Trojan Prorat is a computer threat that uses backdoor function to allow a remote attacker to gain access on the infected PC. The Trojan can terminate any running security software such as anti-virus and firewall. Trojan Prorat also contacts a remote server and downloads other malware, which it also executes on the computer. More
W32.Extrat is a harmful Trojan that can allow a remote attacker to access the computer through backdoor channel. This threat may spread on removable drives as well as risky file-sharing networks, also known as peer-to-peer connection. The backdoor function of W32.Extrat allows an attacker to steal sensitive information including user name and passwords that are stored on the PC. More
W32/Patched.UC is a Trojan that instantly embeds harmful code to target file on the computer. It patches the said file in order to initiate a Trojan code each time that user runs the file. More often, the malware strikes on files that are routinely used by Windows. W32/Patched.UC also modifies various system files that open during Windows start-up or logon procedure. More
Win32: Ransom-WH is a Trojan that will deny user’s access to the computer. It locks the desktop and displays a notice telling user that the computer is used for online illegal activities. The notice window usually disguises as a warning letter from Police authorities or security-related offices. Win32: Ransom-WH demands for a payment in order for it to issue the unlock code.
Win32:KillApp-W is a dangerous Trojan that may end program running on the infected computer. The name refers to a member of a large group of malware known as Win32:KillApp. The Trojan can bring harm to the computer when carry out changes to set its actions. This particular variant has similar payload that the other. However, it may execute other tasks that other versions are not capable of doing. More
Win32:Hoblig-B is a Trojan that may infect files on the target computer. Aside from files, the threat may also compromise master boot record (MBR) of the PC in order to load itself at Windows start-up. Loading its code on the MBR also makes the Trojan difficult to remove. It may use various method to deploy a copy including sending itself via spam email messages. More
Trojan.Smowbot is a dangerous malware that can give an attacker remote access to the infected computer. The Trojan can also add more malware on the ailing PC, downloading them from a remote location. In the backdoor function, Trojan.Smowbot may utilize random port and IP address. It also bypasses Windows firewall settings by making some changes on the registry. More