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In some cases, your system may give an error message virus.win32.xorer.ey. There can be several reasons for this problem.
Virus:Win32/Xorer.gen!A is a great all-in-one tool for detecting a family of all viruses that infect EXE files. It can spread by infecting files, as well as by creating raw copies on any writable drive.
When launched, Virus:Win32/Xorer.gen!A may do the following, depending on your current variant:
- lsass.exe is your copy of this virus
- netcfg.dll – detected as Virus:Win32/Xorer.gen!B
- netcfg.000 – detected as a virus:Win32/Xorer.gen!B
- smss.exe – detected as Trojan:Win32/Xorer.O
Note that Windows files named lsass.exe and smss.exe exist and are usually found in the Windows system folder.
He created the mutex to ensure that, with all the experience, a perfect copy of it is remembered. The name of the mutex depends on the variant; The xcgucvnzn mutex is known to be used.
Virus:Win32/Xorer.gen!A slowly infects EXE files; That is, this herpes avoids infecting a large number of files in a short time so as not to be detected.
It encrypts a single target EXE file and prefixes the file with a virus code to help infect it. The target file to be encrypted may make it difficult to remove Virus.Mai
Also organizes the WinRAR archiver in an attempt to infect executable files located only in RAR and ZIP archives.
Virus:Win32/Xorer.gen!A also places copies of itself next to all fixed and removable drives as pagefile.pif. In order for its special copy to be launched every time a certain disk is accessed (for example, during the initial transfer of a removable disk from one system to another), this infectionalso deletes the autorun.inf file.
After executing, Virus:Win32/Xorer.gen!A may do the following, depending on this variant:
Disable Trusted Boot and Secure Boot with Networking by simply deleting the following registry keys:
Remove additional Windows registry keys related to process debugging, group policies, and runtime tools:
- HKLMSOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsNTCurrentVersionImage File ExecutionOptions
- HKLMSOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionGroup Policy Objects
Change your system settings to handle files with a particular hidden attribute by creating uniqueRegistry entries:
Depending on the variant,
Virus:Win32/Xorer.gen!A can modify large saved pages by adding script code to add links to specific websites. This ensures that when a user opens a page on a registered domain, an internet connection is established, allowing the console to download and install all workouts from that site.
This virus can certainly connect directly to various pages containing jj-website.gxgxy. Judging by the network, the exact variant of Xorer.
It can also check if internet connection is available after connecting to baidu.com.
Virus:Win32/Xorer.gen!A may terminate some processes as a precaution. Completed methods depend on the person’s Xorer variant.
On startup, copies itself to the root folder on the first hard drive or DVD (usually C:)
to the Windows shared body folder; This recognized file is that
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Hi guys, I have a terrible problem with my computer. It is infected and my antivirus detects it as Win32-Xorer.EY virus. I have tried many solutions like cleaning multiple antiviruses, reformatting my PC, clearing the hard drive, even moving the hard drive, nothing helped. On a fine evening, when I install Windows, each antivirus starts flashing alerts about this store (Antiviruses are downloaded from official sites, all test settings, all new copies. Tried NOD32 3.0, Kaspersmy 2009, McAfee). This is literally not a false positive as my PC’s performance plummets and pop-ups start appearing on my PC’s desktop. Every time I reinstalled Windows, I worked as a cook, I didn’t copy paid backups from my DVDs, I erased my hard drive (erased all data, deleted some partitions, restored new partitions with different sizes than the previous formatted options, windows is installed on a different partition, I’ve tried everything.) and nothing seems to work at the moment. Does anyone know a solution forthat?
Format your hard drive first (I know, again :))
Then start Windows and nothing else (no autodrivers other than network card).
Install it and update your antivirus.
If the antivirus correctly detects the virus after installing windows, you know where it came from (either the antivirus is this case of the manual, reinstall windows and try another antivirus or this is windows [or the correct bios virus, but I lack experience with this type of all viruses, not to give you very good advice other than a BIOS dump]).
Scan your computer and if you don’t find anything, install other drivers and programs as you use them. If one of these software drivers is infected, there is a problem of its own.Fix your PC today by downloading this software now.