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.


Trojan:BAT/Malagent!MSR is a harmful Trojan that will arrive as an attached file to spam email messages. It may also penetrate a computer when the web user visits a website that employs a drive-by-download method.


PUP.Optional.Legacy is a detection for a malicious program that belongs to adware group and potentially unwanted program (PUP) family. This detection covers every module like toolbar, browser hijacker, and pop-up ads that keeps on appearing on the affected browser.


VirTool:Win32/ExcludeProc.C is a traditional detection for a harmful file that is used primarily to attack the system. Computer viruses and trojan dropped this file for specific purposes.


Trojan:JS/Mountsi.B!ml belongs to a group of malware that tries to exploit certain security flaw in Java in order to sneak into the target computer. Once inside the computer, the Trojan attempts to contact a remote server and download other malware including rogue programs.


Trojan:Win32/Convagent!ml is a harmful computer virus came from a rootkit family of Convagent. This Trojan is capable of bypassing any installed anti-virus program using its stealth mechanism. Windows operating system that is running on 32-Bit and 64-Bit are both targets of this Trojan.


VirTool:PowerShell/MaleficAms.H is a deadly computer Trojan that spreads via other malware or fake software update. It may deceive computer users and pretend as a required file when visiting requested web pages.


Trojan:Win32/Sabsik.FL.A!ml is a computer Trojan infection that will attempt to connect to a remote server and download additional malicious files. This Trojan may also adjust settings on Windows registry to load itself each time you start Windows.


VirTool:Win32/ExcludeProc.A is a computer virus that when executed will connect to a remote server to download more malware. This threat also deletes some system files on the infected computer.


HackTool:Win32/Wpakill.B is a generic method used to identify malicious files that were found linked with with the Hacktool.Rootkit family. There are several variants for this type of malware and each carries a different payload.


MSIL/TrojanDownloader.Agent is a harmful Trojan that permits a remote attacker to secure an access to the target computer. The Trojan also performs Distributed Denial of Service attack (DDoS) to make computer or network resources unavailable.