Trojan.Kexject.A is one of those malicious programs that cannot replicate itself or spread on their own. Nevertheless, Trojan horses are dangerous infections that can severely damage system’s integrity and steal important information. Trojan.Kexject.A is of no exception. If it is not removed on time, it might perform a number of malicious actions of a hacker’s preference. Before you know it, your computer might turn into an empty shell that is suitable only for junk.
It is very important for Trojan.Kexject.A to run together with Windows each time you turn on your computer. Thus, upon the installation Trojan.Kexject.A copies itself to C:\documents and settings\administrator\application data\reader_sl.exe location and then adds a value to the registry that makes sure a copy of Trojan.Kexject.A is executed every single time Windows starts.
After a further research it has been determined that Trojan.Kexject.A’s payload includes modifying the Windows Hosts file. Since Hosts file overrides the DNS resolution to a certain URL address, the Trojan can modify the file so that it would redirect the user to a particular IP address. Or, Trojan.Kexject.A can tamper with the Hosts file in order to block the user from accessing computer security-related web pages. This tactics allows the Trojan to remain the infected computer for a longer period of time.
Once Trojan.Kexject.A is settled in your system it connects to one of these servers via the port 80: procurase.net, piadasnawe.com, cifrando.com, dynupdate.no-ip.com. This connection is established with the user knowledge or permission, because the hacker responsible for the infection needs to send Trojan.Kexject.A its configuration data. And it is not the only thing the Trojan can receive from these servers. It can also download other malware files and execute them, causing even more damage to your system. Also, Trojan.Kexject.A is known to steal sensitive information and send it over to the previously mentioned servers. The sensitive information in question might include banking logins, passwords and other data of financial nature, that you would definitely would not want to share with a third party.
If you do not want this to happen you have to delete Trojan.Kexject.A from your system immediately. If you are going to do that manually, refer to a list of Trojan-related files provided beneath this description. However, do keep in mind that manual removal requires a considerable knowledge of the computer system, therefore do not attempt to terminate Trojan.Kexject.A on your own, if you have never worked with Registry Editor or any other system tool before. It would be a lot of more efficient to acquire a legitimate computer security program that would remove Trojan.Kexject.A for you automatically, and your computer would go back to normal in no time.
- Cant change my homepage
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Slow Computer
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes