Tag Archives: Rootkit

How to remove Boot.Pihar [Removal Guide]


Boot.Pihar or Rootkit.Boot.Pihar.C is a well known rootkit and is able to hide its presence on the compromised computer, that is the main reason why several antivirus programs may not detect the presence of Boot.Pihar. Boot.Pihar will also infect the MBR (Master Boor Record), thus Boot.Pihar will be executed by the system before operating system will start. So the most virusscanners or internet security suites are not capable of removing… Read More »

Luhe.Sirefef.A – removal instructions


When AVG Antivirus Free of AVG Internet Security has found a Luhe.Sirefef.A infection, then your computer is infected with a ZeroAccess / Sirefef rootkit. Luhe.Sirefef.A is a dangerous malware infection which infects many computers around the world and is almost circulating for several years with different modifications to its functionality. The latest Luhe.Sirefef.A variants wil change the “symlinks” Junction reparse point of Microsoft Security Essentials and Windows Defender.  Luhe.Sirefef.A is… Read More »

W32.backboot.gen – Removal Instructions

W32.backboot.gen – Removal Instructions

W32.backboot.gen is a dangerous trojan also known as a rootkit. This type of malware possesses the ability to steal password and other sensitive personal information from the compromised computer. Once W32.backboot.gen is installed on the compromised computer, it becomes possible to hide it self from detection of your security software; it is also able to maintain administrator access to your computer and essential system files. It can full control over… Read More »

Trojan Horse Generic29.AJGE – Removal Instructions

Trojanhorse Generic29.AJGE - Removal Guide

Trojan Horse Generic29.AJGE is probably one of the most difficult infections to remove from your computer, Trojanhorse Generic29.AJGE is a typical detection name of AVG Antivirus or AVG Internet Security. This Trojanhorse Generic29.AJGE  is also known as Sirefef, ZeroAccess, Rootkit.0access or Trojan.0access rootkit. One of the most common symptoms of Trojan Horse Generic29.AJGE is that services.exe is infected, the rootkit will modify or overwrite this file. Because this is an essential systemfile… Read More »

Infected with sirefef.Gen!C – [Removal Guide]

ZeroAccess removal

If your computer is infected with Sirefef.Gen!C, Win32/Sirefef, patched.b.gen, or Conedex then you have to deal with the ZeroAccess infection. This malware is also known as “ZeroAccess” or “Max++” and ESET detects all the different variants of this rootkit as Win32/Sirefef. This threat is also capable of downloading other malware on to the compromised computer, some of which may be Misleading Applications that display fake information about threats found on the… Read More »

Trojan.zeroaccess!inF4 [Removal Guide]

Trojan.zeroaccess!inF4 [Removal Guide]

Trojan.zeroaccess!inF4 is probably one of the most difficult infections to remove from your computer, Trojan.zeroaccess!inF4 is  a typical detection name of Norton Internet Security. This rootkit is also known as Sirefef, ZeroAccess, Rootkit.0access or Trojan.0access. One of the most common symptoms of Trojan.zeroaccess!inF4 is that services.exe is infected, the rootkit will modify or overwrite this file. Because this is an essential systemfile it can’t be deleted but it must be… Read More »

Rootkit.0access – Trojan.0Access [Removal Guide]

Rootkit.0access – Trojan.0Access [Removal Guide]

Rootkit.0access or Trojan.0access is a well-known rootkit equipped with advanced technology which facilitates it to hide deep in the infected system and has the ability to hide for the removal of antivirus programs. Mostly, Rootkit.0access or Trojan.0access is used to open the backdoors of the compromised system, download other malware related programs and even create a hidden file system which allows it to store all its components. The Rootkit.0access or Trojan.0access… Read More »

How to use Malwarebytes Anti-Rootkit to remove rootkits

Malwarebytes Anti-Rootkit is just as Malwarebytes Anti-Malware a free malware removal program, but Malwarebytes Anti-Rootkit especially for detecting and removing rootkits from your computer. A rootkit is a difficult piece of malware to remove from your system, because a rootkit can hide the precence of malware in your system. Most variants are installing own kernel mode drivers and services in the system and modifying low-level API functions. Most of the… Read More »

ZeroAccess rootkit [Removal guide]

ZeroAccess removal

ZeroAccess is a advanced kernel-mode rootkit also known as Sirefef, that is one of the most widespread threats in the current malware scene. ZeroAccess is ability to run on both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows, resilient peer-to-peer command and control infrastructure and constant updates to its functionality over time show that ZeroAccess is a modern threat capable of thriving on modern networks and modern Operating Systems. ZeroAcces is also… Read More »