Have you sometimes wondered why your Task Manager and Registry Editing Tool was just suddenly disabled? When you try to run either of these two application, a message "...has been disabled by your administrator." just pops-up. Although you are very sure that nobody, and not even you voluntarily disabled the Task Manager nor the Registry Tool.
You may be infected with the "autome" (as I call it) - or the Generic_c.ACRH trojan horse as detected by AVG Anti-virus. This trojan creates a hidden process which runs in your system and disables the Task Manager so that you won't be able to terminate this process. It also disables the registry editing tools so that you won't have the ability to re-enable the Task Manager. Besides this, it also infects your removable drives. It replicates itself on the removable drive and re-program the autorun.ini so that it would run it's own process upon activation of the drive.
Although the damage done by this Trojan wasn't "healed" by the anti-virus I'm using, it helped me to decipher the trojan's process which led me to the creation of the total removal of the infection and healing of its damage.
The autome remover first deletes the infection from your system and from any active removable drives. Then it re-enables all the system features which was disabled by the trojan.
This remover is free for download and use for your benefit. Note however that any damage done in your system after using this utility is not my responsibility. We may not know if your system has already been damaged by other trojans or viruses prior or after the 'autome' trojan was removed and healed.
Download the file here.
If the download fails, try here then click the 'Download File' button.