There is no end to the Trojan invasion, and Trojan.Waprox.A is yet another addition to the most “popular” group of computer infections. One of the most annoying things about this infection is that it does not have any common symptoms, so the user has to know his system very well to notice Trojan.Waprox.A in it. Slow computer and slow Internet might be your only hints, linking to the Trojan and what it does. Either way, if you perform regular system scans, your antivirus software should detect and remove Trojan.Waprox.A without any problem.
Before that happens, however, the Trojan can cause a lot of trouble if you don’t react immediately. Trojan.Waprox.A is able to connect to a list of servers and receive instructions from its creator on what to do next and how to behave. While most of the Trojan infections can be disclosed by checking Task Manager for associated process files, Trojan.Waprox.A can come in both – EXE and DLL form. As far as related .exe files are concerned, there’s service.exe, but looking for EDID.dll, SHAEndpoint.dll and TXGeneral.dll might be harder.
Needless to say, that when Trojan.Waprox.A is installed onto your computer it is configured to run automatically along with your system and once it does, it connects to remote servers via ports 80 or 2222 to receive instructions. The servers it connects to include: 126.96.36.199:11825, dance001-tst.org, hungrypiggs.com, secondfatman.com and so on. Whether Trojan.Waprox.A collects your personal data and sends it over to the attacker or downloads additional malware onto your computer – it is all question of the hacker’s choice. Whatever it might be, we have established that Trojan.Waprox.A is a dangerous infection that has to be taken care of immediately.
Get yourself a powerful computer security tool that will scan your system and find all the files related to this infection. Then remove Trojan.Waprox.A automatically with the security program of choice instead of trying to deal with it on your own. Only computer experts can terminate such infections manually, and if an inexperienced user tries that, he often ends up deleting important system files. Hence, it would be better to leave it to a professional security program.
- Cant change my homepage
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Slow Computer
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes