How to Remove “Openssl.exe”

What is Openssl.exe?


Openssl.exe is a legitimate file. It is also known as open ssl application and it belongs to Apache Software Foundation.  It is commonly stored in sub folder of  file C:\Programes\Apache. Since it is a very essential file for all websites, the malware programmers or cyber criminals write the different types of malicious programs and name it as openssl.exe to damage the software and hardware.
 
Affected Platform: Windows OS
 

How to check if your computer is infected with Openssl.exe malware?       

 
The type of malware programs varies and the mode of infection also varies. Any of the following can alert you if the system is infected.  
  • If the internet connection fluctuation is high 
  • If the Open.exe file is taking more of your CPU memory 
  • If the system performance is very low
  • If the system is redirected to some strange websites 
  • If the system is getting some annoying popup ads 
To confirm that go to task manager by pressing the combination of keys ctrl+alt+del and go to the process tab  and right click on the Open.exe to check the location, if the location is a sub folder of  C:\Programes\Apache then the system is not affected by openssl.exe, if the location is somewhere else then the system is affected by openssl.exe malware. 
 
How to remove the Openssl.exe file from system using Comodo Antivirus?
 
Step 1: Download the award-winning Free Internet Security.
 
Step 2: Installation configuration frames will be displayed. Select the configuration you would like to apply.
 
Step 3: Select Customize Configuration option and arrange installers, configuration, and file location.
 
Step 4: Restart your PC.
 
Step 5: It will take some time for the Comodo Internet Security to update the antivirus.
 
Step 6: Proceed with a quick scan that automatically begins after the update.
 
Step 7: If threats are found during the scanning, you will be prompted with an alert screen.
 
Step 8: Comodo Antivirus will remove the Openssl.exe virus from your computer including all other malwares!
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Malware Entries

First Seen: 11 May 2018 at 8:03 am
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Name
Digitally
Signed
File
Version
Product
Version
Submitted
From
Malware Behavior
1 N/A Executable 07df939b265b45b2
39e392de0de17406
3b05e5bf
7d6dfe623450cfaa
82ea6fe2d56beb5b
Virus.Win32.
Ramnit.K
No N/A N/A 176.221.121.148/32 N/A
2 N/A Executable 9aebc9b1def5293f
e427a50aeccdce26
9a2050bb
cac694af4dd445af
433174323d3e7153
Virus.Win32.
Parite.gen
No N/A N/A Argentina N/A
3 N/A Executable c6b8e8638ece5e16
43ed809251ded356
1db986d9
aec36e98ab4ef3a1
0f5b3bff6751abf6
Win32.Neshta
.A
No N/A N/A Thailand N/A
4 N/A Executable 7953be1e4aa5abf4
5789c9cd12056937
cf8fc8b5
f8770909146f5364
243652ff8ee5d7c2
Virus.Win32.
Sality.gen
No N/A N/A Brazil N/A
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Safe Entries

First Seen: 13 November 2009 at 3:36 am
No. Company File Type SHA1 MD5 Digitally
Signed
File
Version
Product
Version
Submitted
From
1 N/A Executable 60d327ae70ca7ddf
93a5d14412be3b21
493172c2
c83c031e79b4610f
1ce6810c3af3e749
Yes N/A N/A United States
2 N/A Executable 67c4382a2f65c0b8
bb2775d625fcb58b
0c333271
9b064f4c6f8a33b3
e852a224ba46ee6c
No N/A N/A 10.108.51.116/32
3 N/A Executable 76a3075e88c445b0
eb9698665dd635d0
d80dd674
ed838e05ba87f78b
af672b50edfe6cb6
No N/A N/A India
4 N/A Executable 67c4382a2f65c0b8
bb2775d625fcb58b
0c333271
9b064f4c6f8a33b3
e852a224ba46ee6c
No N/A N/A 10.108.51.216/32
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