This article will help you to remove Nymeria Trojan horse effectively. Follow the removal instructions for the Trojan horse provided at the end of the article.
Nymeria is the name of a Trojan horse. An executable process related to the Nymeria Trojan horse is involved in spreading it. That process is usually hidden as a legitimate service of your operating system. If the process is found in a temporary folder or the “Windows” folder, then it is malware that got there without your permission and could try to steal credential data and personal information from anybody who has fallen victim to the threat. Nymeria Trojan may also use exhaustive power consumption, so it is in your best interest to remove it as fast as you can.
|Name||Nymeria Trojan (Loda)|
|Type||Trojan Horse, Miner Malware|
|Short Description||Nymeria is a Trojan horse that is probably put in your computer system via a similar malware on your computer system.|
|Symptoms||You may see a rise in the usage of your computer’s resources like CPU, RAM or GPU, while your computer will accordingly consume more electric power and may even overheat if a cryptocurrency miner is involved. Otherwise, there are barely any symptoms most of the time, other than a significant system slowdown or frequent system crashes.|
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Nymeria Trojan – Distribution Methods
The Nymeria Trojan has been seen to be delivered [wplinkpreview url=”https://sensorstechforum.com/microsoft-office-infections-cve-2017-0199/”] via CVE-2017-0199 Exploit which uses Microsoft Office for infecting the computers of unsuspecting users. In the screenshot below you can see a MS Office document that tries to trick users to click on it and activate the Macro:
Nymeria Trojan can also spread if you come across unknown websites through redirects and advertisements which have some sort of scripts in themselves and load them when you visit a site or click on an advert. Pop-ups, pop-unders, as well as banners could have links inside of them that can redirect you. When visiting such websites, especially with an unknown origin, they could inject the malware inside your computer device. That can happen via any browser.
Nymeria Trojan has also been found to be delivered via exploit kits, or in files (typically using filenames related to popular keyword searches) which are downloaded from different malicious websites.
Nymeria Trojan – Technical Information
Nymeria Trojan is the name of a Trojan horse. This Trojan is a few months old, but is still active in the wild, infecting computer machines. An executable process related to the Trojan horse is involved in spreading it. That process is usually hidden as a legitimate service of your operating system. Nymeria.C, seems to be a new variant, still attacking users’ machines worldwide. This type of Trojan horses is known to take up a really small portion of your computer’s resources at first, to infiltrate your computer’s defenses, embed itself into system processes and remain undetected until it does what it is designed to do – spying on victims and stealing information from them.
The Nymeria Trojan is not a system file and not related to Windows, but could tamper with Windows processes.
Nymeria Trojan malware is highly likely to make some additional components that will aid it to achieve its purpose to full effect. Thus, after it being executed on the system, it may establish a remote connection to a command and control server where all other malicious files are available. There are some essential Windows folders in which the malicious files can be dropped:
Besides everything said above, the Nymeria Trojan also has spying capability and has the ability to monitor certain gaming applications. It also sends the following information to a remote C&C server:
- A hard coded string (seen ‘victim’, ‘Clientv4’)
- Hard coded string (seen ‘ddd’)
- Installed AV Vendor (enumerated via running process names)
- Malware version, i.e. 1.0.1
- Monitor resolution in a special format (“Pr[Height]X2[Width]X3”)
- OS type (can be “laptop”, “Desktop”, or “x”, enumerated using the WMI query “Select * from Win32_SystemEnclosure”)
- User account name
- Version (beta)
- Victim’s Country
- Victim’s IP address
- Webcam installed (Yes or No, enumerated using capGetDriverDescription from Avicap32.dll)
- Windows architecture (X64 or X86)
- Windows version
The Nymeria Trojan horse has the following aliases:
So, stopping your Internet connection is probably a good idea if you are suspecting that something fishy is going on with your computer device.
Below you can see some useful tips that can help you to prevent similar Trojan malware from installing onto your PC, in the future:
- Run programs inside a sandbox environment
- Install an advanced anti-malware protection
- Update your mostly-used programs and software in general
- Update your OS with security updates
- Install an ad-blocker application
- Be wary around your e-mails and don’t open them unless you know the source
- Disable macros in Microsoft Office Applications
- Keep your firewall ON
Nymeria Trojan will probably try to extract as much information as possible based on its capabilities and try to propagate further on a network to access other devices. It is highly recommend that you remove the malware threat, because the Nymeria Trojan might also degrade your system’s lifespan if it downloads other malware to your PC making it inaccessible.
Remove Nymeria Trojan Completely
To remove Nymeria Trojan manually from your computer, follow the step-by-step removal tutorial written down below. In case this manual removal does not get rid of the miner malware completely, you should search for and remove any leftover items with an advanced anti-malware tool. Such software can keep your computer secure in the future.
- Guide 1: How to Remove Nymeria Trojan (Loda) from Windows.
- Guide 2: Get rid of Nymeria Trojan (Loda) on Mac OS X.
- Guide 3: Remove Nymeria Trojan (Loda) in Google Chrome.
- Guide 4: Erase Nymeria Trojan (Loda) from Mozilla Firefox.
- Guide 5: Uninstall Nymeria Trojan (Loda) from Microsoft Edge.
- Guide 6: Remove Nymeria Trojan (Loda) from Safari.
- Guide 7: Eliminate Nymeria Trojan (Loda) from Internet Explorer.
- Guide 8: Disable Nymeria Trojan (Loda) Push Notifications in Your Browsers.
How to Remove Nymeria Trojan (Loda) from Windows.
