The behavior of the virus is one that replicate upon interaction or triggered. It usually clones itself on the Startup as SSVICHOSST – located at Windows\system32\SSVICHOSST.exe or as Tazebama on the list of services at the Startup. Task Manager and Registry Editors are disabled quickly by it, giving messages error the 'Task Manager and Registry Editor have been disabled by administrator' . When trying to access them the computer tells you they are not accessible but only by the administrator. Its hyper-hidden files are difficult to collate in the Registry Editor as it spreads through replicating itself. To view some of the locations of the hyper-hidden files yet only as string values. This can be done by opening the Tazebama.dll file with a Notepad. In Notepad one can see where the hyper-hidden files are located in the Registry editor. Note that there are quite a number of files associating with it. These are files usually caught-alerted as viruses when you have Anti-virus package in the system.
The direct-Link Library bearing Tazebama and associated files can easily be removed from a system by some Malware, Spyware, Virus, registry (Security scan) removal tools. These Anti-virus software are capable of locating any of the intruders and wipe them out (is the best way to get rid of it) - the intruder can be inimical to full operation of a computer system. During the course of diagnosing and eradicating of these disturbing files it's most advisable to be careful not to delete important files of the operating system already in the program directory or other locations.
Step 3: If the mark is on Not configure you can mark enable and return back to point Not Configure, click OK and go to file and exit the group Policy. Then press CTRL+ALT+DEL now, on the Windows Task Manager that comes up click Processes to see Tazebama among many files. For the Registry Editor to be managable visit this link .