How to remove BEHAVESLIKE.WIN32.WORM.TH virus (Adware)?

BEHAVESLIKE.WIN32.WORM.TH is a typical adware program that will take away the pleasure of a user from surfing the web. Aware will not only slow down the computer system, but in some cases, it can also be a threat to its security. The BEHAVESLIKE.WIN32.WORM.TH adware is a program designed to show uproar and annoying advertisements on the user’s robot desktop with the idea of ​​earning revenue.

Often, ads that are displayed are fake offers and skilfully skew the users to click on them and make them buy unwanted and unnecessary programs. Generally, these ads may look safe, but it is well known that sometimes they can forward the user to sites that distribute malicious software. Sometimes these ads can be not only annoying but also intrusive and occupy a large part of the desktop. This tactic is often used by adware authors to be able to make victims click on the ads even without the user’s desire. Most often, adware-related ads appear as messages and / or banners (images) and can easily trick the users, which is considered an internet crime. The longer an adder stays installed on a computer system the greater the chance of doing more damage. Once a user notices an unusual system behavior is most likely infected with an adware. In this case, it is advisable to scan the system with an anti-malware program that will not only remove any threats but will also protect a system of malicious software.

In most cases, users who are infected with BEHAVESLIKE.WIN32.WORM.TH have no idea how such a program is installed on the computer. The reason for such a situation is that user, in fact, have given permission for this program to be installed. The adware is spreading attached to a free program that is downloaded and installed either by a trusted source. Therefore, it is advisable not to rush while installing free software and reading the End User License Agreement. Such programs should be installed with the personal preference option to avoid anything attached to it. In a hurry, users often install malware for which they have no idea how the it got to the system. Once installed, BEHAVESLIKE.WIN32.WORM.TH will infect all browsers and no matter what browser the user uses, the ads will climb.

The worst with such sessions is that adware already installed will not only change the system settings but also the browser settings. The problem is not to intercept the actual adware itself but it is in restoring the settings. In some cases, even a solitary adware is harder to dump because such programs are well hidden and have no option to remove such as the genuine program. The goal of adware authors to make such programs difficult to remove is to be well hidden and remain as long as possible. A user infected with an adware may also notice unwanted browser extensions that may appear again after they are removed. In order for a user to be sure that not only the adder, but any malware is removed and the computer system is protected, it is recommended to use an anti-malware program.

In search of resolving adware problems, users call them a virus. It is important to note that adware programs are not viruses and their idea is quite different from viruses. While viruses aim to give hackers access to the computer system, to steal important information, bank accounts, credit card numbers, damage operating systems and files, the adware aims only to generate advertising revenue not only for the developer but also for the authors of the ads. As mentioned above, the adware can only cause a system to get infected with a virus and is also considered to be a high-risk program. For this reason, ads that will pop-up have to be avoided and closed and the adware have to be removed.

There are a few other fusions that make BEHAVESLIKE.WIN32.WORM.TH a threat to user. Such programs track the history of the surfing and show ads that match the interest of the infected user. Adware writers are very clever about tricking users into clicking on these ads, which is also a threat. Also, such programs are installed without notifying users. Adware is therefore considered malware and should be removed as quickly as possible.

How did BEHAVESLIKE.WIN32.WORM.TH got my pc infected:

In many ways adware programs attack and get to users computers with well known techniques. Some very old but still really powerful way for hackers to get you infected. If we don’t consider scam emails, there are two main ways:

  • Via shareware or freeware installation – Most adware was bundled with some freeware installation as a legitimate way to use force advertising revenue which claims to improve user experience.

More about bundling: in order to avoid any of this into the future you need to pay more attention. When you install a program never use express installation. Go for custom installation and untick any suspicious software that will come with the freeware. If you go for express installation malware will be installed as an additional software. This process is called bundling.

  • Infected websites – visiting suspicious websites may also lead to malicious attack towards trojan. Use any type of anti-malware software to remove the virus and further protection.

NOTEEven after removing all malware from your PC many of the problems caused by it may still remain!

  • Name – BEHAVESLIKE.WIN32.WORM.TH
  • Type Spamming – Malware
  • Danger Level – High
  • Brief Description – pop-up ads and redirects.
  • Symptoms – Poor pc performance or freezing, pop-up ads and redirects.
  • Method – Via bundling.

Note: Removing malware manually could be very risky and unpredictable!

To proceed with the manual removal of adware from your computer, follow the removal steps below. NOTE: you may be infected with more than one malware and after following the steps ads may still pop-up. Since malware virus creates variety of malicious modified registry entries and different files, we strongly advise you to use anti-malware tool. Removing the virus manually requires high computer skills and knowledge.

Step by step how to remove malware from Chrome, Firefox and Internet explorer:

NOTE: If ads still pop-up you may be infected with more add-ons witch you have to remove from your PC.

Manual steps to remove ransomware or malware. How to prevent ransomware or malware.

For now, removing ransomware or malware manually will only be able for IT specialists. If you don't know one don't worry. We have a solution for you. Over here we will use Spyhunter to remove the virus. The Spyhunter anti-malware is a collection of programs that can be used to scan for malware and clean infected computers. You can also use full anti-malware program in this case which is the better option because it also offers protection.

How to remove "ransomware or malware"

NOTE: In this option the virus will be removed but the files will remain locked! You have to decrypt your files.
  1. Download Spyhunter anti-malware.
  1. 2.  After program has been downloaded, double-click to open it. User will have to install the program. Click on Spyhunter.exe to start the process.
User Account Control dialog may appear, asking you to allow the following program to make changes to this computer. Click "Yes" or "Run" to proceed with the installation. User can also choose variety of languages. Click Ok and the installation will begin with a welcome massage for Spyhunter. Click Next to continue to the next step. User will also have to accept Spyhunter license agreement by clicking on "I accept the agreement" and click Next. Spyhunter will ask user to read important information provided before continuing. Once done click on next to go to the next step. User can choose where to install the program. By default - C:Program FilesEnigma Software GroupSpyHunter. The process will continue and then Spyhunter will install. The installation process may take awhile, depending on a computer system performance. Once the installation is done, click Finish.
  1. 3. Update the software before scanning. Once program has been updated go to scan. You can choose from a free trial version or activate license. It is recommended to buy full version as the trial will not protect computer system.
  1. 4. The scan process will begin. The scan process may take awhile, depending on a computer system performance.
  1. 5. Once the scan is complete you can choose between delete or quarantine the viruses. The quarantine option is recommended and since the malware is active a reboot will be required to finish process.

Click here for guide of how to uninstall spyhunter.

Decrypt ransomware files.

Good news is that we can now use decryption programs. A lot of security companies like Kasperky lab, bitdefender and more has developed a program that is fully capable of decryption key for ransomware malware. You can find this programs anywhere on the internet but it is strongly suggested to download this programs from official websites. NOTE: It may take a long time for your files to be decrypted depending on your PC performance.