TrojanDownloader: JS/Nemucod.RH Removal Guide


TrojanDownloader: JS/Nemucod.RH is a Trojan horse from JS/Nemucod malware family and it can be distributed via email, malicious or compromised web pages, Internet Relay Chat, peer-to-peer networks, etc. It often pretends to be beneficial and tricks you to get it installed out of consent. Taking advantage of parts of operating system that is automatic and usually invisible to the user, hides itself deeply and download & install other malware to your computer.

With Trojandownloader: JS/Nemucod.RH – the unique combination of nasty and malicious stick around, suspicious activities will not stop and real harm will befall soon.

* Unknown downloads of potentially malicious files.
* Frequent activation of bad codes
* Unstable or limited internet connection
* Unauthorized modification of browser settings
* Misleading or deceptive advertising within programs
* The change of desktop background or shortcuts
* The computer automatically shutting down and rebooting

To ensure your browsing experience to avoid further damage as well, you are suggested to take immediate actions and expunge Trojandownloader:JS/Nemucod.RH and associated malware from your device. At least you should could check for any suspicious program and set your browser from the Trojan affection. Or you could consider getting a security tool to run the errand for you.


STEP 1: Uninstall TrojanDownloader: JS/Nemucod.RH related program from Windows

STEP 2: Reset your browser settings to get rid of annoying pop-up

STEP 3: Remove TrojanDownloader: JS/Nemucod.RH with security tool SpyHunter automatically


STEP 1: Uninstall TrojanDownloader: JS/Nemucod.RH program from Windows


In this step, you need to locate and uninstall any suspicious program that may have Trojandownloader:JS/Nemucod.RH bundled.

On Windows 10/8:

Right-click the Start button (or Open Win+X Power menu), tap on Control Panel

win10-8 control panel

click Uninstall a program as shown in the picture below.


Right-click on the program that you want to remove from your Windows and then click Uninstall button.

On Windows 7/Vista/XP:

Click on Start >> Control Panel >> Programs; locate any suspicious program and Uninstall it


If you are experiencing issues with pop-up Ads on your browser or having other problems using the browser, you could try to reset your browser to its default settings.

STEP 2: Reset your browser settings to get rid of malware affection


Google Chrome:

  • Click Chrome menu -> Settings to get chrome://settings/ page
  • Scroll down to the bottom of the setting page and click Show advanced settings
  • Scroll down to the bottom once again and click Reset Settings


Mozilla Firefox:

  • Open Firefox -> choose Help -> choose Troubleshooting information
  • Click on Reset Firefox. Choose Reset Firefox again to make sure that you want it back to default.

FF Win8

Internet Explorer:

  • Click Tool -> Internet Options -> Advanced -> Reset to get the Reset IE settings tab
  • Select Delete personal settings, click Reset button.

IE Advanced settings


Video Guide for Trojan Horse Removal (Reference)


STEP 3: Remove TrojanDownloader: JS/Nemucod.RH with security tool SpyHunter automatically


SpyHunter will not only protect your PC from the latest malware attacks by detecting and removing all traces of threats (including worms, Trojans, rootkits, rogues, spyware, and more) with industry-leading technology, but also technical support and custom fixes for hard-to-kill malware.

a) Click the icon below to download the free scanner SpyHunter


b) Run SpyHunter to scan your computer for the target malware. It might take some time to finish the scanning process. Just be patient.

quick scan

c) Once the program finishes scanning, you could consider to register for a paid version SpyHunter to completely fix TrojanDownloader: JS/Nemucod.RH issue.

Specially Remind:

Your computer should be free from TrojanDownloader:JS/Nemucod.RH now. Since experienced skills are always required during manual removal, we recommend that you keep SpyHunter installed on your system and perform regular computer scans, just in case.

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