- Annoying Pop-up's
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Slow Computer
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
Here we have a Trojan that has elements of a legitimate program. Trojan.Duzse.A is characterized not only by the infection symptoms, but by the process files that are related to it, and that are running in the systems's background all of the time. Take dddplus_setup.exe for example. Were you to do a short research on this file, you would see that it is related to Dead Disk Doctor Download, which, judging by its name, should be a reliable program. However, if you have not downloaded and installed this program, but see this process file in the Task Manager list of running processes, that is your first sign that something is not right, and that you must do something to remove Trojan.Duzse.A.
Other process files that should point you out the name of the infection are ctfmonkvt.exe and syitm.exe. It might sound strange that we are providing the name of the files related Trojan.Duzse.A, but there is a reason for it. That being the fact that Trojan.Duzse.A does not have an interface, and as a result, there is no other way to confirm the infection but to check Windows Task Manager for unfamiliar processes. If your system is slower than usual and you notice that your Internet is not as fast as before, or if you have strange pop-up messages appearing out of nowhere - you should be aware of the possibility that you might have been infected by Trojan.Duzse.A.
The Trojan itself is a rather generic malware application that has both backdoor and malware dropper properties. It means that Trojan.Duzse.A most probably connects to a remote server upon the infiltration into your system, and then it reports the new infection to its creator, so that it could receive commands on how to behave further on. Thus Trojan.Duzse.A can either download other arbitrary files and execute them, making your system vulnerable to a whole range of infections, including rogue antispyware (that target your money); or it can collect sensitive data itself and send it over the network to the hacker behind it without you even realizing what the Trojan is doing.
If you are a computer expert, it should not be hard for you to remove Trojan.Duzse.A, but if you have never worked with Registry Editor before, it is not recommended to embark on manual removal on your own. It would be a lot better to acquire an antimalware program that will detect and delete Trojan.Duzse.A along with other malware it might have brought upon you. Do all it takes to keep your computer clean, and get rid of Trojan.Duzse.A as fast as you can.
How to manually remove Trojan.Duzse.A
Files associated with Trojan.Duzse.A infection:
Trojan.Duzse.A processes to kill: