Sunday, April 13, 2014

Remove Trojan Horse Generic35 that Causes Corrupted Executable file and Disabled WLM

Infected with Trojan horse Generic35
  • COM surrogates keep using all your CPU.
  • Additional pop-up ads are showing on a computer. 
  • Trojan horse Generic35 keeps calling C:\Windows\explorer.exe.
  • Browser hijacking and redirecting problem start showing up.
  • Unsolicited installations are made.
  • Error messages would be triggered.


Who Sent Trojan Horse Generic35 to My Computer?


No one is sending Trojan horse Generic35 to you. It can be said that it is you that alleviating the infiltration by the Trojan horse. Cyber criminals created the Trojan horse with some capability of exploiting vulnerability/backdoor/bugs/loopholes. Should you have any one of them or access to something that has any one of them will result in Trojan horse Generic35 affection.



Are You Well Aware of How Dangerous Trojan Horse Generic35 Is?


Some victims may not suffer from mechanical damages due to strict protection. Yet most of victims will do as what Trojan Horse Generic35 wants from infiltrations is confidential information. To achieve that goal, drivers concerning security service, browser settings and the services related to the above two will be numerated and overwritten with some vicious codes. As a result, Trojan Horse Generic35 manages to connect to the ads outside and takes advantage of the web technologies (BHO, Applet, ActiveX and JavaScript) to collect confidential information such as online whereabouts and log-in credentials for profitable revenue and broader spread.

Backdoor program is attached to Trojan Horse Generic35. With the backdoor, the cyber criminal behind it would able to access the collected information and add in additional vicious code or command to conduct more vicious deeds. Therefore, the earlier the removal is, the easier the removal would be and the less the problem will occur. Since security service is disabled and some background processes are called by Trojan Horse Generic35, automatic removal by anti-virus programs is losing efficacy.

Below is the manual removal method to follow up. Be noted that additional infections might be detected in the middle of the procedure, one should go to virus reservoir for corresponding solution. As it is impossible to guess which infection would be worming into the affected computer through the backdoor/vulnerability Trojan Horse Generic35 makes, the below removal thread is restricted to Trojan Horse Generic35. Should you have any difficulty in removing the Trojan horse, you are welcome to start a live chat and ask for professionals from Global PC Support Center to take it down and other incurred issues altogether.



Steps to Remove Trojan Horse Generic35


1. please close down System Restore function as Trojan Horse Generic35 could inject its vicious code into every detected restore points and restore itself automatically after being remove incompletely.


2. enter into Safe Mode to run full scan with anti-virus program and note down the path name directing to Trojan Horse Generic35.

Windows 7/Vista/XP
Restart the affected computer > keep tapping on “F8 key” when the computer is booting > select ‘Safe Mode’ on  “Windows Advanced Options Menu” screen > press Enter key.

Windows 8
Restart the affected computer > hold the Shift button and keep tapping on the F8 key as the computer is booting >  ‘See advanced repair options’ > ‘Troubleshoot’ > ‘Advanced Options’ > ‘Windows Startup Settings’ > ‘Restart’ button.


3. end the running processes related to Trojan Horse Generic35 according to the path name shown in Task Manager and System Information respectively.

Access Task Manager > View > select columns > tick "PID" and "Path name" > go to open up System Information > end the process with path name directing to Trojan Horse Generic35 's path or the path that doesn't belong to system.
(tip: find the services directing to Trojan Horse Generic35' s path or the path that doesn't belong to system for step 5)


4) unveil all hidden items and remove items generated by Trojan Horse Generic35 from local disk.

Windows 7/XP/Vista- Control Panel > user accounts and family safety > Folder Options > View tab > tick ‘Show hidden files and folders’ > non-tick ‘Hide protected operating system files (Recommended)’ > OK button.

Windows 8 - Windows Explorer > View tab > tick ‘File name extensions’ and ‘Hidden items’ > OK button.
Access the detected path and remove all the items there.
Access C:\Windows, C:\Windows\System32, C:\windows\winstart.bat, C:\windows\wininit.ini and C:\windows\Autoexec.bat to remove all the files and folders detected on the date when Trojan Horse Generic35 was firstly found.


5) access Database to remove the items generated by Trojan Horse Generic35.
  • Press down Win key and R key together > type “regedit” > hit Enter key > remove the values under the following entries:
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTWindowFiles\Check_Associations
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREClientsStartMenuInternetINTEXPLORE.pif\ToP
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun\[random numbers and letters]
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTCLSID{random numbers} shellOpenHomePageCommand. HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\Shell
  •  Next use Ctrl+F key combination to put in the suspicious service detected in step 3 > hit Find button > end the services in Database.


You are at the point where you want to just buy another new computer cuz you consider yourself pretty good with computers, but this has you flummoxed. I highly recommend you to try with this removal method in an attempt to get your comp back to normal as it is not worth of getting new computer every time when hitting by vicious infections. You should know that there are many aggressive and intrusive and destructive ones on the Internet. 




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