How to remove Trojan.win32.agent.azsy trojan

Malware Description:
Trojan.win32.agent.azsy is a malicious application which is primitive in its size and essence but extremely dangerous for the compromised system when it comes to the possible impact it may produce. Trojan.win32.agent.azsy is written in C++ programming language and has as little as 439Kb in size. Trojan.win32.agent.azsy infiltrates the target host computer via firewall flaws and other minor security splits. This intrusion is undetected and usually remains obscure all the way until a professional antivirus utility is used. When inside and active, Trojan.win32.agent.azsy parasite launches the malicious campaign for promoting the affiliated rogue anti-spyware program called Personal Antivirus. For this purpose, Trojan.win32.agent.azsy uses the tactics of triggering exaggerated popup alerts and even bogus system scanners that will try to scare the victim into thinking he/she has multiple security issues and malware threats. Such technique is a component of Personal Antivirus promotion campaign, so Trojan.win32.agent.azsy may be considered an integral part of Personal Antivirus fraud, so its timely detection and removal is of critical importance. It’s worth mentioning that some antivirus software may detect Trojan.win32.agent.azsy as Trojan-Downloader.Win32.Agent.aoth, which is basically the same. No matter in what shape and how Trojan.win32.agent.azsy infiltrated your system, this dangerous infection must be immediately removed from your system. Trojan.win32.agent.azsy installs rogue anti-spyware and makes the compromised computer vulnerable.

Malware Type: Trojan Horses

Malware Author: Innovagest2000 SL

Threat Level: Critical

Advice: Immediately remove and scan for additional malware

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How to remove Trojan.win32.agent.azsy manually:
Manual removal of Trojan.win32.agent.azsy is a feasible objective if you have sufficient expertise in dealing with program files, processes, .dll files and registry entries.

The associated files to be deleted are listed below:

  • %Documents and Settings%\All Users\Desktop\Personal Antivirus.lnk
  • %Documents and Settings%\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Personal Antivirus
  • %Documents and Settings%\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Personal Antivirus\Personal Antivirus Home Page.lnk
  • %Documents and Settings%\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Personal Antivirus\Personal Antivirus.lnk
  • %Documents and Settings%\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Personal Antivirus\Purchase License.lnk
  • %UserProfile%\Application Data\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch\Personal Antivirus.lnk
  • %UserProfile%\Application Data\Personal Antivirus
  • %UserProfile%\Application Data\Personal Antivirus\settings.ini
  • %UserProfile%\Application Data\Personal Antivirus\uill.ini
  • %UserProfile%\Application Data\Personal Antivirus\unins000.exe
  • %UserProfile%\Application Data\Personal Antivirus\Uninstall Personal Antivirus.lnk
  • %UserProfile%\Application Data\Personal Antivirus\db
  • %UserProfile%\Application Data\Personal Antivirus\db\config.cfg
  • %UserProfile%\Application Data\Personal Antivirus\db\Timeout.inf
  • %UserProfile%\Application Data\Personal Antivirus\db\Urls.inf
  • %UserProfile%\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Windows\log.txt
  • %UserProfile%\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Windows\pguard.ini
  • %UserProfile%\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Windows\services.exe
  • %Program Files%\Personal Antivirus
  • %Program Files%\Personal Antivirus\activate.ico
  • %Program Files%\Personal Antivirus\Explorer.ico
  • %Program Files%\Personal Antivirus\PerAvir.exe
  • %Program Files%\Personal Antivirus\unins000.dat
  • %Program Files%\Personal Antivirus\uninstall.ico
  • %Program Files%\Personal Antivirus\working.log
  • %Program Files%\Personal Antivirus\db
  • %Program Files%\Personal Antivirus\db\DBInfo.ver
  • %Program Files%\Personal Antivirus\db\ia080614.db
  • %Program Files%\Personal Antivirus\db\ia080618x.db
  • %Program Files%\Personal Antivirus\Languages
  • %Program Files%\Personal Antivirus\Languages\IAEs.lng
  • %Program Files%\Personal Antivirus\Languages\IAFr.lng
  • %Program Files%\Personal Antivirus\Languages\IAGer.lng
  • %Program Files%\Personal Antivirus\Languages\IAIt.lng
  • %WINDOWS%\system32\log.txt
  • %UserProfile%\Application Data\Microsoft\Windows\winlogon.exe
  • %UserProfile%\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\iGSh.png
  • %UserProfile%\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\iMSh.png
  • %UserProfile%\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\iPSh.png
  • %UserProfile%\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\iv.exe
  • %UserProfile%\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Windows\log.txt
  • %UserProfile%\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Windows\pguard.ini
  • %UserProfile%\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Windows\services.exe

The related registry entries to be removed are as follows:

  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Personal Antivirus_is1
  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Enum\Root\LEGACY_ITGRDENGINE
  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\ITGrdEngine
  • HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer “PrS”
  • HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “Personal Antivirus”

Please, be aware that manual removal of Trojan.win32.agent.azsy trojan is a cumbersome process and does not always ensure complete deletion of the malware, due to the fact that some files might be hidden or may get reanimated automatically afterwards. Moreover, manual interference of this kind may cause damage to the system. That’s why we strongly recommend automatic removal of Trojan.win32.agent.azsy, which will save your time and enable avoiding any system malfunctions and guarantee the needed result.

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Reader's Comments:

  1. Chris |

    My father accidently clicked open on the pop-up and downloaded this onto our computer. If I use the automatic remover above, will this remove the virus?

  2. carzell |

    Well thank God there are people out their lke you all that helps others that don’t know. Please keep up the good work.

  3. admin |

    Chris,
    Yes, our automatic removal tool exterminates this trojan virus and its affiliated rogue anti-spyware Personal Antivirus.
    Good luck removing this scam!
    Regards,
    Remove Malware

  4. Francine |

    Hello~ Ditto with carzell’s comment! Thank Gaud there are the good guys on the net to help rid the morons that have to ruin a good day! My 9 yr old was on a relatives pc we are visiting~ I guess she opened something and this trogan win32 agent azsy warning started saying thats what the pc is infected with and then the window shows Personal Antivirus with all these suppossed infections and then wants $79.99 to get rid of them!!! I feel so bad as it’s my child that messed up my cousins pc.
    I am so glad to have found your page on my search~ I havent gone to the link yet, I will let you know how I make out~ but thank you for being one of the good guys and helping others with this nuisance! Blessings~

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    WOW!! I am so thrilled that the program got rid of the ruse antivirus pop-ups!!! I see that they are filed in the quartine section so now I have done a HiJackThis log and will work on what I can delete out of the pc. Thank you so much! My cuz Pop will be so thrilled he can use his IE and not get hijacked!! God Bless you!! This is awesome!!!!!!!!!!! ; )

  6. Justin |

    do i need to go ahead and run the docter part for it to remove the trojan win32 agent azsy?
    Thanks

  7. admin |

    Justin,
    You should download Spyware Doctor for it to handle the trojan. Please, follow one of the links provided in the post above.
    Regards,
    Remove Malware team

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  10. BRM |

    Thank you! I am helping a new friend who was suckered into purchasing the Personal Antivirus (before I met her). I couldn’t even do a system restore in WinXP!

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  12. Ryan |

    Thanks A TON!!! I was so scared when I saw this trojan and totally fell for it! I really appreciate the help.

  13. lilly |

    hi i have this virus on my pc how can i get rid of it please

  14. admin |

    Lilly,
    You can try the manual removal method. It’s pretty complicated but often works.
    The most efficient way to eliminate Trojan.win32.agent.azsy, though, is through installing our automatic remover – just follow one of the links in the post above.
    Thanks for posting your comment!

  15. Leigh |

    You guys are AWESOME!!! Just goes to show there is some good people out there to help other people from the total w**krs!!!!! Thank you so much!

  16. Shinarsh |

    hello i have this bug (Trojan.win32.agent.azsy) in my PC and it wont let me go on any sites my pc just gives me a msg saying this site is not safe. there are 2 options to go on the site unprotected or to not to it comes up as a red screen so there is no way i can go on any other site but google the rest are blocked

    is it because of the bug or is it a setting

    Plz help

  17. Roz |

    Question? What if we are unable to access the Internet. The Trojan has disabled our ability to connect. How can we download the remove tool then?

  18. admin |

    Shinarsh,
    What you’ve described is the undoubted sign of Trojan.Win32.Agent.azsy infection. The trojan is redirecting your web-surfing to fake warning pages – take a look at the top snapshot here: http://remove-malware.net/how-to-remove-safetywebspacecom-hijacker/ . Is that what you are getting?
    Well, your issue should be resolved if you install our automatic removal tool in Safe Mode with Networking (Safe Mode is accessed through repeatedly pressing F8 when you start your PC). In Safe Mode, the malware shouldn’t prevent you from surfing the web normally. Then, you can download and install Trojan.win32.agent.azsy remover and let it handle the infection.
    It should work!
    Regards,
    RM Team

  19. admin |

    Roz,
    You should try to download the remover in Safe Mode with Networking (see previous comment).
    Safe Mode should help with the installation of the automatic removal tool.
    Good luck getting your computer fixed!
    RM

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  21. nicolene |

    i can’t believe that someone could actually scoop so low. thanx goodness for you guys, though. i nearly had a heart attack when the pop-ups started blinking all over my screen! especially because i did a virus scan with avg just minutes before and it didn’t pick up anything.

  22. Darlene |

    Thank you for having this on the internet! I found the trojan and destroyed it from my computer… Thanks!!

  23. Donna |

    i just found mine and i just found this place searching google..Im in the panic mode at moment and downloading the cleaner but ty all for posting comments u give me hope here!

  24. Mike |

    This thing is a TRUE S.O.B!!!! Holy cow, I couldnt even do a restore on my comp!!

  25. Katie |

    Can I just instal this program to get this trojan removed, or do I have to manually delete all these files?

  26. admin |

    Katie,
    You can choose either way – it’s absolutely at your own discretion. However, using the automatic remover does the job more reliably. Besides, finding and deleting files and, in particular, the registry entries requires good troubleshooting skills, otherwise you may damage the system.
    RM

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    I like everyone else here had this virus and was, to be honest pissed off. It was so annoying and I could barely stay on the site for more than 45 seconds without being redirected. I used the remover and was able to get rid of it. Thanks to all your good work.

  28. bev |

    was kinda freaked out by all the warning popups but when it directed me to spend $75 to get protection, figured it was a scam. so, i typed in google for trojan.win32.agent.azsy just to see if it was a real virus and found this site! thanks so much for the information and the link to remove!

  29. Mike |

    I freaked out when I saw that my computer had detected a trojan. Especially because I instantly remembered that I had neglected to reinstall McAfee onto my computer after it had been returned following hard drive replacement from Gateway. And in the back of my mind, I was thinking, maybe these crazy security popups are a hoax. But my mind switched to get-rid-of-this-thing mode and I clicked and clicked until I decided I better check online. Thanks to this site, and the lack of important files installed so far on my computer since the hard drive replacement, I could stop the “Personal antivirus” and then rewipe my computer with no loss of important files. Thanks a lot.

  30. Brit |

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  36. Joshybear |

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  37. Darlene |

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  40. Brittany |

    I feel so dumb for falling for this anti virus thing, it popped up out of no where! And I noticed that if you even read the pop up, It calls itself a Malicious virus. By defination that means ‘vicious, wanton, or mischievous in motivation or purpose’ Should have paid more attention!!
    Thank you so much for the virus help, so far its working out. :)

  41. Danielle |

    Thanks for your help. I think I know so much about computers and i fell for this. I wonder how they know what email you will open. Out of about 100 emails I get a day, I open maybe 5. They got me. Thanks again.

  42. suesy |

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  44. Achu Picchu |

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  46. lenard |

    i dont know if this is what i have but when itry to open internet it a red and white box pops up that says
    microsoft security essentials: detected win32/trojan.
    i cant open internet , aim , task manager , nothing on my other computer. whats happening

  47. admin |

    Lenard,
    The problem you’re facing is actually the notorious fake Microsoft Security Essentials trojan. It displays bogus alerts reporting fake malware and then recommends you download rogue security software.
    Here is some more precise info on this issue: http://remove-malware.net/how-to-remove-the-fake-microsoft-security-essentials-alert/ .

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