Trojan.Nitol.A is a computer threat which can cause detrimenal damage to your computer if you allow it root in your system for a long period of time. One good thing about this Trojan is that it cannot spread on its own, but that also means that whatever it comes bundled with tricks you into downloading a program that you certainly would not want to have on your computer. Also, whatever Trojan.Nitol.A does you to your computer might vary according to what kind of instructions it gets from its creater over the network.
That means, of course, that Trojan.Nitol.A is able to connect to the internet without your knowledge or consent. Once this Trojan is installed in your computer, it contacts a remote host in order to report to the hacker who has created Trojan.Nitol.A that yet another computer has been infected. Then it receives certain configuration data which instructs the Trojan how to behave further on. It can easily downwload and execute addition malware in your computer, so it is more than obvious that Trojan.Nitol.A never comes alone. If you have been infected by this Trojan, you might as well expect other types of malware to appear in your system soon enough.
What is more, Trojan.Nitol.A is also able to record and send out sensitive data from your computer to its creator. Thus, the Trojan can collect sensitive information of financial nature such as your banking logins and passwords. Not to mention that it is hard to tell whether you are infected or not as this program does not have an interface. But if you see I001.exe in your Windows Task Manager, you might as well be sure that this is it. This process related to the Trojan only adds up to the whole pallete of bad behavior that the Trojan can exibit. I001.exe is classified as a system backdoor and malware downloader, which can easily open browser pop ups and read your email address book. It is especially dangerous because the process is polymorphic and can change its structure, so you’d better remove Trojan.Nitol.A from your computer the moment you have a chance to. If you do not know how to do it, acquire a good computer safeguard application that will do the job for you, but don’t just sit and wait before this Trojan destroys your system for good.
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Normal system programs crash immediatelly
- Shows commercial adverts
- Slow Computer
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes