How do i get rid of a trojan horse java/classloader virus?, my AVG software wont heal it??
- jibberjabarLv 51 decade agoFavorite Answer
The solution is simple. Depending on whether you are using Sun Java or Microsoft VM java, all you have to do is clear your TIF for the MS version or clear your Java cache in the Sun Java Console for the Sun Java version. More info is here:
- ferdicoLv 44 years ago
working your avg in secure mode gets you removed from the trojan. The trojan has documents all on your computing device. So, you ought to run an entire test on the finished computing device. I even have mine set to run a test on each and every thing. close all classes turn off computing device start up stunning away press key F8 or which ever. as quickly as each and every 2d. opt for secure mode press enter key opt for your equipment hit enter whilst this is thru rebooting click start up all classes avg test delete restart.. If this does not artwork acquire malwarebytes. this is a remover purely. not an anti virus. in case you have the unfastened avg, you have not have been given a firewall. in case you have not have been given a firewall, you desire one. The trojan is secret agent ware that has sent each and every of the practise on your computing device to somebody. You e mail handle and each thing would be offered. A firewall will guard your computing device online. shop the hackers out and different trojans. I recommend you delete your momentary documents when you do away with the trojan.
- 1 decade ago
AVG wants to "heal" everything. Don't heal it. Go to the directory that AVG shows you, and just delete the file yourself. Reboot and scan again. It should be gone.
On a sidenote, if you're getting that particular trojan in your Java directory, you need to update your Java to prevent more from coming in.
- Mark aka jack573Lv 71 decade ago
There are a few questions already asked about this. here is a list to help you. Have a look at the best answers.
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
avast 4 its best for this kind of stuff it kills all virus's
- MazzLv 51 decade ago
You can also delete it in safe mode.