- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Slow Computer
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
Backdoor:Win32/Zegost.H is a backdoor Trojan that allows remote access and control of the affected system. There are no definite systems of this infection and so the user might be oblivious to the fact that he is infected with Backdoor:Win32/Zegost.H for a very long time, and why the Trojan is left to its own devices it can "invite" a lot of other malware into your system. The thing is that Trojans seldom come alone, they come in groups and considering the fact that Backdoor:Win32/Zegost.H allows surreptitious access to the target system, it wouldn't be surprising if you ended up being infected with rogues and a whole palette of Trojan horses.
It happens, because Backdoor:Win32/Zegost.H is actually a multi-functional Trojan can be used to install a downloader or a dropper Trojan, and that would consequently result in a proxy or keylogger Trojan infection. Keylogger Trojan is exceptionally dangerous, because it logs the keystrokes on your keyboard and then sends out the information it has collected to a remote server. The information collected might include your banking logins and passwords, leading to an illegal bank account access, which you certainly would like to avoid.
What is more, Backdoor:Win32/Zegost.H is commonly used to carry out distributed denial of service attacks on particular websites and/or service. So this way your computer becomes part of a bot network that blocks users from entering the aforementioned website.
With everything that has been mentioned it is clear to see that Backdoor:Win32/Zegost.H is a very dangerous infection that has to be treated immediately. If you cannot terminate it on your own, do invest in a reliable antimalware tool that will remove Backdoor:Win32/Zegost.H automatically. You will only have to follow the tool's instructions in order to get your computer back to normal.
How to manually remove Backdoor:Win32/Zegost.H
Files associated with Backdoor:Win32/Zegost.H infection: