How to remove 1DVU5Q2HQ4srFNSSaWBrVNMtL4pvBkfP5w Trojan

1DVU5Q2HQ4srFNSSaWBrVNMtL4pvBkfP5w is the bitcoin wallet. Last days ago many users recieved a message with suchlike text:



My nickname in darknet is des53.

I hacked this mailbox more than six months ago. Through it I infected your operating system with a virus (trojan) created by me and have been monitoring you for a long time.

Send the above amount to my Bitcoin wallet: 1DVU5Q2HQ4srFNSSaWBrVNMtL4pvBkfP5w


It seems that your computer is safe, but it will be better to check the system. We described it in our article about Darknet Des53 Bitcoin Email Virus.


Firstly, let's explain what trojan is. Suchlike program can cause errors in the system, and we earnestly recommend you to delete it immediately after reading this article. The safest manner to prevent the viral infection is to learn how to recognize malware. Trojan viruses are the distinct kind of malware that is known for stealthiness and usability, but isn't capable of independently infecting user's PC. In fact, Trojans cannot be called viruses, because viruses know how to reproduce and independently infect computers. Trojans are like parasites: they are totally harmless and feeble, but with help of the host they could create many problems. The original host of newborn Trojan is its creator that gives it a guise of a useful utility and puts it on cozy file-sharing website. The place of Trojan's next host is free, and if you love these little creatures - just download as much trashy tools as you can, and soon you'll get one. Another important Trojan property is that they commonly are being distributed via bundled installation, which means that they infest the PC in one bundle with several other viruses.


In spite of several limitations in the methods of spreading, Trojan programs are extremely effective after they penetrate the computer. Trojans are the biggest sort of malware, and might steal your passwords, engage your PC in a botnet or cause significant damage to the PC. Here is a complete list of possible manners for using Trojans:

  • The last of the popular ways of Trojans use is to make botnets. Botnet is a network of thousands or at least hundreds of systems, or some other "intelligent" devices, with which scammers are carrying out their criminal schemes. The multiplicity of actions varies from DDoS attacks on major websites to large malspam campaigns, and it usually results in restrictions from Google for one IP address or the entire subnet.
  • Trojans, because of their invisibility, are nearly ideal means for spying on common users. Trojan can dwell in infested PC for a long time, getting info about its owner, visited sites, passwords, accounts and in general the text entered via keyboard.


Any of these manners of using Trojans might be carried out solely or altogether. Except enumerated in the previous paragraphs key goals, which directly benefit Internet-criminals, Trojans also have side effects: they use your computer's recourses, block the system with useless software and interfere to use the laptop for its original mission. Knowing this, you will listen to our tip and uninstall all Trojans for good.

Virus removal instruction

Step 1. Boot the system into safe mode

  • Press Start
  • Type Msconfig and press Enter

Safe mode. Step 1


  • Select Boot tab

Safe mode. Step 2



  • Select Safe boot and press Ok

More information about Safe mode: What is Safe Mode and how to boot computer in Safe Mode


Step 2. Show all hidden files and folders

  • Press Start
  • Click on Control Panel

Show hidden files. Step 1


  • Select Appearance and Personalization

Show hidden files. Step 2


  • Click on Folder Options
  • Select View tab
  • Select Show hidden files, folders and drives

Show hidden files. Step 3


  • Press Ok


Step 3. Remove virus files


Check next folders to find suspicious files:

  • %TEMP%
  • %ProgramData%


Step 4. Fix hosts file

  • Go to %SystemRoot%\System32\drivers\etc\ folder



  • Open hosts file using Notepad or other text editor
  • Delete suspicious elements
  • Basic hosts file looks like this:



Step 5. Clean registry (for experienced users)

  • Click Start
  • Type Regedit.exe and press Enter
  • Clean startup registry keys
  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE(HKEY_CURRENT_USER)\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run
  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE(HKEY_CURRENT_USER)\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnce
  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE(HKEY_CURRENT_USER)\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunServices
  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE(HKEY_CURRENT_USER)\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunServicesOnce
  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\Userinit

Step 6. Scan computer with antivirus


We offer you a safe and efficient technique to get rid of Trojans using Spyhunter antiviral program. This software can clean your PC of all present programs on it, but simultaneously defend it from other suchlike troubles. Spyhunter acts without user involved, and for deletion you'll just have to purchase the program, set it up and initiate the scanning and elimination processes. We choose this method, since it's difficult for a common user to recognize the Trojan files. By deleting the wrong file, you might seriously affect the device, and provoke its critical fault. If you're not certain about Spyhunter, you should try it yourself by downloading a trial scanner.


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Step 7. Disable Safe Mode and restart computer

  • Press Start
  • Type Msconfig and press Enter
  • Select Boot tab
  • Remove the check near Safe boot


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