Trojan.Redgamble Removal Guide

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Trojan.Redgamble enters the system without the user’s permission and steals information about the user’s played gambling games. Such data might not seem to be sensitive compared to banking information, user’s chat messages, or any other private details, but our specialists warn victims the hackers behind the malicious program could find ways to use it for malicious purposes, for example, phishing scams. Therefore, if you suspect this malware could be installed on your computer, it would be best to get rid of it at once. To make it easier our researchers have prepared deletion instructions showing how to remove Trojan.Redgamble manually. By looking at them, you can learn what data the malicious application creates upon entering the system and so how to determine whether it is on your computer. For other details related to the infection, we would encourage you to have a look at our full article.

According to our specialists, Trojan.Redgamble should be downloaded without even realizing it. For example, the malware might be bundled with another untrustworthy program, and after launching its installer, the Trojan could be installed automatically. Some of you may already know such setup files are often spread through web pages offering pirated software, doubtful freeware, game cracks, and other unreliable applications. Thus, if you would rather keep your system safe we advise you to be extra cautious when downloading new software. The smartest thing to do would be download programs from legitimate sites only. As an extra precaution, users could obtain a reliable security tool. It can be used not only to check the system regularly but also scan various doubtful files downloaded from the Internet before opening them.

Furthermore, if the malicious program is installed, it might be able to re-launch itself every time the user restarts the computer. As a result, it should continently steal information when you play on gambling web pages until it gets erased. Clearly, the faster it is deleted, the less data it can obtain, so it is crucial to detect it early. If you take a look at the removal instructions located at the end of this article, you will see Trojan.Redgamble creates a lot of specific folders with particular folders inside of them, so if you see such data on your computer, it is safe to say the device is infected with the malware. The research shows it targets the following information: game channel, game room title, game type, server, and user's game information. Probably, the most disturbing part is the Trojan can make screenshots, although so far it looks like it only does so to take pictures of the played game.

Provided, you want to be one hundred percent sure Trojan.Redgamble gets erased, it might be best to use a reliable security tool of your choice. As for the manual removal, the truth is it could differ if the malicious program has different versions of itself. In other words, the deletion instructions located at the end of the paragraph can only show how to eliminate the particular sample obtained by our specialists and if you received another version of Trojan.Redgamble the instructions might not be effective.

Get rid of Trojan.Redgamble

  1. Click Ctrl+Alt+Delete.
  2. Select Task Manager.
  3. Find a particular process belonging to the Trojan.
  4. Select it and press End Task.
  5. Exit Task Manager.
  6. Open File Explorer (Win+E).
  7. Go to these locations separately:
    %TEMP%
    %USERPROFILE%\Downloads
    %USERPROFILE%\Desktop
  8. Search for a suspicious file that might be the malware’s installer; right-click it and select Delete.
  9. Find this location C:\Program Files
  10. Search for given directories that would have folders named POKER or GOSTOP in them:
    GRANDGAME
    MONSTERGAME
    GRANDGAMEH
    GRANDGAMEJ
    SWEETGAME
    TITANGAME
    IMPACTGAME
    CHERRYGAME
    CHERRYGAMEJ
    CHERRYGAMEH
    RUBYGAME
  11. Right-click these directories one by one and choose Delete.
  12. Exit the Explorer.
  13. Press Win+R and type Regedit.
  14. Click OK and go to this path: HKEY_users\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run
  15. Find a value name titled SvcMicroAfters, right-click the described value name and pick Delete.
  16. Exit your Registry Editor.
  17. Empty Recycle bin.
  18. Reboot the device.
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