Pakes is classified as a Trojan downloader. Trojan down loaders install or “drop” malicious programs into infected computers. Pakes is responsible for disabling vital security settings and installing more malware on infected computers. It primarily spreads through unsecure websites.

If you suspect your computer is infected with Pakes or any other spyware, click the button below. ZookaWare PC Cleaner will perform a free scan identifying all spyware currently on your computer.
Trojan.Win32.Pakes.bqb, Trojan-Dropper.Win32.Pakes, Trojan Pakes

Related Files
6.exe, firewall.exe, auf0.exe, cfhxxd.exe, IEXPLORE.EXE, ffcfbbb.exe, kaqwyy.exe, lmqfg.dll, catsrvp.dll, comre.dll, iexplore0.dll

Manual Removal Instructions:
1.    Stop the following processes
a.    auf0.exe cfhxxd.exe iexplore.exe ffcfbbb.exe kaqwyy.exe
2.    Delete the following registry keys
a.    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\software\microsoft\windows\currentversion\setup\{b53082b8-b49c-4ba6-81ff-7c41da1cd87c}
b.    D3A5FD0F-5E7D-4E2C-9621-F44B55876B72
c.    b448d946-3623-42ab-ba32-c08651e36980
d.    072AB440-DEC1-49BB-B036-1A93B7D162CB
3.    Unregister the following DLLs
a.    lmqfg.dll catsrvp.dll comre.dll iexplore0.dll iexplore0.dll
4.    Delete the following files
a.    auf0.exe cfhxxd.exe iexplore.exe ffcfbbb.exe kaqwyy.exe lmqfg.dll catsrvp.dll comre.dll iexplore0.dll

Software Removal Instructions:
To delete Pakes and all other spyware from your computer, run ZookaWare PC Cleaner. ZookaWare PC Cleaner is the only anti-spyware that guarantees 100% spyware removal. If ZookaWare PC Cleaner does not remove the error with the first scan, then they will get you a solution within 24 hours or your money back.

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Cyberlab runs on Windows Vista, 7, 8 and 10. It has no ads, popups or bundled software and fully uninstalls by clicking Start > All Programs > select Cyberlab and click Uninstall.

One Response

  1. Lara Hasselhoff says:

    I have tried ewido, windows defender, ad-aware, spybot, backdoor guard, cwshredder, and god knows what else. Pakes is up to date and i have tried it in safe mode as well but it keeps coming back. I had to reinstall the operating system to get rid of this thing. This is a great post and I’ll save this page, just in case I’ll need it in the future.

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