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Problems: Zeus Trojan Virus is computer virus that will attempt to steal confidential information from your computer, such as banking credentials or any other kind of credentials that you enter through a login and password.

Symptoms: Zeus Trojan Virus will copy its files to your hard drive. Often it's name is ntos.exe. In addition to stealing your confidential information, the Zeus Trojan Virus can perform other malicious functions, such as downloading more files, shutting down and rebooting your computer and even deleting system files.

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What Is Zeus Trojan Virus?

The Zeus Trojan virus is one of the most dangerous viruses, because it strives to compromise your banking data and other confidential information. The virus can infect a computer via email attachment or download. Once the user clicks on an infected file link or download, Zeus Trojan virus installs malicious files on the computer. It can track your passwords to banking websites, or intercept legitimate websites and send you to a fake one that looks real, and then save your details on a secure remote server and access your online bank account information.

How Do I Remove Zeus Trojan Virus?

Using an anti-virus program like AVG Free is always a good way for a novice user to eliminate a virus. If you notice that you are redirected to a false bank website, or suspect that you clicked on an infected email attachment, run an anti-virus program as soon as possible. If you want to ensure that the threat has been removed, you can either manually delete the virus files or restore your computer to a previous date.

# Option 1: Manually Remove the Virus

  1. Restart your computer in safe mode. This is done by clicking shutting down your computer and then hitting the F8 key several times when it begins to start up again. The Windows advanced options menu will pop up. Choose “Safe Mode with Networking” from the menu.
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  2. Go to My Computer (or, Computer depending on your operating system) via the Windows start menu. Select “Properties” or “System Properties.”
  3. Go to the “System Restore” or “System Protection” tab, depending on your version of Windows. Click on the “Configure” button and then turn off system restore or system protection. Click “OK” to exit.
  4. Open your Control Panel from the Windows start menu and click on “Appearances and Personalization.”
  5. Click on the “Folder Options” link which will bring up a pop-up window. Navigate to the “View” folder and then select “Show hidden files, folder, and drives.” Click “Apply” and then “OK” to finalize your change.
  6. Click on the Windows icon and enter each of the following file locations one at a time. If you find one, right click on it in the results and choose “Delete.” It should be noted that the Zeus virus has several versions, each of which contains only about three of the following files. Therefore, it’s unlikely that you will find all of the below files on your computer at the same time.

  7. Open the Windows start menu and type regedit into the search field. Hit “Enter” to open the Windows Registry Editor.
  8. Use the folders on the left side of the Registry Editor to seek out the following files associated with the Zeus Trojan virus.

    HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun"userinit" = "%System%ntos.exe"

    HKEY_USERS.DEFAULTSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun"userinit" = "%System%ntos.exe”


    HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionExplorer"{6780A29E-6A18-0C70-1DFF-1610DDE00108}" = "[HEXADECIMAL VALUE]"

    HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionExplorer"{F710FA10-2031-3106-8872-93A2B5C5C620}" = "[HEXADECIMAL VALUE]"
  9. Go back to the My Computer program and repeat Step 2 except this time turning on system restore instead of turning it off.

#Option 2: Do a System Restore

A system restore sets your hard drive back to its state on a previous date – one where the virus had not yet infected your hard drive. This process will also remove benign programs that have been recently added, however, so create a back up of important programs before you do a system restore.

  1. Restart your computer in safe mode as in Step 1 above by hitting F8 after a reboot and choosing “Safe mode with networking” from the advanced options menu screen.
  2. Go to the Windows start menu and click on the “All Programs” link.
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  3. Open the “Accessories” folder and then open the System Tools folder. Click on the “System Restore” icon.
  4. When prompted by a pop-up window, choose “Next” to confirm that you want to conduct a system restore, paying careful attention to which types of files will be affected.
  5. Look over the list of restore points provided by Windows. If you have an idea of when the you became infected with the Zeus Trojan, pick a restore point before you got the virus. If you are unsure of exactly when you got the virus, choose the earliest date available. Choose “Next” and then “Finish” to start the system restore.
  6. Wait for your computer to complete the restore. During this process, you won’t be able to use any computer programs.
  7. Your computer will automatically reboot in normal mode when the system restore is complete.
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Minimum System Requirements
20 MB free hard disk space for initial installation
Microsoft IE 6.0 and above
Logged on as administrator

Operating System RequirementsWindows 7 (32 & 64-bit), Vista (32-bit), XP (32-bit)

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