Eredel Stealer Extended Removal Guide

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You must take action immediately if Eredel Stealer Extended has been detected on your computer. We highly recommend that you remove it from your system completely right away because researchers have evidence that this computer threat is a Trojan infection. Specifically speaking, it acts as a keylogger. Unfortunately, the majority of users find out about the presence of Eredel Stealer Extended on their computers only when they scan their systems with diagnostic scanners or locate unknown files on their PCs. This, without a doubt, does not happen overnight, so Eredel Stealer Extended manages to steal personal information from users until it is detected and removed by the user. Research has shown that the threat connects to C&C servers that are located in the United States and Kharkov (Ukraine), but it is hard to say whether cyber criminals behind the threat come from these countries as well. Either way, Eredel Stealer Extended must be removed from the system right away if it has already entered the system. It is not one of those threats that drop a folder full of files on affected computers. It places only one executable file on the affected computer and creates one task allowing it to launch automatically when the computer is turned out. Technically, it is definitely not a very sophisticated threat, so you will remove it yourself quite easily. Make sure you delete it from your system ASAP if you have already detected it.

Eredel Stealer Extended has no doubt been developed by cyber criminals to steal personal information from users. Almost all activities it performs on affected computers focus on the collection of information. First of all, researchers have noticed that this threat reads credentials saved on the Google Chrome web browser. If you allow your browser to remember your logins and passwords, cyber criminals behind Eredel Stealer Extended will gain access to this information if your PC ever gets infected with it. There is probably no need to say that cyber criminals could then access your accounts without difficulty. What is more, Eredel Stealer Extended might enable cyber criminals to access cookies saved on popular web browsers, including Google Chrome, Chromium, Vivaldi, Yandex, Opera, and Orbitum. While cookies placed on browsers’ by websites usually do not keep anything personal, cyber criminals will know what websites you visit, advertisements you click, and some other information about your online behavior and interests if Eredel Stealer Extended enters your system successfully. Last but not least, they could get a list of programs installed on your computer. As has been observed, Eredel Stealer Extended reads the list of installed programs by checking uninstall registry keys. Last but not least, Eredel Stealer Extended reads anything the affected user types using a keyboard. It means that your passwords, logins, email messages, and other personal details will be sent by this Trojan to cyber criminals. To tell you the truth, it is unclear what they will do with it. The chances are high that the recorded information will be used for various malicious purposes. Have you encountered Eredel Stealer Extended? If so, it would be best that you change your all accounts’ passwords so that cyber criminals could not access them even if they have stolen login credentials from you.

We do not have much information about the distribution of Eredel Stealer Extended, but there is no doubt that it enters systems without the users’ knowledge. Unfortunately, we cannot confirm that users themselves do not contribute to its entrance in any way. Theoretically, you could have ended up with Eredel Stealer Extended if you download pirated software from suspicious websites on the web. Also, you could have ended up with the Trojan if you open attachments from all emails you receive, spam emails included. Last but not least, users make a huge mistake by keeping their systems unprotected. That is, they still do not realize how important it is to keep an antimalware tool enabled.

You must remove Eredel Stealer Extended from your system as soon as possible because this malicious application will steal all your personal details, including those you insert using your keyboard. You do not need to be an expert in malware removal to delete Eredel Stealer Extended from the system yourself. You just need to follow the manual removal guide you will find right below this paragraph.

Delete Eredel Stealer Extended

  1. Open Windows Explorer.
  2. Access %ALLUSERSPROFILE%.
  3. Delete asus.exe from this directory.
  4. Go to C:\Windows\System32\Tasks.
  5. Delete ehzyZtsIeDbSZMzzdyBkHkHWnLzLYrSsDRXUtbSfH.
  6. Empty Recycle Bin.
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Eredel Stealer Extended technical info for manual removal:

Files Modified/Created on the system:

# File Name File Size (Bytes) File Hash
1dcf29a2c06190ce14e7d13b62cc282b2ca8ddb1bf105b1d307e7b2d7f58b0b43.exe1231360 bytesMD5: a3f3d5cf00c899f0d01668de0b531d43

Memory Processes Created:

# Process Name Process Filename Main module size
1dcf29a2c06190ce14e7d13b62cc282b2ca8ddb1bf105b1d307e7b2d7f58b0b43.exedcf29a2c06190ce14e7d13b62cc282b2ca8ddb1bf105b1d307e7b2d7f58b0b43.exe1231360 bytes

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