Computer Repair and Technology

Win32/Kryptik Trojan

Win32/Kryptik is a generic detection for a dangerous self replicating trojan virus that infects local and network Windows platform computers. Win32/Kryptik will hide in running processes and create multiple malicious files in the system32 folder and prevent security applications from quarantine or removing its files or updating its definition database. Win32/Kryptik has the ability to reinstall its files after deletion which makes it extremely difficult to remove manually.

How does Win32/Kryptik Trojan spread?

Win32/Kryptik trojan can infect computers in various ways. It can be downloaded via malicious drive-by-download scripts from corrupted porn and shareware / freeware websites, installed through spam email attachments, media downloads and social networks or executed by other threats on system.

Typical signs of Win32/Kryptik

  • Computer slowdowns and blue screen messages and system crashes
  • Altered browser home page and search page settings
  • Unwanted mass pop ups even with active pop up blocker
  • Unclassified processes running in task manager
  • Hindered Internet bandwidth slow browsing performance
  • Potentially malicious files re-installs after manual removal

    Every time you try to remove this virus and it is not completely removed it will reinstall itself and infect more files. I would suggest to remove the virus during a scan with Eset online scanner in MS-DOS. If this sounds like gibberish to you contact me and I will get you up and running virus free for a small fee.

    By, CEO Selwyn S. Baptiste

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