- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Slow Computer
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
Trojan malware droppers are malicious infections that are responsible for bringing even more malware onto the target computer. Trojan.Gilver.A is one of those Trojans. Upon the infection it downloads and installs such computer threats as Worm.Ainstlot.A and Wor.Cambot.A. So with only Trojan.Gilver.A in your system you can expect even more damage to come really soon. Even though worms delivered by the Trojan do not infect local files, they replicate fast and significantly slow down the system, so immediate removal of Trojan.Gilver.A is absolutely necessary.
Naturally, Trojan.Gilver.A installs itself surreptitiously, without the user’s knowledge. It then modifies the registry in order to run malware components together with Windows. Then it goes and installs the previously mentioned worm infection that can further on breach your privacy by logging keystrokes, capturing screen images and capturing the Internet browser network traffic. It happens, because Trojan.Gilver.A and worms are created to capture the data entered while accessing one of these websites. The list of website includes such popular pages as amazon.com, deviantart.com, facebook.com, paypal.com and others that require input of a sensitive personal information.
From this data we can see that Trojan.Gilver.A and other infections that it brings can capture your logins and passwords, essentially stealing your identity and even your money (if it manages to get passwords to your banking websites). Thus, you simply must remove Trojan.Gilver.A from your system no matter what. However, it can be hard to erase this Trojan, when you don’t even know what to look for. Trojan.Gilver.A does not have a definite interface, and for a long time, the infection can remain hidden from your sight, working in the background of the system.
To determine the infection, you have to check Windows Task Manager for such random process files as 28010852310602.exe or 177963252529135.exe. These are the files directly associated with Trojan.Gilver.A and if you see them there, then you are really in trouble. Deleting Trojan.Gilver.A on your own can prove to be very hard, let alone deal with the worms that it has installed. Therefore, to save yourself the trouble, you should consider acquiring a legitimate antimalware program that would erase Trojan.Gilver.A for you in no time, ensuring that the Trojan’s payload is gone as well.
How to manually remove Trojan.Gillver.A
Files associated with Trojan.Gillver.A infection:
Trojan.Gillver.A processes to kill: