You might not notice Trojan.Dopip.A running in your system, because this treacherous Windows infection does not represent itself in a deceitful interface, and all of its malignant processes can be hidden from existing security tools’ detection and removal. In fact, Trojan’s success is based upon infection’s ability to hide in your system, and its existence can only be determined by sometimes barely noticeable changes, like slower performance speeds or removed privileges to certain Windows components, which would allow you to delete Trojan.Dopip.A. Also known by such names as Trojan-Dropper.Logsnif.A and W32/Dopip.B.gen!Eldorado, the Trojan can work as a malware downloader, and is controlled by one single executable setup.exe.
The executable, which usually travels to computers via bundled downloads, can add RUN keys to the Windows boot up, which would allow the infection to start running right after you turn on your system. Additionally, setup.exe can add, delete and hijack processes, modify Windows Host File to control your browser’s redirections, execute Temporary Folder’s processes, and tamper with your Windows Security Center, to block Trojan.Dopip.A removal. The malignant .exe could disable your Security Center’s notifications, Firewall, remove access to Registry Editor and Task Manager, making it impossible to delete the Trojan manually. With blocked access to the Task Manager you will not even be able to find and terminate the processes of a file, which might exist in your system with any other cloaked name. A few amongst such alias names are install.exe, taskmgr.exe, win.exe, avp.exe, lsass.exe, outlook.exe, csrss.exe or winamp.exe. Setup.exe originally can be linked to an uncountable number of different applications, and you should not delete the executable, if you find it in some of your system’s folders, as you could delete the installation file of an essential Windows component.
It will be nearly impossible for you to remove Trojan.Dopip.A from your system, because of restricted access to important Windows Tools. If you do not want to waste your time on this highly tedious and time consuming task, you should simply acquire automatic removal tools, which could delete the Trojan right away. It is essential to act with chosen removal processes immediately, because at any point the malicious infection could download more dangerous applications, or cause harm to your personal data.
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Slow Computer
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes