- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Slow Computer
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
Trojan.Ramgad.A is a computer threat that has been on the loose since the beginning of 2012. There is nothing exception abotu Trojan.Ramgad.A since it is very similar to other Trojans when it comes to its tactics, but by no means does it mean it can be ignored. Trojan.Ramgad.A is quick to destroy the computer system by modifying memory, adding values to the registry and silently working in the background.
After the installation which obviously occurs without the user's permission, Trojan.Ramgad.A injects a key into the registry and then loads automatically together with the OS. Afterwards it connects to a remote server using an HTTP protocol and communicates with the hacker that is responsible for infecting your system. Needless to say, that this communication that takes places without your knowledge or consent breaches your privacy. What is more, based on Trojan.Ramgad.A's components, this Trojan is a 100% backdoor, so being infected with it means that sooner or later you will your system crawling with all types and sorts of malware.
If you want to avoid that you need to remove Trojan.Ramgad.A immediately. Even though this Trojan does not manifest itself in any flamboyant way, you can still notice quite a few changes about the system that might pinpoint the infection. For example, slow operating speed and slow Internet connection are the first signs that something is wrong. Also, you might want to check for calc.exe, readerSTD.exe and svclock.exe in Windows Task Manager's process list. These process files are directly associated with Trojan.Ramgad.A and if you see them running, then the infection is definitely in.
These are also the files that you need to delete if you are going to terminate Trojan.Ramgad.A on your own. If not, then leave it for a powerful antimalware application to erase Trojan.Ramgad.A for you in no time. Choosing automatic malware removal will also mean that you are protecting your system against other threats at the same time.
How to manually remove Trojan.Ramgad.A
Files associated with Trojan.Ramgad.A infection:
Trojan.Ramgad.A processes to kill: