I wrote this article to help you remove JS:MINER-C Virus. This JS:MINER-C Virus removal guide works for all Windows versions.
JS:MINER-C exploits computers by using them to mine for cryptocurrencies. It launches processes which scan the web in search of cryptocoins and collect them. These operations will be visible in your Task Manager. You will discover that they exert a high amount of CPU. This will take its toll on your system. Your computer will become sluggish and unable to perform sophisticated tasks. Your PC will often stall, freeze, display error messages, and crash. These are the initial symptoms for the Trojan’s presence. In addition, your web browser will start exhibiting unusual behavior. There will be redirects and pop-up windows. Since all these issues can be attributed to different problems, it could take you a while to find the underlying cause.
JS:MINER-C builds a botnet to establish a connection between all infected machines. The collective infrastructure of devices allows the Trojan to conduct remote attacks and penetrated more computer systems. The virus needs to spread copies of itself in order to be able to perform its scheduled tasks. The agenda of JS:MINER-C is clear. The developers of the clandestine program make proceeds by mining the web for cryptocurrencies. The way they exploit computer systems and gather cryptocoins from the web is illegal. It should be noted that there may be repercussions against the owners of the infected devices. Some countries have laws governing the fair usage of information systems. If your computer is connected to a botnet for a prolonged time period, you can be fined for neglect.
JS:MINER-C interferes with the internals in order to prevent the system software from blocking its tasks. It renders the DNS settings and makes registry entries. This brings down the system’s defense which makes it vulnerable to malware attacks. Other malware programs can take advantage of your computer’s vulnerability and attempt to break an entry. This is another reason why you should take measures against the parasite as soon as you detect its presence. Finally, we will address a potential threat which may or may not be evident. Most Trojans collect information on people. It is unknown whether JS:MINER-C gathers data from the targeted devices, but there is a possibility that it does.
Knowing how infections are spread can help you protect your computer. There are several ways for JS:MINER-C to penetrate your system. The most common propagation vector is spam emails. The payload of the secluded program is merged with an attached document and sent with the letter. The sender will try to make you believe that the attached file is an important notification. He will cite an existing company or organization, like the national post, a courier firm, a bank, a social network, a government branch, an institution, or the local police department. To check whether a given email is legitimate, you can proof the contacts by referencing the official website of the corresponding entity.
The next technique from the list is drive-by installations. JS:MINER-C can be transferred through a corrupted website. The process will begin automatically when you enter. You have to avoid infected domains in order to keep your system safe. Once you have accessed the site, it would be too late. Do your research on the platforms which are unfamiliar to you before proceeding. The final distribution method we need to mention is bundling. JS:MINER-C can be hosted by other utilities, like freeware, shareware, and pirated applications. The download client will include the furtive program as a bonus tool. To prevent it from getting installed, you will have to change the settings. If you skip reading the terms and conditions, the covert program will be given access per default.
Run the Task Manager by right clicking on the Taskbar and choosing Start Task Manager.
Look carefully at the file names and descriptions of the running processes. If you find any suspicious one, search on Google for its name, or contact me directly to identify it. If you find a malware process, right-click on it and choose End task.
Open Control Panel by holding the Win Key and R together. Write appwiz.cpl in the field, then click OK.
Here, find any program you had no intention to install and uninstall it.
Open MS Config by holding the Win Key and R together. Type msconfig and hit Enter.
Go in the Startup tab and Uncheck entries that have “Unknown” as Manufacturer.
Still can not remove JS:MINER-C Virus from your computer? Please, leave a comment below, describing what steps you performed. I will answer promptly.