Trojans are computer virus that can convey through various methods and usually using Internet connection and compromised files. Most Trojans can be detected by security programs like Anti-virus and Anti-malware. However, there are still some Trojans that can conceal their presence by exploiting vulnerabilities on the operating system.


Ransom:MSIL/Gorf is a detection of a notorious computer virus that targets the important files of users. This virus was developed with the primary purpose of denying computer users access to their data.


Worm:VBS/Jenxcus.K is hazardous computer virus that executes on the computer as a visual basic file. Once it infects the system, it starts collecting information like operating system version, network configuration, IP address, and so on.


Trojan:Win32/Tilevn.A is a hazardous computer virus that may endanger the system if not removed immediately. It may have sneaked inside the computer by downloading files from malicious sites.


Trojan.Script.GenericKDZ is a detection for a highly hazardous virus. Files identified with this detection are mostly components of a hacking tool  that attackers are using to infiltrate the computer.


PUP.Optional.SearchManager.BITSRST is a detection for an unwanted program that normally sneaks into the computer through the installation of malicious freeware. This detection by your anti-virus application implies that a threat may be presently attacking the internet browser program.


TrojanDownloader:Win32/Nemucod!ml is a virus that is capable of downloading and running additional threats on the already contaminated computer. Early versions of this virus are normally made to steal information from the computer.


The anti-virus application may pop-up a warning about the presence of JS/Myprivacykeeper.A virus if it detects a suspicious file that can pose a threat to data, computer, and its network environment.

HTML:Url-inf [Susp]

HTML:Url-inf [Susp] is a detection for suspicious file that contains links to malicious websites. This detection process also aims to block computer viruses that contain harmful script that may exploit the web browser application to download additional virus from a remote server.


Adware:MSIL/Pirrit is defined as an unwanted application that may exploit the vulnerabilities on internet program to infect the computer with additional threats. This identification by Microsoft Defender Antivirus meant to identify malicious files and behavior that are linked to PUP or Adware.


HTML:IFrame-JS [Trj] is a detection for a Trojan that injects itself as an IFrame on web page main file. This infection may lead to malicious actions such as browser redirection and downloading of other web-based malware and backdoor Trojan on to the computer. This attack is vice-versa, meaning computer can infect a web site or web …

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