What is Botnet Blacklist Trojan?
Botnet Blacklist Trojan is identified as destructive Trojan virus that open backdoor on infected PC to help more adware and malware enter the system without permission. Once Botnet Blacklist Trojan lands on your PC, it acts as malware installer to mess up entire system. After you launch system, Botnet Blacklist Trojan connects Internet at the background to communicate with remote server, and then various advertising-support applications will be downloaded and setup silently. Your web browsers such as IE, Chrome and Firefox will be infected by numerous nasty extensions which are responsible for generating endless commercial ads. After that, you will be having difficult time while surfing the web since all your browsing will be interrupted with tons of banner ads, text ads and popups ads. In short, Botnet Blacklist Trojan is a source of malware, thus you need to get rid of it as quickly as you can.
How Is Botnet Blacklist Trojan Distributed? How to Avoid Similar Threats?
Botnet Blacklist Trojan is mainly spread through free download files shared on some suspicious websites. When you try to download a torrent file or free software provided by file sharing networks, Botnet Blacklist Trojan and other infections can take chances to infiltrate your system. Especially when you run Installer of those freeware, all kinds of PUPs will be added to your PC without your knowledge if you often use Typical Installation and do not review all agreement and details in the process. Besides, when you open attachments or click links of spam email and visit pornography sites, PC infections can invade your system as well.
To avoid invasions of PC threats like Botnet Blacklist Trojan, you should keep these tips in your mind:
1. Always select Custom Installation while installing software, and do not skip any step so that you have a chance to cancel unwanted options or stop unwanted changes.
2. Scan every email attachment before you open it, and it’s best not to open the suspicious attachments if you cannot be so sure that email is a real email sent by someone you know.
3. Do not visit pornography sites or download related contents shared on some forums.
If your PC have been infected by Botnet Blacklist Trojan, you need to deeply check your PC now and find and remove all the malware related with it, or your personal files, information and accounts will be at risk because it helps remote attacker hack your PC or accounts. Before those big trouble happens to you, follow the steps below to get rid of it now:
How to Manually Remove Botnet Blacklist Trojan from Windows OS? (Steps)
>> If you are a Mac OS user, please read the Mac guide: How to Manually Remove Virus & Malware From Mac OS?
( Remember to BOOKMARK this page because some operations in the removal process may quit this page)
Step 1 – Uninstall suspicious and unwanted programs from Control Panel:
1. Uninstall suspicious and unwanted programs from Windows 10
- Click Start menu at bottom-left corner of your Win 10 screen:
- Select System :
- Select Apps & features, and then select Botnet Blacklist Trojan related apps or unwanted programs, then click Uninstall:
2. Get rid of suspicious and unwanted programs from Windows 8
– Press the Windows Key to open Start Screen. If it does not comes out, then use this option:
- Win 8 User – Hover the cursor in the bottom-left corner of your win 8 screen and wait for the Start Screen appears, then click on the icon to toggle over to the Start Screen
- Win 8.1 User – Click on the Start icon in the lower left-hand corner to open the Start Screen.
– Select Botnet Blacklist Trojan related apps or unwanted programs, and then click on Uninstall:
Win7 & Vista
3. Remove suspicious and unwanted programs from Win7 & Vista
- Click Start button and select Control Panel:
- Select “Uninstall a program”
- Select Botnet Blacklist Trojan or related unsafe apps , and then click Uninstall
Step 2 – Delete suspicious and unwanted extensions from Web Browsers
Delete suspicious and unwanted extensions from Google Chrome
Start Google Chrome and click the “Customize and control Google Chrome” icon at the top right corner >> Select More Tools and click Extensions:
Identify suspicious extensions related with Botnet Blacklist Trojan and click click trash icon to remove it:
Uninstall suspicious and unwanted extensions from Mozilla Firefox
Start Firefox and click the 3 parallel lines icon at the top right corner and Click Add-ons :
Under Extensions tab: If you see unknown or suspicious add-ons listed, select it and click Remove:
Remove suspicious and unwanted extensions from Internet Explorer
Start IE: Click on the cogwheel icon at the top right corner and click Manage Add-ons
Under Toolbar and Extension tab: Select suspicious extensions and click Disable button
Remove suspicious and unwanted extensions from Microsoft Edge
If you have enabled Extensions function on Edge, follow the steps here to delete suspicious and unwanted extensions:
Start Edge: Click the More (…) button ahe tog right corner and click Extensions:
Select the extensions you want to remove and click Uninstall
Remove suspicious and unwanted extensions from Opera Browser
Start Opera Browser: Click Menu button at top left corner and select Extensions:
Select “All” list: Select suspicious and unwanted extensions and click the “X” button to uninstall it:
Step 3 – Delete harmful registry files related with Botnet Blacklist Trojan from Regedit Editor.
1. Press Windows key and R key at the same to launch “Run” window >> Input regedit and click OK to launch Registry Editor:
2. In Registry Editor: Select Edit button and click Find >> Then type the virus name and click Find Next:
3. Right-click on the malicious registry files you find and click Delete:
Step 4 (Optional) – Reset web browsers to remove malicoius items installed by Botnet Blacklist Trojan.
Reset Google Chrome
Start Chrome browser and click on (☰) icon at top right corner And select Settings:
Type “reset” into search box and click Reset button at the bottom:
Click RESET to confirm:
Reset Mozilla Firefox
Start Firefox: click on (☰) icon at the upper right corner >> Click Help >> Click “Troubleshooting Information”
Click the “Refresh Firefox” button and click another “Refresh Firefox” button when dialog box will appear on your screen.
Reset Internet Explorer
Start IE browser: Click gear icon at the upper right corner and select “Internet option”
Now click“Advanced” and click on “Reset” button.
Check out the “Delete personal settings” box and click on “Reset” button.
Reset Microsoft Edge
Start Microsoft Edge browser: Click More (…) icon on the top right corner and select Settings :
Click Clear browsing data button and then click Clear to confirm:
Start Opera browser: Now click Help menu and select About Opera:
Copy the Paths of Profile and Cache, and then open them one by one by pasting them into the Search Box of Start Menu:
Delete the two folders: Profile and Cache and your opera will be reset.
If the guide doesn’t help, scan entire infected PC with Spyhunter anti-malware and let it help you fix all problems.