PCs deeply by utilizing rootkit technology. Ways of getting infected with this virus may include instant-messaging network, email spread, hacked websites or freeware download, etc. Read the rest of this post »

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