How to remove JCECN.EXE

JCECN.EXE is a malicious process of bitcoin miner virus. Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency, and the way to obtain them is called mining. But some users don't want to use their own computers and prefer to hack others and infect them by virus. If you see jcecn.exe process in your Task Manager, it means that your system was cracked too. Another symptoms is great computer speed reduce, long loading and lags.

Trojan viruses are distinguished by their high effectiveness, and are able to actively resist elimination, setup their backups and reinstall after partial removal. We know how to help you, and at the end of our item you will see the safe instructions on virus removal. Trojans don't infest the system on their own, so you shouldn't aim at the removal of one program, but scan the whole system. You can pass the following parts, but you better familiarize with the info about Trojan viruses, as it will help you avoid such threat in the future.



Trojans are the largest family of viruses in the Earth's information space, which is used by swindlers for different tasks. These aims sometimes have illegal or semi-legal properties, such as downloading and maintaining already installed viruses, botnets building, the steal of passwords and crucial information or spying on the user. The most significant weakness of Trojans lies in their name - they cannot infect anything without victim's consent. Usually customers believe that virus is anything that's not good for their systems, but viruses, unlike Trojans, can automatically distribute themselves and infest the unprotected systems. Trojans effectively penetrate devices with help of other viruses or with victim's assistance, but can't make it independently. The only thing that Trojan is capable of doing before penetrating the device is waiting until some inexperienced customer downloads it and installs it. All the facts written above lead us to a simple solution: Trojans have to be recognized and neutralized until they infect the machine!

The majority of customers believe that to prevent viral infection they just have to purchase an AV-program, but that's wrong. No AV tool can defend your computer if you daily download and install adware. To make sure that the machine is protected, you have to forget about some dangerous habits, and behave prudently on the Internet. It's not difficult, and you'll have to listen to one of the written down rules:

  • The highly efficient option is to totally stop using programs of dubious origin. By these we mean all the utilities downloaded not from the official developer websites or well-known distributors. Naturally, any pirated copies of licensed programs also are probably harmful. If you quit using suchlike utilities, the probability of infection would be decreased to minimal, and antivirus will be able to rapidly deal with this minimum.
  • If you're not going to completely abandon the use of not official utilities, you have to thoroughly inspect all tools that you're installing. Trojans usually lurk beneath the guise of useful utilities such as search engines, driver updaters, browser games, special software, system optimizers and browsers. Don't download strange tools from this list, and when another unlicensed tool is installing - watch closely at the installation, declining all suggestions for installing extra software.

Listen to these directions and you'll immediately see their result: your system will be workable, clean and fast, and will stay so forever.

JCECN.EXE removal instruction

If you are MAC user, follow this guide How to remove virus from MAC

In usual cases we offer two methods to delete undesired programs, but unfortunately, dealing with Trojans, there's literally no possibility to discover and delete them in manual mode. Trojan can be hidden literally anywhere in the system, so an inexperienced user can make a mistake, remove a crucial file and harm the computer. To avoid this, we have made an instruction that will help you to eliminate JCECN.EXE quickly and efficiently. Step #1 is to boot the device in Safe Mode and check system folders. Stage #2 is to download and install antivirus. After that - abide the guide, and after a few moments your computer will be back in service.

Step 1. Boot into Safe mode

Safe mode

Start -> Msconfig.exe

Safe mode. Step 1

On the tab Boot select Safe boot

Safe mode. Step 2

Step 2. Check Startup folder

Start -> Msconfig.exe ->Disable unknown programs in the Startup tab


Step 3. Check hosts file

Modify hosts file, that located in C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\ .

Hosts file.Step 1

Open the file with Notepad and delete suspicious strings.

Hosts file.Step 2

It has to look like this:

Hosts file.Step 3

Step 4. Scan the system with antiviral scanner

We recommend to scan sytem by Spyhunter antimalware. Don't forget that you do not need to immediately buy Spyhunter - you can familiarize with its advantages by getting an unpaid version with limited functionality. If you're interested in downloading Spyhunter or need more information - press the link below.

Warning: readfile(includes/ failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /var/www/admin/data/www/ : runtime-created function on line 7

Step 5. Disable Safe mode

Start -> Msconfig.exe ->Disable Safe boot in the Boot tab

Deactivate Safe mode

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