Trojan.DNSChanger is a very scary Trojan that can cause serious damage to both your computer and your life. If you are unlucky and Trojan.DNSChanger gains access to your system, the chances are very high that it will modify the DNS settings on your computer, in a very clever manner.Trojan.DNSChanger may also cause your web browser to be redirected to very dangerous fake sites. If you land on a site that doesn’t look trustworthy or a link that you didn\'t give your browser instructions to go to, then this could be a sign that you may be infected with Trojan.DNSChanger.
Trojan.DNSChanger may go by the following names:
Trojan.DNSChanger may display some of the following symptoms:
Trojan.DNSChanger is able to invade your privacy and gain access to all your confidential information. You may experience many annoying advertisements and pop up messages that may seem impossible to get rid of. One of the most alarming aspects with regard to Trojan.DNSChanger, is that it is able to redirect your search results to certain predetermined web sites. There is a variety of ways that Trojan.DNSChanger may gain access to your system although one of the most common ways is when users unintentionally download and install fake codec multimedia.
You need to make sure that you detect Trojan.DNSChanger on your machine as soon as you can. The quicker you are able to properly remove Trojan.DNSChanger, the quicker you can start having a normal computer again. It is also important to remove Trojan.DNSChanger quickly in order to prevent any potential further damages. The best advice is for you to have decent protection on your computer all the time. If this protection is up to date it should be able to both detect as well remove Trojan.DNSChanger automatically for you.
How to manually remove Trojan.DNSChanger
Files associated with Trojan.DNSChanger infection:
Trojan.DNSChanger processes to kill:
Remove Trojan.DNSChanger registry entries: