Evrial Trojan Removal Guide

Do you know what Evrial Trojan is?

Have you found that a transaction you made using your crypto wallet has ended up in the wrong wallet? If you have, you need to check if Evrial Trojan has not invaded your Windows operating system. This malicious threat observes your clipboard to see if you copy your wallet ID when preparing for a transaction. The infection does that using regex to match strings. If you copy an ID, the Trojan silently replaces it with a different ID to send money to a different wallet. That is not the only thing that the creator of the Trojan can do to take your money. They could also hijack your virtual accounts because the infection is capable of recording and storing sensitive login data as well. Needless to say, you want to delete Evrial Trojan as soon as possible, but that is not the only thing you need to worry about. As soon as you remove the infection, you have to do everything to protect your virtual identity.

How did you let Evrial Trojan in? Did you install this infection by downloading something attractive? Malicious threats can be concealed in very clever ways, which is why you should never install anything without researching it thoroughly first. You should not install software without having anti-malware software to back you up either. If reliable security software is not guarding you and your system, it is very easy for malicious threats to slither in. Even if you are experienced and vigilant, malware could slip through your defenses because malware creators and distributors are constantly finding new ways to expose users to it. If you allow Evrial Trojan to enter your operating system, you are unlikely to realize that it requires removal right away. Even if you delete the initial launcher, you might not realize that you also need to erase the copy, which is usually stored in the %APPDATA%\Performance folder. When testing the threat, the copy was named “dlhosta.exe,” but you might face a different name.Evrial Trojan Removal GuideEvrial Trojan screenshot
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Evrial Trojan silently steals passwords, usernames, Wallet IDs, Chrome login credentials, and other sensitive information. This information is stored in files that are created by the Trojan in the %TEMP% directory. If you move to this location, you should find two FV files with random characters in their names, and these are the files that store Chrome login credentials. You should also find several folders with random names, and within then, you should find LOG files named “passwords.log.” Passwords and usernames are stored within these files. Of course, you should delete these files because they are not useful to you, and they do not affect the operating of your system. Most important, however, is that you remove Evrial Trojan. Once you get rid of this threat, you can worry about the rest. Unfortunately, the chances are that you will continue dealing with the aftershock of the Trojan even after it is deleted. Depending on what kind of information is recorded, you could be dragged into scams, and your virtual identity could be exploited to scam others or even to steal your money.

If you follow the instructions below, you should be able to remove Evrial Trojan manually. If you cannot get rid of this threat yourself, you can always utilize a legitimate anti-malware tool. This tool can be extremely useful as it can also help with the elimination of other threats, as well as the overall protection, and there is no question whether you need it. If you do not protect your operating system, you are likely to face other kinds of malware sooner or later. The elimination of Evrial Trojan is not all that you need to take care of. You also need to change passwords to all of your sensitive accounts because you do not want cyber criminals hijacking them. Also, beware of any suspicious activity as that could be a sign that cyber criminals are trying to do something malicious.

Delete Evrial Trojan

  1. Locate and Delete the {random name} .exe file that launched the Trojan.
  2. Launch Windows Explorer by tapping keys Win+E.
  3. Type %APPDATA%\Performance\ into the bar at the top and tap Enter.
  4. Delete the copy file named dlhosta.exe (the name could be different).
  5. Enter %TEMP% into the bar at the top.
  6. Delete the folders and files associated with the Trojan.
  7. Empty Recycle Bin and then immediately perform a full system scan.

In non-techie terms:

The malicious Evrial Trojan is a silent infection that steals information and is capable of diverting transactions performed using crypto wallet IDs. Hopefully, you detect this malware before anything bad happens, but you cannot just assume that you are safe when you remove Evrial Trojan. You can try erasing this threat manually using the instructions above, or, better yet, you can install an anti-malware program. This program will ensure that your operating system is cleaned and protected reliably, which is exactly what you need. After you delete the threat, you must change the passwords to the accounts that cyber criminals might try to corrupt.