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How to remove Worm.RJump.A



1. Right click on an empty space from the taskbar (or right click on the clock from the right corner) and select Task Manager.

- Select the Processes tab, locate ravmon.exe, right click on it and select End Process
- Delete the following file: C:\Windows\ravmon.exe


2. To clean the removable storage device (USB stick, PEN drive etc.) right-click on your USB stick / PEN drive icon and select Explore.

NB: Be careful NOT to double-click the icon because the malware will be reactivated.

- Locate and delete the autorun.inf and ravmon.exe files

3. Click on Start, Run, type regedit and click on OK.

NB: Before you edit the registry, please export the keys that you plan to edit, or create a backup of the system.

- Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run
- Delete the "RavAV" = "C:\windows\ravmon.exe"


4. Download BullGuard and run a full scan of the system.

1. Presence of the autorun.inf and ravmon.exe files in the root of the storage device.

2. Presence of a copy of the ravmon.exe file in the windows system folder.


3. Presence of the RavMonLog file that contains the port number for the backdoor component.

1. Worm.RJump.A spreads by creating a copy on removable storage devices or mapped drives.

2. It drops the following malicious files:



3. Also it drops a clean msvcr71.dll file that is a part of Microsoft Visual Studio.


4. It opens a port for the backdoor component.

The BullGuard Team

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