BrowserModifier.MSConfig.BHO is a Trojan which you should not keep active in your computer’s system. When the Trojan gets in the system, some changes concerning the Internet browser might be made, and, in many cases, it is difficult to restore the browser to its original settings. As Trojans are usually dangerous to the system because they might steal or record information inputs, it is highly advisable to remove it from the system.
BrowserModifier.MSConfig.BHO might get into the system through the files which might not be recognizes by the Windows firewall as malicious. The Trojan creates registry entries to start itself whenever the system is booted up. The file which is known as being responsible for this function is advpad.exe, which was detected as malicious in 2011.
The Trojan is claimed to install a browser helper object (BHO) which runs automatically whenever a new browser’s tab or window is opened. The installation of this Trojan is related to the malignant file mscfg.dll which locates itself under C:\Windows or C:\Windows\System32. The Trojan might record which websites are visited most frequently, what information enters the system, and it may send the information gathered to remote computers. In any case, BrowserModifier.MSConfig.BHO is an unwelcome guest which should be removed from the system.
We highly advise you to remove BrowserModifier.MSConfig.BHO automatically, because it is the easiest way to get rid of this infection. You should use a powerful security application which will scan the system and remove the infection. Do not delete the Trojan on your own, because due to the lack of technical knowledge you may do harm to the system. Hence, scan the system by using a security tool, and the system will be protected from damage.
- Cant change my homepage
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Slow Computer
- Slow internet connection