Don’t have any idea about JS/Phish? Most probably you are wondering what actually it is? You come to the right place. If you are reading this, then your system is surely infected with virus. Then please read instructions carefully to remove it completely from system.

What is JS/Phish?

JS/Phish is stubborn computer virus belongs to Trojan family. This nasty PC threat is able to infect all version of Windows computer easily. Once inside that infected PC, this malign Trojan virus can easily disable the Windows firewall and anti-virus program to avoid its detection and removal. It hide deep into the compromised system and also keep changing its location which make its removal a tough task for your regular anti-virus program. It can also create its copies and spread into different system. Once your PC get infected by JS/Phish virus then you will not be able to perform any task smoothly on your machine. It will slow down your computer and leads to several harmful problems. Your computer will start working slow and often get unresponsive.

JS/Phish intrude the targeted PC through different ways. It mostly get shared via infected USB devices. It also commonly get downloaded along with free third party programs and applications. Aside this, it can also get delivered into your system via spam or junk email attachments, peer to peer file sharing and drive by downloads. This nasty threat will also download other harmful threats and malware on your computer without your permission. JS/Phish will also infect your registry editor and inject its codes for auto startup. it may also get back into your PC using those registry keys. This noxious Trojan virus can also steal your personal info and financial details. It can send those details to remote hackers for using illegal activities. Apart from this, it may also create backdoor on your system to provide illegal entry point for other threats and invaders. You are advised to delete JS/Phish soon from your computer.

How to prevent computer from JS/Phish

Unlike worms, JS/Phish cannot replicate itself. So it is usually attached to other free downloadble applications for its distribution to multiple system. You can follow the below mentioned tips to avoid JS/Phish virus

Avoid using any freeware/shareware software
Keep install of powerful security programs.
Avoid to access any adult sites or malicious domains.
Scan properly any removal device before using it
Avoid reading any email attachment from unknown source.
Regularly scan your entire computer hard drives

Method 1: Remove JS/Phish by Using SpyHunter.

SpyHunter is a useful malware removal tool that detects and removes many malicious threats that several of the major brands can’t detect. This tool will be able to find out and delete JS/Phish and other related threats from your PC without much trouble. Now follow the steps below to automatically remove the Trojan horse:

Step 1: Download and install SpyHunter on your PC.

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Step 2: Upon the installation, launch SpyHunter and perform a full system scan by clicking “Scan Computer Now”.

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Step 3: Wait for the scan to complete. Then, you will be shown all detected threats on your PC.

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Step 4: To clean up all threats completely, click “Fix Threats” and restart your PC.

Method 2: How to manually get rid of JS/Phish?

Restart your computer in Safe Mode with Networking.

For Windows 8:

Reach the desktop on Windows 8 first.
Press Ctrl + Alt + Del keys together.
Open Switch User interface.
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And then hold down the “Shift” key and click on “Shut down” button.
Select Restart option from the pop-up page.
From the next page to choose “Troubleshoot”.
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Click on “Advanced Option” and choose “restart”.
Under Startup Settings, press F5/5 key to navigate to the Safe Mode with Networking.

Windows 7, XP and Vista:
Shut down the affected computer first.
Press F8 key repeatedly until Windows Advanced Option Menu loads.
Select the Safe Mode with Networking option by using the up and down arrow keys.
Hit Enter key to reach the desktop.

Step 2: Open Task Manager by tapping Alt+Ctrl+Del keys together. Move the mouse pointer to “Processes” tab. Detect the fake process created by the JS/Phish popup and click on “End processes” to terminate them.

You can skip this step if you do not find any file associated with JS/Phish popup.

Step 3: Uninstall JS/Phish popup programs from the Control Panel.

Remove JS/Phish popup For Windows 7| Vista

  • Click on Start menu and tap Control Panel.

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  • Select “Programs” option and choose “Uninstall a Program”.

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  • Detect all the malicious programs associated with JS/Phish popup and click on Uninstall button.

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Steps to Delete JS/Phish popup From Windows 8

  • On the right edge of the screen, Click on Search button and type “Control Panel”. Click on search button.

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  • From the search results, select Control Panel. Its Window will appear on the screen, click on Programs and Features option.

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  • Identify the unknown programs and click on Uninstall button to get rid of JS/Phish popup permanently.

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Steps to Delete JS/Phish popup From Windows 10

  • Click on Start button.

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  • To show all the contents, you need to click on Settings option.

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  • Tap System.

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  • From the System menu, Choose Apps and Features option.

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  • Find JS/Phish popup from the list.

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  • Finally, Click on Uninstall button to protect the system from JS/Phish popup.

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Step 4.Uninstall JS/Phish via System Restore.

System Restore is a utility which comes with Windows operating systems and helps computer users restore the system to a previous state and remove programs interfering with the operation of the computer. If you have created a system restore point prior to installing a program, then you can use System Restore to restore your system and completely eradicate the unwanted programs like JS/Phish. You should backup your personal files and data before doing a System Restore.

Steps:

a. Close all files and programs that are open.

b. On the desktop, right click Computer and select Properties. The system window will display.

c. On the left side of the System window, click System protection. The System Properties window will display.

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d. Click System Restore and the System Restore window will display.

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e. Select Choose a different restore point and click Next.

restore system files and settings

f. Select a date and time from the list and then click Next. You should know that all programs and drivers installed after the selected date and time may not work properly and may need to be re-installed.

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g. Click Finish when the “Confirm your restore point” window appears.

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h. Click Yes to confirm again.

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Conclusion

JS/Phish is a highly dangerous virus that can trigger high CPU occupancy rate, cause annoying browser redirection problem and even generate pop-up of advertisements whenever your computer is online. Trojan is designed to steal financial data, such as credit card numbers, login names, passwords, valuable personal documents and other sensitive information although sometimes it won’t show you any infected symptoms once downloaded. For this nasty virus, it can disable firewall and generate misleading virus alert to infected users every few seconds. It terminates and totally disables running antivirus software installed on the target computer and then connects to various malicious servers to download other harmful parasites to destroy the PC. It can make your privacy in a dangerous situation so please take action to remove it from your computer as soon as possible.