- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Slow Computer
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
Trojan.Necurs.A is a Trojan infection that has a lot of functions including those of a rootkit, malware dropper and a backdoor. Since it uses techniques common for rootkits, it means that upon the installation Trojan.Necurs.A drops a subkey into to the Registry, thus allowing it to load automatically with the OS. Trojan.Necurs.A runs silently in the background of the system, avoiding the detection of security programs, and it makes it hard to remove it.
Most of the time users install Trojan.Necurs.A unwittingly themselves, or allow the Trojan to enter the system as they open websites of suspicious nature. Upon the installation, Trojan.Necurs.A brings a list of 6 URL addresses. These are the addresses it tries to connect over the network without your permission once the Trojan settles into the system. After the connection is established Trojan.Necurs.A uses an HTTP protocol to download a file from one of these addresses and then executes it.
The file that Trojan.Necurs.A downloads might contain anything - more instructions or another malware. Since this Trojan has mawlare dropper's features it would be of no surprise if it downloaded and installed another piece of malware. In fact, this is exactly what Trojan.Necurs.A does. To make matters worse, it also disables security programs, so that it would not be detected and removed. One of the most annoying features of this infection is the Trojan's ability to randomly restart your operating system, losing all the unsaved data as a result.
Trojan.Necurs.A can be hard to detect since it tries to avoid being spotted by the security programs, and it also does not have an interface, therefore, there is no apparent way for a user to determine the infection. Nevertheless, there is a list of files associated with Trojan.Necurs.A. Some of them are process files that can be seen running in Task Manager process list. Therefore, if you find blammi.exe, 41fb2af0cd745ae6.exe or edsmgr.exe in Windows Task Manager, you can be sure that you are battling Trojan.Necurs.A.
If you know how to terminate Trojan.Necurs.A on your own, feel free to refer to the list of files related to the malware provided below this description. But if you are not a computer expert, it will be better to acquire a legitimate security tool that will be able to detect and remove Trojan.Necurs.A from your system to the very last file.
How to manually remove Trojan.Necurs.A
Files associated with Trojan.Necurs.A infection:
Trojan.Necurs.A processes to kill: