"You shall not pass" virus Removal Guide

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The fans of “The Fellowship of the Ring” will easily recognize the phrase “You shall not pass” which has been selected for the interface of a redirect virus which is dubbed as “You shall not pass” virus. Whenever the user tries to access Facebook or some other website which has been selected by the black hat hackers, a warning in a yellow background will be displayed. This can happen on Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome, and the risk of getting the computer infected with “You shall not pass” virus increases if you do not have any reliable security tool which could remove the infection.

The threat can be detected as Backdoor:Win32/Fynloski.A which is notorious for its capability to monitor the user via the webcam, collect information, record keyboard inputs and mouse clicks, steal passwords from some applications and so on, which is why it is crucial to remove “You shall not pass” virus from the PC as soon as possible.

As you already know, your access to popular websites is restricted and it is done by altering the Windows hosts file. In order to prevent you from access some websites, an IP of the website you will not be allow to access is added as well as its host name. Each entry is separated by blanks. In order to regain access to the blocked websites, the user has to remove those additional entries and make sure that the last line in the file is either localhost or ::1.

The system can get infected if the user browses insecure websites, clicks a link in a spam e-mail, and in many other ways. In order to avoid unauthorized changes within the system, it is vitally important to use a reliable spyware removal tool so that it can protect the system against “You shall not pass” virus and other threats. If it is too late and you do not know how to remove the threat from your Internet Explorer or other browsers, follow the instructions below. If you do not want to remove the virus manually, implement SpyHunter which is a powerful spyware removal tool that will take care of the PC.

How to remove “You shall not pass” virus

How to change the Windows hosts file

  1. Open the Start menu.
  2. Find and right-click Notepad.
  3. Select Run as Administrator.
  4. Go to (My) Computer.
  5. Follow the path C:\Windows\system32\drivers\etc.
  6. Double-click the hosts file and select Notepad to view it.
  7. Make sure that the bottom line in the file is either localhost or ::1.

Change proxy settings on IE, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox

Internet Explorer

  1. Press Alt+T.
  2. Click Internet Options.
  3. Open the Connection tab and click LAN Settings.
  4. Find the Proxy Servers section and uncheck the box given. Click OK.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Press Alt+T.
  2. Click Options.
  3. Open the Advanced tab and then click the Network tab.
  4. Click Settings.
  5. Click Manual Proxy Configuration and change the settings. Click OK.

Google Chrome

  1. Click Alt+F.
  2. Select Settings.
  3. Scroll down and click Show advanced settings.
  4. Click Network - > Change proxy settings.
  5. On the Connections tab, click LAN settings.
  6. In the Proxy server section, uncheck the box.

When you complete the removal, you should make sure that the computer does not contain any other infections. In order to scan the PC for malware, use our recommended scanner which you can download by clicking the download button.

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"You shall not pass" virus technical info for manual removal:

Files Modified/Created on the system:

# File Name File Size (Bytes) File Hash
1svchost.exe1197099 bytesMD5: 2bef02594106e27d81a17a885c9efe0d
2msdcsc.exe712704 bytesMD5: 614b624fc7737c1b382e196501d8534e
3WMPUpd.exe286720 bytesMD5: b89bb97c1bd66a0fb9f88e1b72a4f3e2
4mstsc.exe32604160 bytesMD5: ae596c75e2a4785aac395dc65f7f8475
5steamservice.exe525312 bytesMD5: 5613fafdfd9d4c2c59eb4f9f44ca97cb
6tmp55F0.tmp.exe365568 bytesMD5: 0279ae8acf753628aebb370493d2fb67
7file.exe1575552 bytesMD5: 5383ccc29ca16e60f14b270d9320f5e9
8dependecy.exe365056 bytesMD5: 93b88d2fd387095c11fe97a8c97b14d3
9exossec.vbs384 bytesMD5: 656c840fc9837ec0437ef31ad4bb33a1
10windefender.exe9750528 bytesMD5: 9b73bd7bc299ced1650cc46c551e15ad
11service.exe4424192 bytesMD5: be4ab1c89616d58e756668faa7820277


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