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How to Remove Backdoor.Hugly!gen1 from Your Computer

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on January 14th, 2013 | Leave a comment
Backdoor.Hugly!gen1 is one of the Backdoor.Hugly variant Trojans that could open a back door on the infected computer. While it provides access for other threats, it also tries to help them get into the system without being blocked by an antivirus program by damaging the security programs or disabling the updates. Backdoor.Hugly!gen1 will drop more than one copy on the system and mess up the windows registry. Those infected files could activate one another if one is stopped or ceased by the computer users or the antivirus application. It could >>> Read More

Backdoor.Wakeminap!g1 – How to Remove Backdoor.Wakeminap!g1 easily

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on December 6th, 2012 | Leave a comment
Backdoor.Wakeminap!g1 is a harmful variant from backdoor Trojan family. The Trojan will install remote control desktop on the compromised computer and give hackers to access the system easily. The backdoor can bring additional Trojans to the infected computer. For example, rogue software are widely spread via backdoor Trojan like Backdoor.Wakeminap!g1. You may suffer redirected web browser, locked desktop and annoying pop-up. When the Trojan installs, it writes new registry entries to make sure it can run automatically when you turn on the comp >>> Read More

Backdoor.Arcomrat Removal Program – How to Remove Backdoor.Arcomrat quickly

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on December 2nd, 2012 | Leave a comment
Backdoor.Arcomrat is a kind of Trojan virus that open a back door on the compromised computer. A back door can bring severe damage to the computer. Once added to your PC, it will control your system and provide platform for remote hackers to do illegal activities. This time your PC is highly risky. Backdoor.Arcomrat is extremely similar to Backdoor.ciadoor. Backdoor.Arcomrat disables your computer services silently like turning off firewall, monitors browsing activities and sends back confidential information, such as banking card number, passw >>> Read More