I wrote this article to help you remove Trojan.multi.dns.changer.b. This Trojan.multi.dns.changer.b removal guide works for all Windows versions.
As its name clearly implies, Trojan.multi.dns.changer.b is a Trojan horse, aka a member of the most dangerous cyber infection family. If you are currently infected with it, you are in trouble. Big trouble. Trojans exhibit many malicious traits and if you don’t act fast, you will have the misfortunate to experience them all. Trust us, Trojans are so dreaded for a reason. Their horrible reputation is more than deserved. Do your best to get rid of this virus immediately. If you don’t, your situation will keep on worsening with each passing day.
The problems the pest throws at you will also grow both in numbers and severity and sooner or later, Trojan.multi.dns.changer.b will cause you some irrevocable damage. It may even cause your machine to break down completely and become unusable. Do not let this happen. The Trojan has to go now! It has no place in your system and it is your job to remove it. At the end of this article, there is a detailed removal guide which you can use to remove the intruder manually. Yet, if you are not confident enough in your computer skills, you can always download a trustworthy anti-malware program to get the job done for you. Whichever option you choose, do it fast. You don’t have time to procrastinate. Delays lead to regrets.
Once Trojan.multi.dns.changer.b enters your machine, it starts working. First, the pest goes after your system registry. It alters it behind your back so that it will be able to start together with your system every time you turn on your PC as well as hide from your antivirus program. Then, while being executed, Trojan.multi.dns.changer.b download infamous ransomware infections on board. You know what ransomware pests do, right? They encrypt your data and you cannot use it unless you pay a hefty ransom sum. Moreover, even paying doesn’t guarantee you anything. Imagine what will happen if you get stuck not with one but with the two most hazardous infections.
In addition to that, Trojan.multi.dns.changer.b also modifies your browsers` setting without authorization. It changes your homepage, causes constant redirects to dodgy pages and floods your computer screen with ads. As you can imagine, this makes your web surfing very difficult. You can barely find what you are looking for online. But do not think that the Trojan only limits itself to causing problems with your online activities. Of course, not.
The pest also plants malicious rootkits into your operating system, thus disordering your registry and damaging important system files. These rootkits give false commands to your system and, as a result, some of your program fails to load properly if at all. Using your PC even offline becomes a real challenge. Also, your machine starts to lag and freeze often. It would reboot for no apparent reason and its overall performance will become worse and worse. Don’t put up with this and act. The sooner you get rid of this plague, the better.
How did Trojan.multi.dns.changer.b get on board? Usually, Trojans rely on the old but gold infiltration tactic, namely spam email messages and their malicious attachments. Be extra careful when you receive an email from an unknown sender. Proceed with caution and don’t rush into opening it, clicking on links or downloading its attachments. Verify the sender first. Crooks often tend to write on behalf of well-known companies and use their names and logos to fool victims. Make sure this is not the case before you decide to trust the email. Check to see if the sender`s email address matched the official address of the company it claims to be from. If it does, you are all good. If it doesn’t, you know what to do. Delete the message immediately.
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.
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