Trojan.Fadcit.A has many different names including W32.Pilleuz, Malware.Pilleuz!rem, Win32/Kryptik.AJKU and Trojan.Win32.Jorik.Totem.vz. The sinister program also has countless ways to get into your operating Windows system, and if it is not safeguarded by legal security software, even seemingly innocent actions could launch its installation. The Trojan could be hiding in any encrypted download, and if you acquire some kind of software, like video codecs, from unreliable, illegal sources, running of such seemingly authentic program could let in the malignant application. When this is executed, you might not even know that you need to remove Trojan.Fadcit.A from the system, as there is a great chance that you will not even understand that it is running.
Secretive Trojan’s components Java .exe (1.56M) and vikyrefwaqis.exe (89.03K), which can be found in Temp Data and Documents and Settings folders respectively, could possibly complement the Trojan with rootkit attribute, an element which could allow Trojan.Fadcit.A run without possible detection and removal. These malicious files are able to reconfigure the registry by adding the "vikyrefwaqis" value under the HKEY Current User key (HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\run). Trojan’s components could modify other registry components as well, and if this were done, more cunning processes would be released. Vicious infection’s files could hijack system’s processes, delete essential elements, remove access to essential Windows utilities, tamper with the Windows Security Center, disable safe mode, steal digital data or login details and release fictitious notifications to help out adware or such rogue antispywares as Security Shield and Live Security Platinum. Of course, all of these processes are highly dangerous and you should take care of Trojan.Fadcit.A removal as soon as possible.
As declared time and time again, manual removal in the case of rootkit Trojans could bring more damage to your system than good, and only if you think you are an expert of malware removal, should you delete Trojan.Fadcit.A manually. Despite the fact that there are some people who could succeed at the task, the majority of infected systems owners will not be able to proceed on their own. Automatic solution, enabled by installed security software, is a much more reliable option in the case, and you should download and run such tools at once.
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Shows commercial adverts
- Slow Computer
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes