How to Remove “USBSafelyRemove.exe”

What is USBSafelyRemove.exe?


USBSafelyRemove.exe is a legitimate process file popularly known as USB and SATA Device Manager. It is associated with USB Safely Remove developed by Crystal Rich. It is located in C:\Program Files by default.

Malware programmers write virus files with malicious scripts and save them as USBSafelyRemove.exe with an intention to spread virus on the internet.

Affected Platforms: Windows OS

How to determine if your computer is infected with USBSafelyRemove.exe malware?

Look out for the these symptoms to check if your PC is infected with USBSafelyRemove.exe malware:

  • Unstable internet connection
  • USBSafelyRemove.exe occupies extra CPU space
  • PC processing speed slows down
  • Browser often redirects to irrelevant websites
  • Browser is bombarded with hordes of popup ads
  • Computer screen freezes repeatedly

Take the following steps to diagnose your PC for possible USBSafelyRemove.exe malware attack:

Step 1: Simultaneously press CTRL+ALT+DEL keys to open Task Manager.
Step 2: If you notice the file located outside C:\Program Files perform an antivirus scan to get rid of the malware.

How to remove USBSafelyRemove.exe malware from system using Comodo Antivirus?

Step 1: Download our award-winning Free Antivirus

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 after the installation gets over

Step 5: Wait for Comodo Internet Security to update the antivirus.

Step 6: Proceed with the quick scan that automatically begins after the update.

Step 7: If threats are found during the scanning, you will be notified through an alert screen.

Step 8: Comodo Antivirus will remove USBSafelyRemove.exe malware from your computer including all other malwares!
 

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Malware Entries

First Seen: 05 September 2008 at 12:27 pm
No. Company File Type SHA1 MD5 Malware
Name
Digitally
Signed
File
Version
Product
Version
Submitted
From
Malware Behavior
1 N/A Executable df332cb97c8edc4b
d01aa56813576889
27447ed8
f827b41bac4e22b0
a5aabbfe6109e995
Virus.Win32.
Virut.CE
No N/A N/A 103.114.167.70/32 N/A
2 N/A Executable 5022750f416219d5
3c1af36866256834
8b0c7d5c
a72592b7c208efe0
9d86664daf6efc36
Win32.Neshta
.A
No N/A N/A Ukraine N/A
3 N/A Executable 9a4b3db08486468f
56b2209f0b2e2226
a3715843
a2c957011bcc381a
c0f4b287b22b4f35
Virus.Win32.
Delf.I1
No 4.3.2.950 4.3.2.950 Russian Federation N/A
4 N/A Executable 962611bfa2dbfc12
c8f3e4576e026e99
d12bc77d
7c2acb7afb403ace
4c7ca2224e620a97
Virus.Win32.
Virut.Ce
No 4.1.0.770 4.1.0.770 Russian Federation N/A
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40

Safe Entries

First Seen: 29 September 2008 at 5:31 pm
No. Company File Type SHA1 MD5 Digitally
Signed
File
Version
Product
Version
Submitted
From
1 N/A Executable 9a5e346676937894
d5658a3a4f716d64
2eb7ed2e
e5b754492134a5d5
2f77a6216f796bc9
No 3.0.13.451 3.0.13.451 Internal Submission
2 N/A Executable 24a7fdb88d25b37e
95f2b11c1b10fa73
c9c8ecab
f8d0aba0be90bfe0
6f69a6d1e3f96663
No 4.1.5.800 4.1.5.800 Portugal
3 Crystal Rich Ltd Executable cf874cbfd486d098
cb0490389c20c283
b676f53e
2d941745a7477f2c
969ebe91b83760d3
Yes 5.3.8.1233 5.3.8.1233 Internal Submission
4 N/A Executable b9b3dc361a1eac34
0f677c8c4a9c5be7
4c7cf8e0
166f3b5d95b1b4b6
ea5af8a0e7c57526
No 4.0.6.720 4.0.6.720 Internal Submission
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