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Trojan:JS/Medfos.B is a computer infection which will change your search results when you are using such browsing engines as Google, Yahoo, Ask, Bing, and AOL. It has been noticed that the threat mainly targets Google Chrome and is installed as a browser extension even though it is a malicious JavaScript file. If you have noticed that you are provided with irrelevant search results, immediately scan the system with SpyHunter to remove Trojan:JS/Medfos.B. Read more »

Tidserv rootkit

Tidserv rootkit is an irreplaceable part of Backdoor. Tidserv, Trojan:DOS/Alureon.A and other sinister computer infections from such infamous malware families as Alureon and TDSS. These infections are dangerous to various versions of Windows, starting with Windows 2000 and ending with Windows Vista. warns that PC infecting Trojans, backdoors and rootkits are extremely dangerous which is why you should remove them without any hesitation. First of all – do you know how to delete Tidserv? This part is essential if you want to remove existing Trojans. Please continue reading to learn even more. Read more »


Win32/Sirefef.DV is a computer threat known as a Trojan infection which sneaks into the system unnoticed. It hides its components so that the present anti-virus tool cannot detect and remove it and exploits its malicious components in order to carry out illegal actions. As the Trojan does not have an interface, you will not know that it is present within the system. However, you may notice some symptoms which indicate that the computer might be infected with some threats. For instance, the speed of the PC and the Internet may decrease and you may notice that not all of your computer programs are running normally. Read more »


Trojan:Win32/Vundo is a Trojan infection which is very often detected but not removed by anti-virus programs. The threat is known to have many different variants all of which can severely damage the performance of your PC. If recently you have visited some suspicious websites, opened spam emails or downloaded their attachments, and installed free programs, it is very likely that Trojan:Win32/Vundo infected the system in one of the methods mentioned. In either case, remove the threat immediately. Read more »


Certain computer infections are propagated with the assistance of malware droppers, and Trojan.MSIL.Agent is one of them. Some of the notable clones of the malign program are Trojan.MSIL.Agent.rzr, and Trojan.MSIL.Agent.azf. Unfortunately, it has been noticed that these infections may use different components, which means that attacks could differ from one computer to the next. Read more »


It is exceptionally important to delete Trojans that fall in the PWS-Zbot.Gen family because these malicious Windows infections can take over your system, connect to remote servers, steal your private data and use it to generate profit. Some of more notable applications that belong to the faction are PWS-Zbot.gen.zy, PWS-Zbot.gen.xj and PWS-Zbot.gen.uh. Read more »


TR/Crypt.XPACK.Gen is a Trojan infection which can sneak in the system through the security loopholes. It can be downloaded as a codec, Flash update or any other software from questionable websites. If your anti-virus tool has detected this Trojan but cannot remove it from the system, our team suggests that you scan the PC with SpyHunter which will remove the infection easily. Read more »


HackTool:Win32/Wpakill.B is a malicious Windows infection that can disable any running programs by terminating processes and reconfiguring settings. It has been discovered that the applciation can be infiltrated on computers via security backdoors created by other exciting malware. Unfortunately, this means that you will need to conduct an entire computer’s scan and delete multiple programs that can be managed by cyber criminals. Regardless, you first need to remove HackTool:Win32/Wpakill.B from your PC. Read more »


Trojan.Downloader.Tracur.J is a Trojan infection that downloads malware onto the compromised computer and forcefully redirects search results to a malicious website. The website you are usually redirect to by this Trojans generally are infected with malware, and you might initiate the malware download automatically just by opening the page. Hence, you have to remove Trojan.Downloader.Tracur.J before it manages to infect you with even more dangerous computer threats. Read more »


If your anti-virus program cannon remove Trojan.DR.Agent.FMEN, you should react immediately and delete this vicious computer infection from the system right now. The removal of the threat is highly recommended because this Trojan can affect the performance of your PC drastically. If you want to learn what the threat is capable of, keep on reading the report. Read more »