IPH.exe virus? Automatic timer shutdown?-Best remedy

Have you ever encountered with a strange message saying,
Gotcha!!! You are now in my control!!!!
I think I can help you
Well it is so easy to remove those viruses manually. But it is not a permanent method to remove. There is no any other alternative than precautions to get rid of virus permanently.
If you want to remain virus free then here are short tips:

1- Never connect your computer with the internet or any other networks.

2- Never use any CDs,Floppies or any other means of removable media.

3- And last but not least, Never turn your computer on.

LOL these are the worst tips to get rid of viruses permanently.
Actually I am trying to say that its not possible to remove virus temporarily.
Well lets get to the point(I never get to my point, so i get lesser marks in theories and oral tests, damn me….)

If you are the regular visitor of my blog then you'll find these code somewhat similar to the post of manually removing kinza.exe virus. Well yes it is absolutely similar.
It just kills that task named iph.exe and deletes it from your local had drive.

taskkill /f /im iph.exe
taskkill /f /im iph.exe
taskkill /f /im iph.exe
taskkill /f /im iph.exe
taskkill /f /im iph.exe
taskkill /f /im iph.exe
taskkill /f /im iph.exe

attrib -s -h -r %systemroot%\iph.exe
attrib -s -h -r %systemroot%\system.bat
del %systemroot%\iph.exe
del %systemroot%\system.bat

shutdown -a

Do you know what? you need to copy these codes and paste it into notepad and save it as "filename.bat"[Please do include these quotation marks]
Now execute it by double clicking, it will temporarily remove the virus from your computer. Better if you change the drive letter for specific drives and scan all of them.

Well if this or any virus is giving you automatic timer shutdown then do this.
go to run command and type:

shutdown -a

You can read more article about shutdown in my previous blog article.

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