- Cant change my homepage
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Slow Computer
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
TrojanDownloader:AutoIt/Agent.A is a dangerous Windows systems attacking infection, which will be employed by cyber crooks to infest your computer with Trojans, worms, keyloggers and other dangerous applications, all of which could seriously endanger your personal data’s security. This Trojan downloader can slither into your PC, using various security loopholes, and you might not even notice the malignant program running inside your system, because it does not have an interface, and its processes are conducted in the most latent way. The Trojan can connect your system to remote servers and tamper with Windows Security Center to ensure that you do not detect and remove TrojanDownloader:AutoIt/Agent.A right after its infiltration, before substantial damage is caused.
Even though the sinister Trojan will act extremely secretly in your computer, you might trace its malignant components, which are responsible for taking over your system’s control. The dangerous executables, which are linked to the horrendous application, can vary from one system to the other, but their risk level is the same. MissAU.exe is one of those malignant components, and it can add, delete, hijack system processes, disable Windows File protection feature, and employ wininet.dll to create unauthorized Internet connections or record your browsing information. Another dangerous .exe, which is linked to TrojanDownloader:AutoIt/Agent.A is My Music.exe, and it is responsible for stealing your sensitive information from autoexec.bat file, phone book and email accounts. My Music.exe also can collect your passwords and usernames via recorded keystrokes, mouse taps, or screen content, and then use your name to spread the infectious application via Chat rooms. New Folder.exe has also been noticed running alongside the vicious Trojan, and this system backdoor can cause most serious Windows dysfunctions. The malignant executable can change IE home page settings, delete processes, remove access to Task Manager and Registry Editor tools, modify runtime policies, disable safe mode feature, and compromise Windows Security Center attributes (Antivirus, Firewall) to hide the Trojan from detection and removal.
Having TrojanDownloader:AutoIt/Agent.A deleted manually could be a highly tedious and complicated operation even to the most experienced Windows users, because of the restricted access to Windows Tools. And because of other latent infection’s symptoms, the chance of having the legitimate Windows components removed stands very high. Therefore, we strongly recommend using automatic removal tools to get rid of the highly vicious Windows infection. Note that in case of any removal difficulties, you can reach us, and we will do our best to help you.