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    Keep computer safe from Win32/Kryptik.FH

    Is there any method that I can use to keep computer safe from Win32/Kryptik.FH? I am using NOD32 antivirus that is a very good recommended security component, but it is not able to delete this infection from the system. When I scan the system, get results of Win32/Kryptik.FH, but when I try to remove the unhealed infections, nothing happens. Please help me with this problem as this infection is still prevailing in my system. I am using Windows XP SP3 operating system and my browser is IE8.

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    AVG is very helpful against trojans

    AVG is very helpful against trojans and I use the same in my system to keep it safe from infections. I suggest you to use this method to keep computer safe from Win32/Kryptik.FH. Before you install AVG antivirus into your system, do not forget to uninstall NOD32 from your system, since keeping two antivirus in your system can cause conflicts that can result in extreme problems in your system. AVG is a very good antivirus and it keeps the system well protected from infections. Be sure that you keep updating the antivirus everytime the updates are available.

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    Symptoms of Win32/Kryptik.FH

    The symptoms of Win32/Kryptik.FH are as follows:
    • The system works very slow.
    • You get frequent blue screens as well as crashes of the system.
    • The home page of the browser as well as the settings of the search page becomes modified.
    • Many unwanted pop-ups will make you constantly irritated.
    • Many unwanted processes will be running in the task manager.
    • The internet will give very low browser performance.
    • Even after the manual removal of the infection, it again gets activated in the system.

    i suggest you to format the system to keep computer safe from Win32/Kryptik.FH.

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    Manual deletion of the infection

    Inorder to keep computer safe from Win32/Kryptik.FH, I suggest you for the manual deletion of the infection. Here are the files that are infected in the system, which you have to find and manually eradicate them:
    • czltvtkkox.dll
    • jxwwldgtxf.dll
    • pheauarqzb.dll
    • fejopjgulu.dll
    • jykgxumxkk.dll
    • pvlhlemfts.dll
    • fnypjxnzek.dll
    • kdhqk.exe
    • qvovoghiyx.dll
    • hafjrwkdjg.dll
    • mmriunwlaw.dll
    • qxpvjgihuv.dll
    • hditohpcyc.dll
    • moduleie.dll
    • systemguard.exe
    • iemodule.dll
    • mqhkcnqxvg.dll
    • SystemGuard2009.exe
    • iisyynymcc.dll
    • ndamqohbzv.dll
    • udunjexmim.dll
    • ikpxrsbnnq.dll
    • nqhjazmauc.dll
    • undeiimrfx.dll
    • wqfsnodfub.dll
    • zdbwchlcag.dll
    • uqmgwcdcve.dll
    • winscenter.exe
    • winlogon.exe
    • waqqhmkjpz.dll
    • YUGUTOYI.DLL
    • lavusita.dll
    • kinajuto.dll

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    Spywares are the best security components

    Spywares are the best security components to keep computer safe from Win32/Kryptik.FH. Spywares are totally different from the normal antivirus as they stay in the background and check for the malicious activities that are going within the system. So, they cannot hide form the spywares. When, they find that some process or application is causing problems in the system, they simply eradicate that program or application from the system.

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    Keep the system protected with a firewall

    I advice you to keep the system protected with a firewall, since the check for every bits of data that come into the system. When it encounters any malicious content that wants to enter into the system, it rejects those contents. Thus, it keeps the computer safe from Win32/Kryptik.FH and other such infections. Most of the users keep the firewall off, but it is recommended that you always keep some kind of firewall on in your system.

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