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Trojan.Kryptik

Certain computer infections, like Trojan.Kryptik, slither into systems and act highly surreptitiously, which means that if they are running inside your Windows, you might not even know it until it is too late. Of course, there are a few signs that you should be aware of, as they could help you understand that something is corrupting your PC. Unfortunately, slow system’s performance, uncontrollable shut-downs, browser redirections and similar symptoms might all come at once, making your system barely operable and aggravating Trojan.Agent/Gen-Kryptik removal operations altogether. Read more »

Malex Trojan

Malex Trojan

Malex Trojan is one of the most cunning infections that could enter your personal computer. This devious Trojan is capable of breaching your digital privacy, stealing personal data, using your accounts for further malware propagation and various other illegal activities. It is now known that the infection can slither into your computer via such security cracks as infected USB flash drives, spam email attachments, hijacked IRC protocols and a number of other loopholes, which means that not a single Read more »

Sirefef Virus

Sirefef is a name behind the extensive family of Trojans which includes such infamous infections as Win64/Sirefef.D, Win32/Sirefef.R, Win64/Sirefef.W, Win64/Sirefef.Y, Trojan:Win64/Sirefef.U or Trojan:Win32/Sirefef.AL. Different malignant applications are meant to attack Windows running on 32-bit and 64-bit systems; however, the way they work or act is defined by all of the malignant components that are infiltrated to initiate infections. Just like all other Trojan infections, cunning Sirefef programs have been noticed to infiltrate systems via multiple system vulnerabilities. Read more »

Interpol Trojan

Interpol Trojan

Ransomware appears to be gaining in popularity among cyber criminals, because a new piece of malware that goes by the name of Interpol Trojan has been recently released. This time, instead of presenting the FBI, Metropolitan Police and other organizations, the name of Interpol is used. The Trojan, as well as ransomware viruses launched earlier, disables all process of the system, Read more »

Trojan.Zeroaccess!inf4

Trojan.Zeroaccess!inf4 is a piece of malware without an interface, which already signals that you will not notice the attack of this infection if an antivirus program is absent on your PC. As soon as the Trojan injects its codes into your Windows Registry, it enables remote hackers to control your machine and involve it in a botnet. Once this happens, you lose your control over the machine, because remove hackers can manipulate your PC, commit an identity theft and carry out more cyber crimes. Therefore, removal of Trojan.Zeroaccess!inf4 is the only option for dealing this the infection if it ever penetrates into your computer’s system. Read more »

Win32.Malware-gen

Win32.Malware-gen is a generic title of infections that target operating Windows systems from the Windows 95 version upwards. These treacherous applications are fueled by such dangerous, cloaked elements as svchhost.exe, setup.exe, services.exe msblast.exe, taskmon.exe, winsys.exe or sysinfo.exe, and all of these are responsible for initiating and running malignant processes that allow cyber criminals to reach their devious goals of gaining profit out of your misery. Read more »

Win32/Winwebsec

Win32/Winwebsec is a Trojan displaying fake antivirus programs, which are also classified under the name of Win32/Winwebsec. Once in a computer’s system, the Trojan displays interfaces that look legitimate; however, the truth lying behind bogus security tools is that this is how cyber criminals attempt to deceive gullible computer users into buying a bogus security application, which supposedly removes malware. Read more »

Trojan:DOS/Alureon.A

It seems that Trojan:DOS/Alureon.A has caused much damage so far, because this nasty Trojan violently treats a computer and impairs the system’s performance. It was investigated that even though the Alureon Trojan is detected by antivirus programs, not all of them are able to remove it. Sometimes, even if the infection is erased, it recovers after the reboot and is again detected by the security application. To avoid this, it is highly advisable to have a powerful spyware removal application, which will manage to remove the threat effectively. If you are curious about possible symptoms of the Trojan’s infection, keep on reading. Read more »

Trojan Generic

Trojan Generic is a piece of malware which is widely detected on many computers by different antivirus programs. Importantly, as nobody has given the infection a more specific name, “Trojan Generic” is also used by rogue antivirus products to deceive computer users into thinking that they are infected with a harmful Trojan. However, if your legitimate antivirus program shows that you are infected with Trojan Generic, be ready to remove it from the PC. Read more »

Trojan-psw.win32launch

Trojan-psw.win32launch is a harmful Trojan that attacks the system without any notice of the user, because not all antivirus programs are capable of fighting off this treacherous infection. There is no exact way of the Trojan’s circulation on the Internet discovered, because this infection can invade your PC in many different ways. Typically, this type of malware jumps into the system bundled with suspicious downloads such as email or software programs; online scans or simply when visiting a compromised website, etc. Read more »