Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Remove Rootkit.zeroaccess - detailed description

Rootkit.zeroaccess (Zeroaccess Rootkit) spawns malicious processes blocking communication of operating system with kernel. Relevant message generated at desktop toolbar  might be one of the few signs of the rogue invasion available for user’s unaided eye. The message might run as follows:
"Error communicating with kernel”.
The rogue is a common method of facilitating activities of other malwares, especially fake antispyware products. In particular, the rogue is known to promote Windows XP Internet Security 2012 (and it's relatives)  fake antivirus and its counterparts.
Removal of Rootkit.zeroaccess deals with highly sensitive areas of personal computer. The nature of its payload implies thorough memory purification to cover the threats supported by the parasite.
Click here to launch free scan of regular and extremely sensitive areas of your PC to get rid of Rootkit.zeroaccess, as well as any other infections, first of all, those enjoying the rootkit’s aid.

Manual removal guide:
Rootkit.zeroaccess usually replaces system drivers\disks. This makes manual removal impossible due to difficulties in locating and removal of infected files. After automated removal you might need to restore system drivers.

 Rename the remover to "explorer.exe" or try to install from Safe Mode if virus blocks download\installation

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