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Trojan.fakems is a heuristic detection which you can be provided by several anti-malware programs. If you have been alerted by your security tool that Trojan.fakems has been detected, it means that some poorly analyzed malicious computer infection has just access your operating system. The term Trojan.fakems is a very general term, because it includes various threats. It can be used to refer to a rogue antivirus program, a ransomware infection, or a new Trojan horse. Nevertheless, the so-called Trojan.fakems has to be removed from the system in order to prevent data loss, identity theft, system malfunctions, etc. Read more »

VBS:FlufferMiner-D [Trj]

VBS:FlufferMiner-D [Trj] may seem like an extremely scary infection; however, you should not be alarmed if your antivirus scanner has detected it running on your personal computer. As research has revealed, the scary name of an infection belongs to a false positive which basically means that your malware scanner has detected a malicious file which actually was not malicious at all. According to experts, this false positive belonged to the Avast antivirus until just several days ago when the so-called bug was fixed and the threat has disappeared from scan reports. Unfortunately, some computer users still report the issue. What should you do to remove VBS:FlufferMiner-D [Trj]? Read more »


There is a family of malicious computer infections which are responsible for infiltrating malware, and it goes by the name Trojan.Injector. There are numerous versions of this malicious Trojan and if you do not delete it from the operating Windows system right away, there is a possibility that various keyloggers, worms and fake security tools will start corrupting the PC without your notice. Needless to say, various unauthorized applications can make a lot of damage and, unfortunately, most of this damage could affect your own virtual security. researchers have analyzed the group of infections and figured out a way for you to delete Trojan.Injector from the operating Windows system. Please continue reading to learn more about this operation. Read more »


Trojan.win32.agent is a Trojan infection that is closely related to Personal Anti-Virus fake antivirus product. It means that if your computer security tool has detected Trojan.win32.agent on your PC, then it is very likely that you are infected with Personal Anti-Virus as well. This fake antivirus program enters your system in order to create havoc and convince you that you are seriously infected with malware and therefore you simply must invest in Personal Anti-Virus so that the program would protect your PC. Unfortunately, that is an absolute lie, and to ensure your PC’s safety you need to remove Trojan.win32.agent and Personal Anti-Virus immediately. Read more »


Trojan.Darkshell is a highly dangerous computer infection which launches a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack, which may have effect on the performance of your operating system. The Trojan horse access the system unnoticed by computer security programs, so you should use a reputable anti-spyware program to protect your privacy. If you suspect that the system is infected with Trojan.Darkshell or a similar infection, implement SpyHunter, which will easily remove the computer infections. Read more »


BKA-Trojaner is a generic detection for ransomware applications that infect users in Germany and German speaking countries. There are over 30 types of ransomware infections that are classified as BKA-Trojaner. All of them may have different interfaces, but the same come with the same purpose – to steal your money.  This infection may seem to be extremely threatening as it denies desktop access, but the program has no legal grounds to do it, no matter what it says. Therefore, user infected with this malware needs to unlock his/her computer and remove BKA-Trojaner immediately. Do not allow this program to take away your money! Read more »


Trojan.ModifiedUPX is a clandestine Windows infection which may be proliferated onto operating Windows systems without the knowledge of their users. researchers warn that the malicious infection can be attached to bundled downloads, hide behind spam email attachments or various social engineering scams. The Trojan does not have an interface which makes it that much more difficult to detect and delete it from the computer. Nonetheless, if you do not remove the infection from the computer, there is a great chance that other clandestine threats will be dropped onto the system without your knowledge. Read more »


Trojan:Win32/Crilock.A is a malicious computer infection that can be also categorized as ransomware, because it denies you desktop access and demands a ransom fee. Although Trojan:Win32/Crilock.A seems to be different from Ukash Virus group infections as it displays a slightly different message, it still employs the same tactics in order to steal your money. It goes without saying that it is necessary to remove Trojan:Win32/Crilock.A from your computer. Although it may seem impossible as the Trojan keeps your screen locked, there is a way to bypass this obstacle. Refer to the instructions below this description to unlock your screen, and then invest in a reliable antimalware tool to remove Trojan:Win32/Crilock.A for good. Read more »

Revoyem Trojan

Revoyem Trojan is a vicious computer infection that is categorized as ransomware. It is one of the infections that access the system by bypassing security tools and lock the screen of a computer. More important, Revoyem Trojan displays a full-screen hoax message which reminds of a notification that could be sent by local authoritative. Unlike the warnings of Trojans such as Gimemo or Reveton, the emblem of the national police of the country in which the Trojan is spread is given at the top of warning. The rest part of the bogus warning provides false accusations, which are supposed to scare the user into paying a particular fine. Read more »


It may be difficult to detect Trojan:Win32/Jpgiframe.A running on the operating Windows system; however, if you do not locate and remove this infection– soon enough your virtual security could be put in serious danger. As research shows, the infection does not have an interface and most Windows users notice Windows dysfunctions related to it too late. Needless to say, this helps the schemers who have developed the threat to perform highly clandestine tasks within or even from your personal computer. It has been discovered that infected machines are often manipulated to act as malware distributors, which means that by having the system infected with this threat you may be involved in illegal operations. This is incredibly vicious, and so it is important that you keep your PC guarded against the threat or remove Trojan:Win32/Jpgiframe.A if it has already entered the system. Read more »