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How to Remove Win32.Trojan.Pakes

Trojans is one of the most wide-spread threat in the internet. They can spread in lot of ways (torrents, e-mail attachments, video codecs etc.). Win32.Trojan.Pakes as well as any other trojan can harm your PC in different ways. Originally, trojans stole just your e-mail contacts and some personal data. Nowadays, they can steal any type of private information, being serious threat. In this tutorial we will show how to deal with Win32.Trojan.Pakes detect and remove it from your PC.

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Threat indicator: HIGH

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Win32 (Windows 9x, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Seven)

Win32.Trojan.Pakes infiltration

As we already said there numerous ways trojan can get to your PC from the internet. Win32.Trojan.Pakes copies its file(s) to your hard disk. File name typical to Win32.Trojan.Pakes is (*.*). Then it runs itself and creates new startup key in registry with name Win32.Trojan.Pakes and value (*.*). If you will look into running processes list you will see some extra process with name like (*.*) or any random name that uses decent amount of your CPU.

If you would like to remove Win32.Trojan.Pakes use WiperSoft Antispyware Malware Remediation Tool (see below)

Automatic Trojan Removal

So what is Win32.Trojan.Pakes Removal Tool? Basically, it is the tool that will remove every file and registry key that was created by Win32.Trojan.Pakes. It was created after analyzing all versions and types of this threat on test PCs and every file and key was added to the database. Removal Tool is updated regularly to make sure it can remove latest versions of Win32.Trojan.Pakes:

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How to remove Win32.Trojan.Pakes manually?

During all time since adding Win32.Trojan.Pakes to our database we track it changes and add them in the list below, removing files mentioned from your hard drive and deleting them from starup list and also unregistering all corresponding DLLs will result cleaning your computer drom the trojan. But also, missing DLL's that can be removed or corrupted by Win32.Trojan.Pakes should be restored from your Windows CD .

So, here is the simple process to remove Win32.Trojan.Pakes:

1. Delete following processes form startup and files from your hard drive:

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2. Delete the following folders that are assosiated with Win32.Trojan.Pakes:

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3. Finally, remove this registry keys:

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Warning: Sometimes, trojan can use system file names or randomly generated names for its executable. We recommend you to use WiperSoft Antispyware Malware Remediation Tool for safe problem solution.

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Here are the descriptions of problems connected with Win32.Trojan.Pakes and (*.*) we received earlier:

Problem Summary: pakes trojan removal

Laptop has a pakes trojan. File was discovered using avg. Fill name and path is "c:windowssysem32driverstdx.sys" I need help in removing the threat. I used the removal tool but I get a message saying that the files could not be downloaded.

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: AVG resident shirld warms of Trojan

For the last two weeks my AVG resident shield started popping up with the warning of a Trojan. It doesn't fix it and says it is white listed. Can you help me?

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: Trojanhorse Rootkit-Pakes.BI

This virus has been detected using AVG and cannot be removed. I cannot enter my computer using safe-mode.
It will not allow me access to malwarebytes downloads from internet etc.
File name C:WINDOWSsystem32driversvolsnap.sys

Can you please advise how to remove this? Thanks.

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: access violation

access violation at address 00403790 in module 'scheduled.exe' read of address c35b5e5b after uninstall of avg.

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: js/pakes virus

Believe my son's laptop has become infected with the above virus. A pop up for system tool or similar keeps appearing and now the wireless network appears to be affected. Other laptops not connecting. Desk top which is hard wired seems okay.

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: Trojan affecting computer connectivity


After running a scan yesterday my software (AVG) detected and quarantined 4 viruses (Trojan Horse Generic20.ayko, Trojan horse cryptic.bsd, trojan horse genereic20.ayzs and another ayko.)

Since being quarantined my computer will now not connect to the internet, saying I have problems with my firewall settings, however I can seem to fix these.

Usually my internet connects (via ethernet to a home hub, which is still working fine as my laptop can connect wirelessly, pc doesnt have wireless)

Have you any guidance as to how to repair this/get back online?

Many Thanks

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: Finds trojan then blue screen on startup....when attempt to go safe mode it does not go

I noticed my internet explorer was acting up when opening new tabs. Finally IE crashed. Followed by a notice that the machine was infected by win32/trojan...after attempt to remove it blue screened. Now it blue screens on start up no matter what....i cannot access safe mode

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: Trojan Horse Rootkit-Pakes.U

AVG Free detected trojan horse rootkit-pakes.u in 2(? both show the same file name) driver files in the attached. I've followed the virus path to another file; c:\\windows\system32\wbem\wmiprvse.exe

I'm still on dial-up. Between the slow dial-up transmission and the virus, response time is absolutely dreadful. Are you able to help me?

Thanks ~ Melanie

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: When I start my computer a message access violation comes

When I start my computer a message access violation comes before doing anything

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: virus appears every time i open mail sending page

whenever i open mail sending page to send a mail, a virus appears on this page asking to shop from some super store on discount rates. i have to delete this every time. secondly after some interval, hotmail asks me again to write password to re-enter the page i was working with and all the mail written is lost.

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

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