Thursday, October 4, 2012

Know How: How Do I Get Rid of VBS/Autorun.BS Permenantly?

 What Is VBS/Autorun.BS?

VBS/Autorun.BS resembles VBS/Autorun.R!inf, sharing the same property as an “autorun.inf” file. You may find it as VBS.Runauto.B, VBS/Azoog.worm and so forth on different antivirus programs. It is detected as a severe computer parasite that spreads by dropping copies of itself onto network and removable drives. It also modifies system security settings. Therefore, your security utilities are paralyzed and you are not expected to find other programs to cope with it. You may be curious about the “autorun.inf” file, is it the root of the worm? The answer is NO! You can find some clues by clicking here. Once it lands on your system successfully, it starts tempering with critical registries to guarantee its copy runs at each Windows Starts, placing an "autorun.inf" file in the root directory to make sure that it is launched automatically without disturbing you and ensure its spread from computer to computer. It learns its payload, though it typically varies within several tasks. 

That includes contact to a remote host at "hxxp://" via TCP port 80 and download a configuration file containing instructions for the worm to download additional malicious components to the %TEMP% folder with the file name "temp.txt"; Modifying registry entry to prevent the display of hidden files. In such case, it is a brain buster to dig out all the random files that dropped by more than one malware in system. So if you are not able to tackle some weird performances after you have deleted VBS/Autorun.BS by follow the steps below, you can simply ask for tech support from Tee Support agents 24/7 online.

Why do antivirus tools fail to remove VBS/Autorun.BS completely?

Even though you have the top antivirus program installed, the VBS/Autorun.BS virus still gets through without your consent. You may ask why. I should say there is actually no such thing as perfect protection. Virus is created every day. Such virus like the VBS/Autorun.BS is designed to have been changed the code so antivirus can’t keep up. Once executed, VBS/Autorun.BS virus can disable your security tool. In such circumstance, manual removal is required.

Help: Step-by-Step Instruction to Show How to Exterminate VBS/Autorun.BS

Step1:Restart your system and get into the safe mode with networking As the computer is booting but before Windows launches, tap the "F8 key" continuously which should bring up the "Windows Advanced Options Menu" as shown below. Use your arrow keys to highlight "Safe Mode with Networking" option and press Enter key.


Step2:Please stop the processes listed below Press CTRL+ALT+DEL key to open Task Manager


Step3:Go to the Registry Editor to delete all related entries listed below Click “Start” menu, hit “Run”, then type “regedit” click “OK”.

Related registry keys:


Step4: Delete related files and folders
<system folder="folder">\`.vbe
<system folder="folder">\aini.ini
<system folder="folder">\autoun.inf

Video on How to Deal with Processes and Registries

Please be noted: if you don't have strong computer knowledge you could harm your operating system. Be careful and use it only if you are an experienced computer user.  Otherwise, please get instant tech support from Tee Support experts 24/7 available.

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