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Danger level 7
Type: Trojans
Common infection symptoms:
  • Installs itself without permissions
  • Connects to the internet without permission
  • Slow internet connection
  • Slow Computer
Other mutations known as:

Trojan.Swrort

Trojan.Swrort is a malicious computer program that breaches your privacy and can perform various unwanted activities in your system. This Trojan is usually the first link of a bigger infection, so having Trojan.Swrort in your system might be a first sign that you are under attack. This Trojan usually consists of a few files that are able to connect to a remote server. It means that Trojan.Swrort is able to bypass your firewall and security programs, and once it connects to a remote server it can download other malicious files that may further infect your system.

There are two ways to get infected by Trojan.Swrort. First of all, the Trojan can be downloaded from an infected website without you even realizing it. It does not need your permission to install itself as the whole download and installation process is completely automatic. Also, Trojan.Swrort can come bundled with other files such as shareware programs that you find on the internet for free. Thus you have to perform a security scan before installing any unknown program.

In order to download various malicious files Trojan.Swrort is known to connect to these servers: 188.50.82.246, 202.54.98.156 and 10.10.10.31. Also, this program does not have an interface, so you might not notice the infection immediately, but if you suspect that something is not right, you can check your Windows Task Manager for process files related to Trojan.Swrort. The full list is provided below the description, but, for example, such process file as arking.exe is classified as a system backdoor which means that Trojan.Swrort can also open a backdoor in your computer, allowing other malicious programs to enter your system at ease.

What is more, aclspl.dll that is also Trojan.Swrort’s component is classified as a fraudulent security program. Thus, it means that with Trojan.Swrort in your computer sooner or later even your financial funds might be exposed to a big threat, because this Trojan is very likely to be related to a rogue antispyware application. Therefore, you need to remove Trojan.Swrort from your computer as soon as you can, if you have no idea how to perform it on your own, get yourself a powerful computer safeguard tool that will do the job for you in no time.

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How to manually remove Trojan.Swrort

Files associated with Trojan.Swrort infection:

aclspl.dll
WyzoSetup-KAT.exe
dp.exe
BMcb1_290.exe
ComboFix.exe
setup.exe
arking.exe
40d00b40.dll
WECPSetup.exe
spuninst.exe
keygen.exe
freesystemscan.exe
PDF-Reader_Setup.exe
od84773.dll
wincdvs.exe
WyzoSetup-KAT.exe
wincdvs.exe
WECPSetup.exe
PDF-Reader_Setup.exe
dp.exe
BMcb1_290.exe
ComboFix.exe
wincdvns.exe
setup.exe
retdsw.exe
freesystemscan.exe
EasyAntiCheat.exe
Bz-wSg-nHO__7.dll
aclspl.dll
40d00b40.dll
Svchost.exe
spuninst.exe
od84773.dll
keygen.exe
gteryg.exe
arking.exe
PowerISO.exe
Svchost.exe
retdsw.exe
wincdvns.exe
Bz-wSg-nHO__7.dll
gteryg.exe
EasyAntiCheat.exe

Trojan.Swrort DLL's to remove:

40d00b40.dll
Bz-wSg-nHO__7.dll
od84773.dll
aclspl.dll
Bz-wSg-nHO__7.dll
aclspl.dll
40d00b40.dll
od84773.dll

Trojan.Swrort processes to kill:

dp.exe
Svchost.exe
arking.exe
wincdvns.exe
keygen.exe
setup.exe
wincdvs.exe
retdsw.exe
spuninst.exe
ComboFix.exe
EasyAntiCheat.exe
WyzoSetup-KAT.exe
wincdvs.exe
WECPSetup.exe
PDF-Reader_Setup.exe
dp.exe
BMcb1_290.exe
ComboFix.exe
wincdvns.exe
setup.exe
retdsw.exe
freesystemscan.exe
EasyAntiCheat.exe
Svchost.exe
spuninst.exe
keygen.exe
gteryg.exe
arking.exe
PowerISO.exe
freesystemscan.exe
PDF-Reader_Setup.exe
BMcb1_290.exe
WyzoSetup-KAT.exe
gteryg.exe
WECPSetup.exe
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