Step 1: Boot Your PC In Safe Mode to isolate and remove Nymeria Trojan (Loda)
Step 2: Uninstall Nymeria Trojan (Loda) and related software from Windows
Here is a method in few easy steps that should be able to uninstall most programs. No matter if you are using Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista or XP, those steps will get the job done. Dragging the program or its folder to the recycle bin can be a very bad decision. If you do that, bits and pieces of the program are left behind, and that can lead to unstable work of your PC, errors with the file type associations and other unpleasant activities. The proper way to get a program off your computer is to Uninstall it.
Step 3: Clean any registries, created by Nymeria Trojan (Loda) on your computer.
The usually targeted registries of Windows machines are the following:
You can access them by opening the Windows registry editor and deleting any values, created by Nymeria Trojan (Loda) there. This can happen by following the steps underneath:
Get rid of Nymeria Trojan (Loda) from Mac OS X.
Step 1: Uninstall Nymeria Trojan (Loda) and remove related files and objects
1. Hit the ⇧+⌘+U keys to open Utilities. Another way is to click on “Go” and then click “Utilities”, like the image below shows:
- Go to Finder.
- In the search bar type the name of the app that you want to remove.
- Above the search bar change the two drop down menus to “System Files” and “Are Included” so that you can see all of the files associated with the application you want to remove. Bear in mind that some of the files may not be related to the app so be very careful which files you delete.
- If all of the files are related, hold the ⌘+A buttons to select them and then drive them to “Trash”.
In case you cannot remove Nymeria Trojan (Loda) via Step 1 above:
In case you cannot find the virus files and objects in your Applications or other places we have shown above, you can manually look for them in the Libraries of your Mac. But before doing this, please read the disclaimer below:
You can repeat the same procedure with the following other Library directories:
Tip: ~ is there on purpose, because it leads to more LaunchAgents.
Step 2: Scan for and remove Nymeria Trojan (Loda) files from your Mac
When you are facing problems on your Mac as a result of unwanted scripts and programs such as Nymeria Trojan (Loda), the recommended way of eliminating the threat is by using an anti-malware program. SpyHunter for Mac offers advanced security features along with other modules that will improve your Mac’s security and protect it in the future.
Remove Nymeria Trojan (Loda) from Google Chrome.
Step 1: Start Google Chrome and open the drop menu
Step 2: Move the cursor over "Tools" and then from the extended menu choose "Extensions"
Step 3: From the opened "Extensions" menu locate the unwanted extension and click on its "Remove" button.
Step 4: After the extension is removed, restart Google Chrome by closing it from the red "X" button at the top right corner and start it again.
Erase Nymeria Trojan (Loda) from Mozilla Firefox.
Step 1: Start Mozilla Firefox. Open the menu window
Step 2: Select the "Add-ons" icon from the menu.
Step 3: Select the unwanted extension and click "Remove"
Step 4: After the extension is removed, restart Mozilla Firefox by closing it from the red "X" button at the top right corner and start it again.
Uninstall Nymeria Trojan (Loda) from Microsoft Edge.
Step 1: Start Edge browser.
Step 2: Open the drop menu by clicking on the icon at the top right corner.
Step 3: From the drop menu select "Extensions".
Step 4: Choose the suspected malicious extension you want to remove and then click on the gear icon.
Step 5: Remove the malicious extension by scrolling down and then clicking on Uninstall.
Remove Nymeria Trojan (Loda) from Safari.
Step 1: Start the Safari app.
Step 2: After hovering your mouse cursor to the top of the screen, click on the Safari text to open its drop down menu.
Step 3: From the menu, click on "Preferences".
Step 4: After that, select the 'Extensions' Tab.
Step 5: Click once on the extension you want to remove.
Step 6: Click 'Uninstall'.
A pop-up window will appear asking for confirmation to uninstall the extension. Select 'Uninstall' again, and the Nymeria Trojan (Loda) will be removed.
Eliminate Nymeria Trojan (Loda) from Internet Explorer.
Step 1: Start Internet Explorer.
Step 2: Click on the gear icon labeled 'Tools' to open the drop menu and select 'Manage Add-ons'
Step 3: In the 'Manage Add-ons' window.
Step 4: Select the extension you want to remove and then click 'Disable'. A pop-up window will appear to inform you that you are about to disable the selected extension, and some more add-ons might be disabled as well. Leave all the boxes checked, and click 'Disable'.
Step 5: After the unwanted extension has been removed, restart Internet Explorer by closing it from the red 'X' button located at the top right corner and start it again.
Remove Push Notifications caused by Nymeria Trojan (Loda) from Your Browsers.
Turn Off Push Notifications from Google Chrome
To disable any Push Notices from Google Chrome browser, please follow the steps below:
Step 1: Go to Settings in Chrome.
Step 2: In Settings, select “Advanced Settings”:
Step 3: Click “Content Settings”:
Step 4: Open “Notifications”:
Step 5: Click the three dots and choose Block, Edit or Remove options:
Remove Push Notifications on Firefox
Step 1: Go to Firefox Options.
Step 2: Go to “Settings”, type “notifications” in the search bar and click "Settings":
Step 3: Click “Remove” on any site you wish notifications gone and click “Save Changes”
Stop Push Notifications on Opera
Step 1: In Opera, press ALT+P to go to Settings
Step 2: In Setting search, type “Content” to go to Content Settings.
Step 3: Open Notifications:
Step 4: Do the same as you did with Google Chrome (explained below):
Eliminate Push Notifications on Safari
Step 1: Open Safari Preferences.
Step 2: Choose the domain from where you like push pop-ups gone and change to "Deny" from "Allow".