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Trust Ninja Removal Guide

Trust Ninja Removal

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Trust Ninja is a fake security client. While it does not do a hole lot of harm to your system it is very annoying and a clear sign you might have other more dangerous trojans on your computer. This fake security software tends to get installed via a fake video codec. This is not always the case but it happen’s a lot. One installed on your computer it will run a scan and show bogus scan results. This is all a scam to take your hard earned money. The most annoying part I found on Trust Ninja is the warnings that kept coming up. This program can be very annoying but once again this fake client by it’s self at this point and time does not seem to be doing a whole lot of damage. The large question at heart is what other viruses do you have on your computer that came down with this infection. The removal guide is below and it will show you how to remove Trust Ninja from your computer. However we do strongly recommend you run a full in-depth scan of your computer to ensure you have no other viruses installed.

Some symptoms of Trust Ninja Removal Bot:

* Bogus Scan results * Auto Scans on Start-up and stays active * Warning coming out of a fake shield in the system tray * pop-ups and re-directs to the fake software’s website * constant warnings of being infected as well as false statements of other trojans.

Manual removal instructions for Trust Ninja ( Please read our disclaimer bellow )

Kill Trust Ninja processes: ( Learn How to Kill a Process Here. Opens in new Window )

  • TrustNinja.exe
  • TrustNinjaSvc.exe
  • uninstall.exe

Delete Trust Ninja registry values: ( Learn How to Edit Registry Here. Opens in new Window )

  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Services\TrustNinjaSvc\Enum
  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Services\TrustNinjaSvc\Security
  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\TrustNinjaSvc\Enum
  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\TrustNinjaSvc\Security
  • HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run TrustNinja
  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\TrustNinjaSvc
  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Services\TrustNinjaSvc
  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\TrustNinja
  • HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\TrustNinja

Unregister DLLs :

  • nsSCM.dll ns
  • Process.dll

Delete files: Most of these will be in the Trust Ninja Directory. The .lnk are just link files to the .exe.

  • TrustNinja.exe
  • TrustNinjaSvc.exe
  • TrustNinja.lnk
  • nsSCM.dll
  • nsProcess.dll
  • Uninstall.lnk
  • Homepage.lnk
  • TrustNinja.lnk
  • license.txt data.bin

Delete directories: ( Please note that in most cases everything in this folder can be deleted. Just be sure it’s the correct folder 😉

  • %program_files%\TrustNinja Software
  • C:\documents and Settings\All Users\start Menu\Programs\TrustNinja

Note: Vista file paths and Windows 7 file paths will be a little different but you should still be able to trace them down. HELP OTHERS OUT. These traces may change and directories move around. Help others out by posting a comment below noting any new file changes or directory changes. Please keep in mind that viruses mutate and change all the time. Do expect the above to change around a little. However this guide should work well for you and any experienced pro will be able to follow it and figure out the traces if they mutate.

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