Compatible with all Microsoft products and third
party applications, RegCure seeks out those remnants
left behind on your registry from failed
installations, incomplete un-installations, disabled
drivers, and spyware applications.
– process.exe is a running process that is commonly attributed
to a password stealing Trojan called Banker-JJ. This is a
particularly damaging Trojan because it's main payload is to
record keystrokes and steal credit card and bank account
information from your system. However, it can also be used to
download further code and files to your system and to steal
other personal information from your computer.
Security risks such as this have become increasingly popular and
difficult to locate. Banker-JJ will wait until you access a
recognized banking website and will then attempt to steal the
information you input by recording your keystrokes. For obvious
reasons, this is an undesirable program and one that should be
removed as soon as it is found on your system.
Process.exe will install within the registry of your computer in
order to ensure that whenever you start your computer this virus
will run. Even if you do not access banking websites the file
may cause software conflicts and you may begin to experience a
heightened number of software and system errors.
– Many software and system errors can be caused by conflicting
registry entries. This may be the first and most obvious
indication that you have been infected with the Banker-JJ
– Update Internet security software and scan your entire system.
Remove or clean any files that are highlighted as being spyware
or viruses and follow all on screen instructions provided by
your software. If you are experiencing problems with software or
your system as a whole then you should also run a registry
cleaner once you have fully removed the infection. This will
restore your registry back to a usable state.