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KMSEmulator.exe

KMSEmulator.exe is a malicious file that is associated with a number of Trojan infections.  Depending on which antivirus program you have installed on your computer, it could be detected as Win32:Malware-gen, BackDoor.Hackdoor.R, Trojan.Gen and so on. In general, KMSEmulator.exe is most often related to Trojan.gen.2 which denotes an entire group of Trojan infections that seriously compromise your system. Due to the fact that Trojan infections do not manifest themselves, you need to perform regular system scans with SpyHunter free scanner. This way you will be able to detect and remove KMSEmulator.exe on time, along with other potentially dangerous files. Read more »

Trojan.gen.2

Thousands of different Trojans can be placed in the same group of malware known as Trojan.gen.2. This group includes different Windows infections which often use the same malignant elements and act in similar ways. Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers warn that all threats linked to the faction are dangerous and require immediate removal. Is it easy to locate and delete these threats? It absolutely is not and so you should be extra careful about the protection of your operating Windows system. If you have yet to employ reliable spyware detection and removal software we recommend that you install it right away. Of course, you should not be too abrupt and install just any program. The web is filled with fictitious security tools (e.g. Antivirus Defence) which are completely worthless and may endanger your security further. If you wish to learn more about Windows protection and Trojan.gen.2 removal continue reading this report. Read more »

Trojan.Refroso

Trojan.Refroso is a computer infection which is also known as Worm:Win32/Refroso.A. The infection has been created by cyber criminals to corrupt your Windows system, collect information regarding your computer or your virtual habits, and to expose security backdoors required for further malware proliferation. Unfortunately, it is extremely difficult to detect the infection on the computer once it slithers in because it does not flaunt a notable interface and does not present highly disruptive Windows dysfunctions. How did it enter your PC? According to Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers, the infection can be distributed with the help of bundled downloads, spam email attachments, fake system updates and other virtual tricks. It has been noted that the infection targets those Windows systems which are not aided by the latest security updates. Therefore, if you do not keep your PC secured against malware, soon enough Trojan.Refroso removal could become your personal problem. Read more »

TR/ATRAPS.Gen2

TRATRAPS.Gen2 is yet another Zeroaccess rootkit which has been developed by schemers to take control of your operating Windows system. There is no doubt that the infection has been developed by schemers and so you have to be extremely cautious about this threat’s existence. As Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers have discovered, many Windows users do not even recognize the existence of this malicious threat because it runs extremely surreptitiously. Surely, you may notice that your computer is running slower than usual or that it shuts down without any reason; however, in many cases oblivious Windows users link these symptoms to technical computer faults. This is a mistake that enables schemers to take over your system and employ it for various clandestine tasks. This is why we urge you to scan the PC and remove TRATRAPS.Gen2 if it has been detected on your PC. This report explains how the infection works and how you can delete it from the operating Windows system. Read more »

Trojan generic34.yqe

Trojan generic34.yqe is a malicious computer infection which cyber criminals have developed to intrude your operating Windows system and begin various malignant processes. As the name of the infection suggests it is a generic Trojan, meaning that different traits and elements could be linked to the same threat. Unfortunately, it is most likely that this dangerous treat will be used for several different tasks and operations which means that it may be extremely difficult to find and delete it. What is more, the Trojan is highly deceptive and clandestine in a sense that it can conceal the presence and activity of the malicious processes linked to the infection. If you are not experienced with malware removal and you have no idea how to detect and delete rootkit Trojan files, there is a great chance that you will fail with the manual Trojan generic34.yqe removal. Please continue reading to learn more about this Windows infection. Read more »

trojan:Win32/Medfos.gen!D

trojan:Win32/Medfos.gen!D is a Trojan infection from Medfos family and that is dropped as a malicious DLL component on a target system by other elements of the same infection. Just like any other Trojan, trojan:Win32/Medfos.gen!D enters your system surreptitiously, most probably pretending to be useful computer application. Since it is hard to determine whether you system is infected with Trojans when there are no exact infection symptoms, you need to perform regular computer system scans with a legitimate computer safeguard application. Once the infection is detected, remove trojan:Win32/Medfos.gen!D and other threats from Medfos family from your computer at once. Read more »

TrojanDropper:MSIL/Livate.A

TrojanDropper:MSIL/Livate.A is a computer infection that may refer to quite a few dangerous programs that are classified as trojan droppers. The letters “MSIL” in its detection means that the computer threat is created by Microsoft Intermediate Language or Common Intermediate language, which is the lowest-level programming language that can be read by humans. This malicious infection is very stealthy and you will not know whether you have this Trojan in your computer or not unless you run a full system with a reliable antimalware program. Should you detect this Trojan on your computer, remove TrojanDropper:MSIL/Livate.A immediately with a legitimate antimalware program. Read more »

Atrax-Tor Botnet

Atrax-Tor Botnet is a computer infection that can hide the location of its command-and-control center via TOR. It is a backdoor family and it is also known as Win32/Atrax.A. The name Atrax comes from a title on a logic screen that appears when you try to login to its command-and-control (C&C) center on the TOR network. Naturally, a regular computer user is not expected to dig down to the infection’s C&C, but you should be aware that something is not right with your computer’s system. Regular system scans should help you detect and remove Atrax-Tor Botnet along with the rest of the malware from your system ASAP. Read more »

Trojan.JS.Redirector.xa

Trojan.JS.Redirector.xa is a JavaScript Trojan infection which will access the PC surreptitiously and attempt to redirect the user to a particular website. The threat is likely to be located in the Temporary Internet Files folder. It is advisable to remove the contents of the folder in order to ease up the detection and removal of the threat. Read more »

Win32:BitCoinMiner-CA

Win32:BitCoinMiner-CA is a dangerous computer infection which can get to your PC through social networking websites and Skype. If you receive a suspicious link from a contact, first make sure that the link has not been sent automatically from your friend’s computer. On clicking the malicious link, you may execute Win32:BitCoinMiner-CA or some other computer infection. It is also believed that the BitCoin malware can be executed by a threat that is disguised as a Trend Micro component. Read more »