The Private Exploit Pack is an exploit package that is used to add the corrupt software programs in your system without your consent. This program often sneaks into your computer when you visit the compromised or hacked web pages. Besides that, the Private Exploit Pack also spreads through spam email attachments, freeware download, p2p network, and sharing the resources with other computers on the same network. Once installed, a number of nasty, and suspicious activities started on your system, and the computer starts behaving weirdly. This malicious application has the ability to remain resident, and replicate itself. The Private Exploit Pack also disables your antivirus program along with the other security tools that increase the vulnerability of the computer, and creates a backdoor for the additional parasites. If it remains in the computer for a longer period of time, it can make your system completely useless. This malicious virus makes your system extremely slow, and you will also face regular crashes as well as freezes.

 

The Manual Removal of Private Exploit Pack

Once you have seen that the Private Exploit Pack is installed on your computer, you have to take immediate measures for the removal of this dangerous virus. We recommend the manual removal method for the advanced level users and computer professionals; however, for the basic level computer users, we recommend the automatic removal tools. The instructions for the manual removal method are as under:-

 

Start the System in Safe Mode

First of all you have to reboot the system in the safe mode. This can be done by restarting the PC, and use F8 key to see the various boot options. Select the safe mode option from that list and press the enter key.

 

Kill the Associated Processes

The next step of the manual method is to remove the processes associated with the Private Exploit Pack . In this regard, you have to open the windows task manager, and click on the processes tab. Under this tab you can see the list of running processes. You have to kill the following suspicious processes from the list:-

  • %AppData%\[RANDOM CHARACTERS]\[RANDOM CHARACTERS].exe

Delete the Associated Files

Once the associated processes are removed, you have to delete the files related to this threat. In this regard following are some of the suspicious files that are required to be deleted:-

  • %Desktopdir%\Private Exploit Pack.lnk
  • %Programs%\Private Exploit Pack\Private Exploit Pack.lnk

 

Reverse the Modification in the Windows Registry

To clean the windows registry you have to open the registry editor, by using the “RegEdit” command through Run option on the start menu. Once the registry editor is accessed, you have to delete the following corrupt entries before closing the registry editor. Restart the system in the normal mode to complete the manual removal process:-

  • HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Private Exploit Pack\DisplayIcon %AppData%\[RANDOM CHARACTERS]\[RANDOM CHARACTERS].exe,0
  • HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Private Exploit Pack
  • HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Private Exploit Pack\UninstallString “%AppData%[RANDOM CHARACTERS][RANDOM CHARACTERS].exe” -u
  • HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnce\[RANDOM CHARACTERS] %AppData%\[RANDOM CHARACTERS]\[RANDOM CHARACTERS].exe
  • HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Private Exploit Pack\ShortcutPath “%AppData%\[RANDOM CHARACTERS]\[RANDOM CHARACTERS].exe” -u
  • HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Private Exploit Pack\DisplayName Private Exploit Pack
How to Remove Private Exploit Pack?
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