The name of TrojanSpy:Win64/Ursnif.C should be enough for you to realize what this infection. This Trojan horse is a data stealer and it is modified to infect systems that run on the 64bit version of Windows. It infects your system in stealth, and based on the composition of TrojanSpy:Win64/Ursnif.C, it uses rootkit techniques to conceal its presence from you. There's a file called yadrive32.exe that can be encountered in your Windows Task Manager after the infection. This file is responsible for adding an auto start entry into the Registry, and after that TrojanSpy:Win64/Ursnif.C loads automatically in the system's background whenever you turn on your computer.
Other process files associated with TrojanSpy:Win64/Ursnif.C are hjaunofd.exe and VKNT.EXE. Looking for these files and the previously mentioned yadrive32.exe in the Task Manager is one of the best ways to determined whether you are infected or not. Unlike rogue antispyware applications, TrojanSpy:Win64/Ursnif.C does not have an interface and so there are no outward symptoms that would give you a hint on this Trojan infection.
So while the user is unaware of the fact that TrojanSpy:Win64/Ursnif.C has settled down in his system, the Trojan collects personal information that usually consists of banking logins, passwords, credit card numbers and so on. Afterwards, TrojanSpy:Win64/Ursnif.C sends the gathered data away to a remote server over the network, obviously, without the user's knowledge. If that weren't enough the Trojan also slows down your system and in the long run you might find yourself with a totally ruined computer.
If you want to avoid that, you have to remove TrojanSpy:Win64/Ursnif.C from your system immediately. We recommend automatic removal with a reliable computer safeguard tool, because it is the fasted and the most efficient way to get rid of the infection and protect your computer.
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Slow Computer
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes