- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Slow Computer
- Slow internet connection
PWSteal.Dofoil.E is a Trojan that utilizes keystroke logging to steal important passwords. Thus PWSteal.Dofoil.E can also be categorized as a keylogger trojan. It records the keystrokes you make on your keyboards, stores the data, and then connects to a remote server in order to send the collected data away for a cyber criminal. It is important to remove PWSteal.Dofoil.E as soon as possible.
This trojan commonly arrives as an attachment to a spam email message, so do not open or download email attachments that you have received from unfamiliar senders.
Due to the fact, that PWSteal.Dofoil.E does not have an interface, you might not even know that you have this threat on your computer already. While you are oblivious to the fact that you are infected, PWSteal.Dofoil.E can collect your banking logins and passwords and send the information away to its creator. Then your bank account will be accessed by cyber criminals and your money will be stolen. Therefore, it is essential that you perform regular system scans with such antimalware scanner as SpyHunter. Regular system scans will prevent malware infections from causing system failure, and you will be able to remove them immediately.
What is more, PWSteal.Dofoil.E can connect to remote website to download and execute arbitrary files. There is more than one infection from Win32/Dofoil trojan family, so having PWSteal.Dofoil.E in your system can also mean that other trojans from the same group are either there as well, or already on their way to you. Needless to say, that if do not pay attention to this infection, your computer will be simmering with malware.
Invest in a computer security tool that will help you to remove PWSteal.Dofoil.E automatically. Manual trojan removal can be tricky so it is better to perform an automatic removal to terminate PWSteal.Dofoil.E for good. This way you will also protect your computer against similar threats that might enter your system in the future.