These days, computers are generally threatened by small but very resilient Trojan horses that come packed together with other malware. Trojan. Docscar.A is one of those threats that come in throngs and then bring even more malware onto your system. Trojan.Docscar.A is classified as a general Trojan. However, that does not mean you can heave a sigh of relief and left the infection untreated. Any user infected with this threat has to remove Trojan.Docscar.A immediately otherwise soon his system will be clogged with multiple malicious applications.
We can deduct that Trojan.Docscar.A is related to other malware from a long list of its aliases, and the process files that are associated with it. You can encounter these files when you open Windows Task Manager. If Trojan.Docscar.A is really present in your system, you will see things like btcm.exe.exe, 2beyti.exe, Winece.exe and WindowsHelper.exe running in the list of processes. The file that allows us to see the Trojan is related to other malware is WindowsHelper.exe. WindowsHelper.exe has long been recognized as a worm component, and so from that we can claim that Trojan.Docscar.A drops worm infection into your system as well. That is of no surprise, because Trojan.Docscar.A sometimes is also classified as Trojan dropper.
From all of this we can see that Trojan.Docscar.A enters your system uninvited, it downloads and installs more malware that in the end slows down your computer and your Internet connection. Your data security can also be compromised, because Trojans are known to log important information and then send it away to a remote server. So to put it simply, Trojan.Docscar.A is a source of multiple security risks and has to be terminated at once.
For manual removal, refer to the list of files to be deleted and the list of processes to be stopped presented below this description. Nevertheless, if you cannot erase Trojan.Docscar.A on your own, you are advised to resort using a legitimate antimalware program that can perform a full system scan checking for any other infections. Whichever way you might prefer, you have to delete Trojan.Docscar.A from your system no matter what. The sooner you accomplish that, the better.
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Slow Computer
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes