Know More about Trojan.Win64.Patched.qw

Trojan.Win64.Patched.qw is a dangerous Trojan infection that may cause various problems to the infected computer. It is designed by cyber criminals conduct a series of destructive activities in your computer and finally achieve evil goals like stealing user account number and passwords, credit card number, banking credentials or other important details stored on the computer

Trojan.Win64.Patched.qw usually comes into your computer via spam email attachments, intrusive links, suspicious websites, malicious pop-up ads, or infected software. Once inside, it will connect a Command and Control server to get instructions to start destructive activities. For example: Read More →

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Every time I turn on my PC MSE sends the notification “Detected threat has been removed” and when I check the history it is labeled as PWS:MSIL/Mintluks.A . I’ve tried running full scans with MSE and Microsoft security scanner but no luck, this virus is detected every time I turn on my PC. It would be really appreciated if someone could tell me how to get rid of this a.s.a.p, as I do a lot of online banking on my PC

Information about PWS:MSIL/Mintluks.A

PWS:MSIL/Mintluks.A is a harmful Trojan which can infiltrate into your PC without your knowledge because you are not aware of the things you do may trigger this trojan. It usually arrives as an attachment to a spam email, a bundle to an infected software, or a patch of codes of some corrupt websites. If you get something from suspected/spam emails, software, or websites, you may get PWS:MSIL/Mintluks.A as well. Read More →

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HackTool:Win32/Kapahyku.A Brief Introduction

HackTool:Win32/Kapahyku.A is classified as a Trojan horse which can be used to patch or “crack” some software. It usually arrives as an attachment to a spam email or as a patch of codes of some corrupt software. Once inside, it will silently run within the system’s background to load up hacked programs. Besides, this Trojan often comes alongside many other computer threats. Any of these threats can make damages on the infected computer. Here are some potential damage caused by HackTool:Win32/Kapahyku.A and the associated threats: Read More →

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Windows Defender detect (BrowserModifier:Win32/Shopperz ) again and again. What should I do?

What is BrowserModifier:Win32/Shopperz?

BrowserModifier:Win32/Shopperz is a browser modifier that usually appears alongside a potentially unwanted program/adware Shopperz. Some antivirus also detected this infection as a Trojan horse. It has ability to cause a serious of problems but mainly work on your browsers. Please see the details:

  • It can install add-ons or extensions to your Internet browsers without asking you or confirming that you want to install them.
  • It can divert hacked web search results without a victimized computer user’s authorization to doubtful websites.
  • It can also download suspected Toolbars and install them without the PC user knowing about this.
  • It can make system modifications by downloading infected files and registry subkeys.
  • It can change the Internet Explorer default search engine and default start page to websites that you are not familiar with.
  • It can display random pop-up ads, banners, or underlined keywords related to Shopperz to interrupt your browsing.
  • It can record your browsing activity and collect your private and confidential browsing data (important numbers like passwords).

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Last night while watching S2-E2 of “White Collar” on Netflix my Avast antivirus started popping up repeatedly that a threat was detected:

Infection: VBS:Bicololo-CE [Trj]

I shut down the tab it was streaming on and updated/scanned with Malwarebytes. Nothing found. I tried to watch the end of that episode several times and the same thing kept happening. Any ideas?

What is VBS:Bicololo-CE [Trj]?

According to some antiviruses (MacAfee and Avast), VBS:Bicololo-CE [Trj] is a Trojan horse that can affect various operating systems including Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, and more. It was first discovered in 2013 and still has influence over the years. This dangerous Trojan is often distributed via spam e-mails, malicious or hacked web pages, Internet Relay Chat (IRC), peer-to-peer networks, etc. You should pay attention to all these channels in case VBS:Bicololo-CE [Trj] gets in your computer without your knowledge. Read More →

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Hi all, my computer seemed infected by some malware. So I ran a scan for my system. And then Kaspersky found the Trojan Win32.Inject.vktx but couldn’t remove it. How do I remove it? Thank you in advance for your help.

What is Trojan Win32.Inject.vktx?

Trojan Win32.Inject.vktx is regarded as a dangerous infection that will cause a series of problems to the infected computer. Designed by cyber criminals, this Trojan infection can affect computers running Windows OS. If you find this dangerous infection in your computer, you should take immediate actions to solve it.

Commonly, this Trojan is spread in various ways. It is distributed via spam emails, peer to peer share files, infected software, malicious links and pop-ups, etc. Once inside, it will compromise and corrupt your system files. Besides, there are still some other harmful activities performed by this Trojan. Read More →

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Norton Anti-virus says my laptop is infected with Backdoor.Tidserv!inf and it needs to be manually removed. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

What is Backdoor.Tidserv!inf?

Backdoor.Tidserv!inf is a high risk backdoor trojan that can affect many computers running Windows OS. It has ability to damage your computer and steal your confidential information. So once you find this infection in your computer, you should remove it in no time.

Backdoor.Tidserv!inf breaks into a PC without asking permission and then starts its destructive activities. It is often distributed via peer to peer files sharing tools, spam email attachments, video codecs, and other infected free software downloads and installs process. Once infiltrated, this Trojan will steal banking details or intercept users’ online transaction. Apart from that, it can do what other Trojan do to damage your PC. For example – Read More →

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I need help removing this from my computer.  The computer is slow when browsing but is usually very quick…

Rogue:JS/FakeCall.D has been detected in your PC? Had difficulty in permanently removing it? Want to get rid of this dangerous Trojan infection? Please follow the Trojan removal guide to get rid of it.

About Rogue:JS/FakeCall.D

Rogue:JS/FakeCall.D is a risky Trojan horse infecting that penetrates into vulnerable computers stealthily. It is mainly created to spread spams and scams like virus warning, firewall warning, system alert, and tech support scam. This Trojan is usually propagated through many channels such as spam emails, pornographic websites and free downloads, and even social network service. Read More →

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Your antivirus has discovered a Trojan:JS/Hidelink.a in your computer? Had difficulty in permanently removing it? Other computer problems are aroused altogether? This post will offer you effective Trojan removal guide.

Introduction of Trojan:JS/Hidelink.a

Trojan:JS/Hidelink.a is a dangerous computer virus that has been included into Trojan Horse family. It is a malicious JavaScript file that can open hidden content as you browse a website. It then looks for certain vulnerability in your system to conduct a future attack. Commonly, this Trojan virus can affect computers running Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and even Windows 10. It is a perilous infection that you should be careful with. Read More →

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Yesterday my laptop got infected by a DNSchanger, more specifically dnsgermania.exe. This nasty piece of malware has yet to be removed since no scan has been even able to see it. So how do I know I have it? – It’s snuggled in a file in program files, named DNSchanger, and every time I remove it, it just comes back…

DNSChanger Description

DNSChanger is a Trojan horse named Troajn.DNSChanger. It is distributed via other unwanted downloads on the infected websites or just installed with online games or other common software such as video recording/streaming, download-managers or PDF creators. Besides, it can be spread by the following channels:

  • Attached to the spam email;
  • Spread through peer to peer files sharing tools;
  • Spread by the infected removable media;
  • Embedded on suspicious hyperlinks and compromised webpages.

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