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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 »


Backdoor.Popwin.B is a relatively old backdoor Trojan that infected its first target computer back in 2006. Although it has been while, the backdoor has not disappeared anywhere, and it is still used to infect computers worldwide, so that hackers could gain illegal access of the compromised systems. It is necessary to remove Backdoor.Popwin.B from your computer immediately, otherwise your system will be crippled and you will lose important data to the criminals behind the infection. Read more »


Backdoor.Radmin.BD is a computer infection that allows hackers to take control of your computer. This threat bypasses normal authentication and secures illegal remote access to your computer. As such, Backdoor.Radmin.BD can be used as a tool to infect your computer with even more malware. Therefore, it is very important that you remove Backdoor.Radmin.BD as soon as the infection is detected on your computer. Read more »


Trojan.Dynamer!dtc is a highly complex Trojan infection which will perform many illegal actions behind you back. If your anti-spyware tool cannot remove this threat, you are lucky at least due to the fact that you now know what infection is present within the system. Very often, anti-virus programs cannot delete the Trojan and it keeps on damaging the system. Read more »


Trojan.Bumat!rts is a complex Trojan horse which can perform many illegal actions without your approval. A large number of vicious components enables the threat to alert the system’s changes so that the computer loses its functionally. Very often, Trojan.Bumat!rts disables security tools so that it cannot be detected and removed, but if the tool you have on the PC identifies the threat but cannot delete it, you should use SpyHunter because it can terminate the threat easily. Read more »


Trojan.OnLineGames is a surreptitious infection that may be installed on your computer via such security backdoors as bundled downloads and infected removable devices. It has been discovered that cyber crooks could implement any methods and strategies to infect your PC with malware, which is why you should always stay extremely careful with the way you browse, what sites you visit and what software you install onto the PC. Needless to say, Read more »