Look Who Died in an Accident Message

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Look Who Died in an Accident

“Look Who Died in an Accident” is a noxious modern malware categorized by security analysts as a Trojan Horse. As per reports, “Look Who Died in an Accident” uses camouflage for accessing its victims’ machines and can often be distributed on the Internet as some seemingly-harmless software that people would willingly download.

Look Who Died In An Accident

Many of our users received an Facebook Message with the following text:

Look who died in an accident I think you know him so sorry.

The Look who died in an accident i think you know him Facebook Message

After the disguised the Look who died in an accident i think you know him Facebook Message has been downloaded on the machine, the victims will usually be requested to allow it to make system changes. Some Trojans may also ask for administrative rights. 

At this point, of course, the victims believe they’re operating a legitimate app and will typically grant it all permissions needed to run the file. And this is how the Trojan gains complete control of the machine and starts to run its stealthy criminal agenda.

The activities that threats like “Look Who Died in an Accident”, “You still have not paid the requested amount of $ 250.“, “You’ve Been Hacked” can run once inside the device, however, are often unknown, since they can be very versatile. In general, each Trojan-based threat can be programmed to perform different criminal tasks. For instance, “Look Who Died in an Accident” may be set to spy on its victims and, in this case, it will silently keep track of the keystrokes, the screen, the online and offline activities of the users without showing any indications of its presence. In this way, the hackers can collect valuable information about the victims and determine how to exploit it in their own interests.


NameLook Who Died in an Accident
Danger LevelHigh (Trojans are often used as a backdoor for Ransomware)
SymptomsUnusual system errors, sudden crashes, unresponsiveness and data destruction could be potential symptoms of a Trojan Horse infection.
Distribution MethodDifferent spam messages, malvertisements, torrents, cracked software installers, illegal websites.
Detection Tool

Please follow all the steps below in order to remove “Look Who Died in an Accident”!

How to remove “Look Who Died in an Accident”

  1. First, click the Start Menu on your Windows PC.
  2. Type Programs and Settings in the Start Menu, click the first item, and find “Look Who Died in an Accident” in the programs list that would show up.
  3. Select “Look Who Died in an Accident” from the list and click on Uninstall.
  4. Follow the steps in the removal wizard.

What we suggest you do first is, check the list of programs that are presently installed on the infected device and uninstall any rogue software that you find there:

  • From the Start Menu, navigate to Control Panel ->>> Programs and Features ->>> Uninstall a Program.
  • Next, carefully search for unfamiliar programs or programs that have been installed recently and could be related to “Look Who Died in an Accident”.
  • If you find any of the programs suspicious then uninstall them if they turn out to be linked to “Look Who Died in an Accident”.
  • If a notification appears on your screen when you try to uninstall a specific questionable program prompting you to just alter it or repair it, make sure you choose NO and complete the steps from the removal wizard.

Remove “Look Who Died in an Accident” from Chrome

  1. Click on the three dots in the right upper corner
  2. Go to more tools
  3. Now select extensions
  4. Remove the “Look Who Died in an Accident” extension
  • Once you open Chrome, click on the three-dots icon to open the browser’s menu, go to More Tools/ More Options, and then to Extensions.
  • Again, find the items on that page that could be linked to “Look Who Died in an Accident” and/or that might be causing problems in the browser and delete them.
  • Afterwards, go to this folder: Computer > C: > Users > *Your User Account* > App Data > Local > Google > Chrome > User Data. In there, you will find a folder named Default – you should change its name to Backup Default and restart the PC.
  • Note that the App Data folder is normally hidden so you’d have to first make the hidden files and folders on your PC visible before you can access it.

How to get rid of “Look Who Died in an Accident” on FF/Edge/etc.

  1. Open the browser and select the menu icon.
  2. From the menu, click on the Add-ons button.
  3. Look for the “Look Who Died in an Accident” extension
  4. Get rid of “Look Who Died in an Accident” by removing it from extensions

If using Firefox:

  • Open Firefox
  • Select the three parallel lines menu and go to Add-ons.
  • Find the unwanted add-on and delete it from the browser – if there is more than one unwanted extension, remove all of them.
  • Go to the browser menu again, select Options, and then click on Home from the sidebar to the left.
  • Check the current addresses for the browser’s homepage and new-tab page and change them if they are currently set to address(es) you don’t know or trust.

If using MS Edge/IE:

  • Start Edge
  • Select the browser menu and go to Extensions.
  • Find and uninstall any Edge extensions that look undesirable and unwanted.
  • Select Settings from the browser menu and click on Appearance.
  • Check the new-tab page address of the browser and if it has been modified by “”Look Who Died in an Accident”” or another unwanted app, change it to an address that you’d want to be the browser’s new-tab page.

How to Delete “Look Who Died in an Accident”

  1. Open task manager
  2. Look for the “Look Who Died in an Accident” process
  3. Select it and click on End task
  4. Open the file location to delete “Look Who Died in an Accident”
  • Access the Task Manager by pressing together the Ctrl + Alt + Del keys and then selecting Task Manager.
  • Open Processes and there try to find a process with the name of the unwanted software. If you find it, select it with the right button of the mouse and click on the Open File Location option.
  • If you don’t see a “”Look Who Died in an Accident”” process in the Task Manager, look for another suspicious process with an unusual name. It is likely that the unwanted process would be using lots of RAM and CPU so pay attention to the number of resources each process is using.
  • Tip: If you think you have singled out the unwanted process but are not sure, it’s always a good idea to search for information about it on the Internet – this should give you a general idea if the process is a legitimate one from a regular program or from your OS or if it is indeed likely linked to the adware.
  • If you find another suspicious process, open its File Location too.
  • Once in the File Location folder for the suspicious process, start testing all of the files that are stored there by dragging them to our free online scanner available below.
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    • If the scanner finds malware in any of the files, return to the Processes tab in the Task Manager, select the suspected process, and then select the End Process option to quit it.
    • Go back to the folder where the files of that process are located and delete all of the files that you are allowed to delete. If all files get deleted normally, exit the folder and delete that folder too. If one or more of the files showed an error message when you tried to delete them, leave them for now and return to try to delete them again once you’ve completed the rest of the guide.

    How to Uninstall “Look Who Died in an Accident”

    1. Click on the home button
    2. Search for Startup Apps
    3. Look for “Look Who Died in an Accident” in there
    4. Uninstall “Look Who Died in an Accident” from Startup Apps by turning it off
    • Now you need to carefully search for and uninstall any “Look Who Died in an Accident”-related entries from the Registry. The easiest way to do this is to open the Registry Editor app (type Regedit in the windows search field and press Enter) and then open a Find dialog (CTRL+F key combination) where you have to type the name of the threat. 
    • Perform a search by clicking on the Find Next button and delete any detected results. Do this as many times as needed until no more results are found. 
    • After that, to ensure that there are no remaining entries lined to “Look Who Died in an Accident” in the Registry, go manually to the following directories and delete them:
    • HKEY_CURRENT_USER/Software/Random Directory. 
    • HKEY_CURRENT_USER/Software/Microsoft/Windows/CurrentVersion/Run/Random
    • HKEY_CURRENT_USER/Software/Microsoft/Internet Explorer/Main/Random

    Is Look Who Died in an Accident message a virus?

    Money extortion is just one of the follow-up to the fact that your device has been compromised by a Trojan that is secretly transferring your information to people with malicious intentions. If they get their hands on your credit or debit card details, they may empty your bank accounts ballances before you even known it.
    However, espionage is not the only way to employ such a virus. Trojans such as “Look Who Died in an Accident” are also used to distribute other malicious programs to the victims’ machines. Thanks to their backdooring ability, these threats may insert root kits, Ransomware cryptoviruses, different phishing applications and spyware into the system without the knowledge of the victim. They may also block the existing security program from doing its job in order to allow other malware to slip in.

    Is Look Who Died in an Accident message dangerous?

    Sometimes, the Trojan infections may obtain administrative rights over the OS and use them to trigger a variety of resource-intensive processes on the attacked device. In such situations, the victims may experience a significant slowdown of the device’s speed and even crashes, screen-freezing issues, or other software and system disruptions and errors, most of which may be a result from the Trojan’s excessive system resources exploitation.
    Sadly, in most of the cases, there will be no visible symptoms of the harmful activities that threats like “Look Who Died in an Accident” are performing. That’s why your best chances to detect and remove the malware on time is to use a reliable antivirus program that can scan your entire device.
    Fight the virus
    If you haven’t been notified of this hazard on time by your antivirus, then this might be due to the inability of the security program to detect the Trojan in its virus definition databases. Indeed, it may take some time for new threats like “Look Who Died in an Accident” to be added to the virus databases of security programs and during that time, they may be invisible for the antivirus apps. That’s why, in such as scenario, it’s better to use a manual removal guide such as the one that you can find below and maybe update your anti-malware tool with a more-robust one that can remove “Look Who Died in an Accident” immediately.


    About the author


    Lidia Howler

    Lidia is a web content creator with years of experience in the cyber-security sector. She helps readers with articles on malware removal and online security. Her strive for simplicity and well-researched information provides users with easy-to-follow It-related tips and step-by-step tutorials.

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