- Annoying Pop-up's
- Cant change my homepage
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Shows commercial adverts
- Slow Computer
- Slow internet connection
We advise you to stay away from Trojan.Cleaman, because this malicious infection, made up of various executable and dynamic link library files, is highly stealthy and precarious. The Trojan can hide itself from existing security tools, tamper with your system’s functionality and even allow existence of such malignant programs as keyloggers, adware, tracking cookies, or information stealing worms, all of which could cause even more damage than Trojan.Cleaman itself! Below you can find all information about this Trojan, and discover the quickest way to remove Trojan.Cleaman for good.
Even though the malicious Trojan.Cleaman can be infiltrated through various security loopholes, its most notable feature is its ability to redirect Windows users to such web sites as vshare.toolbarhome.com, which is used to download missing Trojan’s files. However, it has been researched that only specific search engines, set as home pages, are targeted by Trojan.Cleaman’s redirection feature. Amongst such engines, Google, Yahoo and Bing are most prominent. This can be acquired because of the modified Windows Hosts components, which allow set engine search IP addresses to be changed into URLs of the Trojan.Cleaman’s sites, one would get redirected to. Nonetheless, Trojan.Cleaman can slither into your Windows OS via spam emails, encrypted downloads, and many othe security cracks, which you should be aware of.
It has also been found out that Trojan.Cleaman files dplayx.dll, facebook hack.exe, and volmgr.exe can make sure that the Trojan’s files do not get detected and removed easily, because of the instated rootkit attribute. Other executables can add and delete your system’s processes, release bogus security notifications, open browser pop-ups, execute processes from temporary folders, or attach its code to such Windows executables as svchost.exe. Trojan.Cleaman can also connect your account to remote servers, which may allow files to be downloaded, infection to be reported, and data to be reconfigured.
To protect your Window system from such harmful activity, remove Trojan.Cleaman. Proceed manually, using processes and files, which need to be deleted, listed bellow. This, however, is not an easy task, and those, who have not had previous experience with malware, should not even think that they could succeed quickly. Leave this exhausting task to professionals, and delete Trojan.Cleaman, using automatic removal tools, which will protect your system after completed removal.
How to manually remove Trojan.Cleaman
Files associated with Trojan.Cleaman infection:
Trojan.Cleaman DLL's to remove:
Trojan.Cleaman processes to kill: