I wrote this article to help you remove JS/ScrInject.B Trojan. This JS/ScrInject.B Trojan removal guide works for all Windows versions.
JS/ScrInject.B is a nasty Trojan infection. It is very similar to other members of the Trojan family. In complete silence, it sneaks into your computer and wrecks it! JS/ScrInject.B is a serious threat to your security. It monitors everything you do on your computer and sends the data to its owners. Don’t risk your private life getting exposed! Track this pest down and delete it on the spot!
Trojans are one of the most dangerous cyber infections out there. The JS/ScrInject.B one is not different. It serves as an open door for many dangerous online parasites, including ransomware. Often, if not always, Trojans are the cause of ransomware infections. The fact that your computer is infected with such a parasite should be enough for you to take actions against it. It is important to act immediately, otherwise, you may end up losing your data, privacy and even money. Don’t hesitate. Remove the JS/ScrInject.B Trojan ASAP!
To operate on your machine the JS/ScrInject.B Trojan needs your permission. But don’t think that it will ask you politely. No, the Trojan will use deceptive tactics and gain your approval without you even realizing what is going on. Once it has access to your system, it will use it against you. The JS/ScrInject.B Trojan can act on its own. It can download and upload all kinds of content.
If you are infected with the JS/ScrInject.B Trojan, you should know that it has full control over your machine. It can download and execute files. Your approval is no longer needed. The Trojan can install anything on your machine. One of the less dangerous problems the JS/ScrInject.B Trojan can cause to your system is downloading adware or browser hijackers. Yes, these parasites can make your browsing experience hellish, but you can deal with them easily. However, it is not very likely that the Trojan will waste time with such minor infections.
The main objective of the hackers are the so-called botnets. The JS/ScrInject.B Trojan may turn your computer into a part of one. These types of networks are illegal. They are used for all kinds of illegal business. From spreading spam emails to attacking servers, your computer can be used for a whole range of illegal activities. In many states, being part of a botnet is a reason enough for a legal prosecution to take part. Yes, that is right. You may get in trouble with the authorities. It doesn’t matter who turned your computer into a part of such a network, legal actions can be taken against you.
The JS/ScrInject.B Trojan has some more trivial aspects. Even though you don’t “see” it, the JS/ScrInject.B Trojan uses your computer’s resources. It works on your CPU and uses a giant amount of RAM. It can cause your machine to freeze and even to crash frequently. The Trojan can hide its presence well. You may not be able to track it down, for JS/ScrInject.B only leaves traces in the Task Manager of the computer. Only a full scan with a trustworthy anti-virus program can detect all files of the virus successfully.
The JS/ScrInject.B Trojan may have arrived via spam emails. Scammers often write on behalf of well-known companies. They would do anything to lure you into downloading attached files. Before you even consider opening an email from an unknown sender, check their contacts. For example, if you have received an email from an organization, go to the contact section on their official website. There, you will find their official email address. Compare it with the one you have received a letter from. If they don’t match, delete the message immediately. This is definitely a scam.
If you suspect that there is something wrong with an email you have received, you can also enter the email address into a search engine. If it was used for questionable business, it is possible that someone has complained about it online. Be advised. This method is not precise. Usually, new email accounts are created for different scams. Furthermore, if this is the first wave of a spam attack, there may not be any evidence online. Be vigilant and judge for yourself.
JS/ScrInject.B Trojan Removal
Run the Task Manager by right clicking on the Taskbar and choosing Start Task Manager.
Look carefully at the file names and descriptions of the running processes. If you find any suspicious one, search on Google for its name, or contact me directly to identify it. If you find a malware process, right-click on it and choose End task.
Open Control Panel by holding the Win Key and R together. Write appwiz.cpl in the field, then click OK.
Here, find any program you had no intention to install and uninstall it.
Open MS Config by holding the Win Key and R together. Type msconfig and hit Enter.
Go in the Startup tab and Uncheck entries that have “Unknown” as Manufacturer.
Still can not remove JS/ScrInject.B Trojan from your computer? Please, leave a comment below, describing what steps you performed. I will answer promptly.