The Obfuscator virus, also known as Trojan.Obfus.Gen, opens a security hole or "backdoor" on your computer. Once the security hole opens, remote hackers can use it to download additional viruses onto your computer. Moreover, remote hackers can use the security hole to access the personal information stored on your computer. This may include online banking passwords and social security numbers. Note that the removal steps described in this article apply to the Windows Vista and 7 operating systems.
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Press "Ctrl" + "Shift" + "Escape" to open the Task Manager. Alternatively, you can click "Start" and type "Task Manager" into the "Search" box and press "Enter."
Click the "Processes" tab of the Task Manager.
Click the "Show Processes From All Users" button.
Click the "End Process" button for the following processes:
Close the Task Manager.
Click "Start" and type "regedit" into the "Search" box and press "Enter." The Registry Editor opens.
Right-click "Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\procbatlies" in the left pane of the Registry Editor and select "Delete."
Close the Registry Editor.
Delete Registry Entries
Click "Start" and click the "Search" box.
Search for and delete each of the following files. To delete a file, right-click the file and select "Delete."
Click "Start" and select "Restart."
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