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Remove Win64:Patched-A[Trj] trojan horse

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Post Sat Mar 08, 2014 11:37 pm

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What is Win64:Patched-A[Trj]
Win64:Patched-A[Trj] can be categorized as a malicious trojan horse that mainly attacks users whose computers run on Windows operating system. When it first comes to a compromised computer, it will hide very deeply so that no antivirus programs can detect it. After surviving, it will begin to carry out what it is programmed to do.acting as other trojans, Win64:Patched-A[Trj] can open backdoors in your computer to allow hackers into your PC and makes your computer become more vulnerable to virus’ attack. If any antivirus try to remove it, it can delete their program files, completely crippling antivirus. But if it unfortunately delete your system files, that would be a disaster because it may lead your system to freeze a lot, crash. Hackers would prefer trojan horse to spread anther kind of viruses, so maybe there are also other infections in your computer. After a few days, antivirus programs, such as Norton or AVG can detect Win64:Patched-A[Trj],and remove it, but sooner you will see that Win64:Patched-A[Trj] once again is detected by your antivirus programs. Therefore, to remove this threat, you have to remove it manually so that you can completely get rid of its executive files, corrupted registry values and its components. If you are not familiar with computers, you can refer to our instructions or please feel free to contact our 24/7 online experts for tech support.


How to remove Win64:Patched-A[Trj] trojan horse&virus

Step 1: Launch your computer into Safe Mode with Networking.
Hit Ctrl+Shift+Esc to enter Task Manager and then find Win64:Patched-A[Trj] and stop it.


Step 2: Show all hidden files.
Click : Start->Control Panel->Appearance and Personalization->Folder Option->View.
under the View tab, check Show hidden files, folders and drivers. And uncheck Hide protected operating system files (Recommended) and then click OK.


Step 3: Go to registry editor and delete related registry values:
press Win(the key between Ctrl+Alt) + R and then type regedit to enter registry.


Then find the following regsitry values and remove them :

Step 4: Clean those system files:

Attetnion: you should be careful when you carry out manual removal process as one step wrong in deleting registry values will cause a big failure to the system. If you are not sure about what to do, contact our 24/7 online experts and we will take care of your PC.


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