- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Slow Computer
Worm.Gnoewin.A is a worm which spreads from one computer to another. There are different ways which are used from spreading the infection and one of them is removable hard drives. The infection is used to enable remote attackers access the targeted computer. The worm can exploit the vulnerabilities of your PC and negatively affect the settings of Internet Explorer; it means that the worm modifies the Registry, which results in the lock-down of the Internet Explorer’s toolbars so that you cannot make any changes.
It has also been found that Worm.Gnoewin.A can be installed by Dorkbot worms which are known to possess capabilities typical of backdoor Trojans. As you can see, the worm in question is associated with other malicious applications, which should also be removed from the PC. If you do not remove Worm.Gnoewin.A right now, the system processes will remain affected, not to mention the risk of being redirected to unwanted websites because of the changes that are made on your browsing tool.
Due to the fact that Worm.Gnoewin.A can spread via removable devices, you should scan your USB flash drive before opening it in order to minimize the risk of getting your and your friend’s PC infected. If your security tool cannot remove this infection, you should implement a reliable spyware removal tool which is capable of terminating different types of malware.
We suggest that you use our spyware removal tool SpyHunter whose scanner you can download from this page. Do not let Worm.Gnoewin.A cause serious computer performance problems which may lead to personal data loss or identity theft. Once you remove the worm, do not forget to scan the PC regularly in order to prevent further malware attacks.
How to manually remove Worm.Gnoewin.A
Files associated with Worm.Gnoewin.A infection:
Worm.Gnoewin.A processes to kill: