Trojan.Zlobie is considered Malicious Software, and can further be classified as a Potentially Dangerous Tool and a Malware Downloader, which in turn can further be classified as a Spyware application.
A Potentially Dangerous Tool is an application that is not harmful in its design, the only time this type of tool will become a PC threat is if deployed by unauthorized parties, for potentially malicious intent.
Trojan.Zlobie is affiliated with the following aliases:
Trojan.Zlobie is further given the classification as a low risk application, which generally speaking should do no harm to a computer system, unless installed without the knowledge or permission from the system’s user.
It has been claimed that if Trojan.Zlobie allows for the unauthorized access to an infected PC, then Trojan.Zlobie will then have capability to spread over a network exploiting various Windows vulnerabilities.
Trojan.Zlobie may come bundled with other malware and ensure that they are executed each time Windows starts. A malicious Trojan horse or Bot may represent a higher security risk for the compromised system and/or its network environment.
Accordingly, Trojan.Zlobie may be considered a malicious backdoor Trojan infection that runs in the background and allows remote access to the compromised system.
Trojan.Zlobie has been seen to display the following behavior:
The best thing to do to rid any computer system of the presence of Trojan.Zlobie and all its components, would be to employ the services of a fully functional and up to date, not to mention legitimate antispyware tool.
How to manually remove Trojan.Zlobie
Files associated with Trojan.Zlobie infection:
Trojan.Zlobie DLL's to remove:
Remove Trojan.Zlobie registry entries: