How to remove Trojan Trojan.Zeroaccess.B

Trojan.Zeroaccess :  Trojan.Zeroaccess was detected by Symantec on Jul 12 2011. The number of incidents and its geographical disribution of Trojan.Zeroaccess is low. On Jul 12 2011 Symantec released updates for this Trojan. Norton AntiVirus is capable of protecting your computer against this threat. Removal of trojan Trojan.Zeroaccess is easy. The level of damage Trojan.Zeroaccess can make is low. Trojan.Zeroaccess affects computer systems with Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows NT, Windows Server 2003, Windows 2000 operating systems.

Trojan.Zeroaccess.B is a dangerous computer parasite. It is a different version of Trojan.Zeroaccess .  The Trojan uses a very complex technique to conceal itself.  This  is a Rootkit ibfection. It may also allow malware author to access the infected computer from a remote location.  Since the Trojan.Zeroaccess  have the full control on the infected computer This entry does not need computer user’s permission. Trojan.Zeroaccess.B has all means to control the infected system. It can inject codes to several processes and runs on its own on every start of Windows.

Main Symptoms:

  • It will shutdown the computer automatically.
  • It will slowdown the computer performance.
  • Google Redirection.
  • Continuous Attacks from the unsafe websites and remote computers.
  • Unwanted Pop ups.

Removal instructions using auto fix tools.

 

Download and save the ZeroAccess Removal Tool– Symantec.com on your Desktop. The name of the FixZerAccess.exe After that open the file from your desktop. Proceeds with the instructions you can see on the screen. It will restart the computer automatically. After the restart when you start the computer you will get a prompt to run the software again.  Click on Run once again. It will identify and fix all the infections. You will get a window like this.

 

 

To check it’s presence or if it is fixed you have to do one thing.

In Windows XP
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Click on the start meanu and press on Run.
Inside the Run window type CMD and press on Okay.
In the black Command Window type
NETSH WINSOCK RESET and hit on enter.

If you get a message
Sucessfully reset the Winsock Catalog. You must restart the machine in order to complete the reset.” then you are safe.
If not your computer is infected. The only solution to fix it is a Fresh Installation.

In Windows Vista and Windows 7
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Click on the Start Menu and in the Search box type CMD
At the top you can see a CMD file. Just right click on that file and select Run as

Administrator.

In the black Command Window type
NETSH WINSOCK RESET and hit on enter.

If you get a message
“Sucessfully reset the Winsock Catalog. You must restart the machine in order to complete the reset.” then you are safe.

If not your computer is infected. In windows Vista and Windows 7 a successful system restore will fix the issue. Try a system restore to a good point.

After a successful system restore try to do the same step again. If you got the message “Sucessfully reset the Winsock Catalog.
You must restart the machine in order to complete the reset.” your computer is safe and secure from the Trojan.Zeroaccess.B Rootkit.

 

Kuttus

Kuttus is an IT professional and a part time blogger. He has started the 123seminarsonly to write his findings gained in daily work life. Kuttus writes articles which are mostly related to technology and Virus Removal. He has been interested in virus and Malware removal. He is working as a remote virus removal technician from the last 7 year.

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