- Annoying Pop-up's
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Slow Computer
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
Trojan.Balisdat.gen!A is a Trojan that is a complementary part of Banker and Bancos Trojans. Trojan.Banker consists of a number of data-stealing malware infections. It can capture and steal banking credentials by various means. Usually these Trojans tend to pretend being greeting card software. It is also know that Trojan.Banker family or infections usually targets Brazilian banks’ customers. While Trojan.Bancos send out the captured information by email or uploading it to a specified FTP site. All of that shows that nothing good can come of Trojan.Balisdat.gen!A and this infection has to be treated immediately.
You can determine whether you are infected with Trojan.Balisdat.gen!A or not by performing the search for these files: NLSAgentSvc.exe and ree2.exe. They are directly associated with the Trojan, and even though you cannot easily see whether Trojan.Balisdat.gen!A or any other infection from the same family has infected you, it will be all clear if you find these files in your system. Not to mention, that Trojan.Balisdat.gen!A modifies registry so that its basic file is run together with the operating system each time you turn your computer. Thus the Trojan is working in the background all of the time.
Since the family of these Trojans usually target customers of Brazilian banks, you might get weird pop-up messages in Portuguese. That is also one of the main indicators that you might be infected with Trojan.Balisdat.gen!A. This infection has to be taken care of as soon as possible, because in the long run the Trojan can download malicious components from the same Trojan.Bancos family, infecting your system to the point it would be no longer operable.
Before getting ready to remove Trojan.Balisdat.gen!A you should take into consideration the fact, that the Trojan is from a huge group of infections, and there might be more malicious applications in your system already. Thus, instead of dealing with this Trojan manually (which is risky and tedious), you should terminate Trojan.Balisdat.gen!A automatically with a reliable antimalware program. The program of choice would also clean your computer of any other possible infections, making sure that you can operate your machine just as before.
How to manually remove Trojan.Balisdat.gen!A
Files associated with Trojan.Balisdat.gen!A infection:
Trojan.Balisdat.gen!A processes to kill: