You could get a Trojan by visiting an unsafe website, and downloading an infected file.
You can get Trojan Horse programs by downloading infected programs from suspicious or malicious sites.
Yes, your SD card can be infected by the exchange of files between your infected PC and the card.
A Trojan removal tool will scan through your PC and remove all the infected files that.
Trojan Downloader is one of the most dangerous threats. Once this threat is infected with your computer, it is necessary to remove Trojan Downloader at once. There are some tips on how to remove and prevent Trojan Downloader from your PC below.
will i did not scan my PC before i backed up my computer then after it finish backing up i scanned my PC. Norton internet security 2011 found Trojan virus so it deleted. Then next day i scanned my back up drive it found the same virus that infected my PC so that one way Trojan can spread.
I had a Trojan Backdoor, and I removed it with Malwarebytes' AntiMalware.
Most likely downloading and executing an infected file.
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I had thid god-awful trojan, that wasn't touched by TrendMicro or Ad-Aware or SpyBbot. But it was located and deleted by a FREE Kaspersky scan. www.kaspersky.com/virusscanner.
I downloaded the free version of AVG anti virus and this scanned found and deleted the trojan. It resides in the comm.dll file. Hope this helps
Sounds like you have downloaded a Trojan virusYou should take action right away before anything vital is deleted.
A Trojan horse virus occurs in infected documents, programs and executable files. They appear as something you would be familiar with so as to trick you into opening the file.
A number of ads keep popping up, new installation of unknown applications, or a slowdown in process speed…, have you ever met such kinds of problems in your PC? If those symptoms can be recognized in your PC, your computer probably has infected a Trojan horse named Trojan Vundo.
Well, both are Trojan Horse viruses, obviously. It is a deadly computer virus that can destray the computer's memory and all previously saved data.
In case your computer got infected, try the following:Get an antivirus program (if you don't have one already)Update your antivirusScan all your computer and delete, repair or quarantine the infected files.
No I believe you can get a Trojan horse by visiting an infected website as well as downloading items. I received one a few weeks ago but luckily my security software dealt with it efficiently. Always make sure your antivirus software is up to date and do security scans on a regular basis.
i went to dl AVG anti-virus version 7 and it manages to detect the Trojan and delete most of them... as for those which are unable to heal or delete... try to go to the foler that consists of the infected file and the anti virus shd prompt u abt the Trojan... den.. u can safely delete the Trojan horse... hopes it help...
You may have removed one Trojan, but you still have something. You have a Dialer, High jacker, or another Trojan. Run an free on line scan at Trend Micro. also download and run the free Adaware SE. You computer is infected!
There are several ways to get rid of the Trojan Horse virus. You can manually find the infected program and delete it or you can download a anti virus program which will do it for you. There is not a "best" Trojan Horse remover as they all work the same in trying to get rid of the virus. Some brands include Nortan Antivirus, McAfee,etc.
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Apollo didn't spread a single plague over the Greeks. Instead, he shot infected arrows at the soldiers during to Trojan War.
Hi, I used BitDefender AV to detect the trojan. It wasn't able to remove it, so I traced the path and deleted the file in safe mode. It was hiding under the same name as windows indexing service, only in CAPS. Later, I ran TDS-3 anti-trojan scanner which removed the remains of the bugger.
It's probably still infected, unless your AVG Antivirus thought it found a virus.To be safe, install Malwarebytes' Anti Malware and run a scan. This program has never failed to remove a virus for me.
This basically means that the keygen for the software you downloaded (to provide a serial key for the software) has become infected with a Trojan also in the file. You would probably be best deleting the software and downloading from somewhere else.