A trojan horse virus is a form of malicious software that leaves your computer open to attack. It appears as a useful software from a trusted source but hidden inside is usually something harmful, probably a worm, virus, spyware, keyloggers etc. that can damage once installed or run on your computer. Trojan viruses can be removed automatically using an antivirus program. Some Trojan viruses, however, have the ability to disable your antivirus program and even your Internet connection. If this occurs, you will need to remove the Trojan virus manually.
Steps to remove Trojan virus manually
End Associated Processes
• Press"Ctrl," "Alt" and "Delete" keys to open the Windows Task Manager.
• Click the "Processes" tab of the Task Manager.
• Click "Show Processes From All Users."
• End all of the processes associated with the Trojan virus. To end a process, right-click the process and select "End Process" from the context menu that appears.
• Close the Task Manager.
Delete Associated Registry Entries
• Click "Start" and type "regedit" into the "Search" box and press "Enter" to open the Registry Editor.
• Locate all of the registry entries associated with the Trojan virus in the left pane of the Registry Editor and delete them.
• Close the Registry Editor.
• Click "Start" and then click the "Search" box.
• Search for and delete all of the files associated with the Trojan virus. To delete a file, right-click the file and select "Delete" from the context menu that appears.
• Restart your computer.
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