Trojan.Backdoor.AVUpdateScheduler.B Trojan Information
High risk threats typically are remotely exploitable vulnerabilities, which can lead to system compromise. Successful exploitation does not normally require any interaction. May open up communication ports, use polymorphic tactics, stealth installations, and/or anti-spy counter measures. May use a security flaw in the operating system to gain access to your computer.
||Trojan.Backdoor.AVUpdateScheduler.B is a Trojan which installs a proxy server that allows an attacker to have full access to the infected computer.
This trojan lowers the system's security level, makes changes to the registry, deletes and modifiles files. The trojan is put in system start up so it runs everytime the system is booted up. It sends the IP address of the infected computer to a remote server and waits for connections, allowing the attacler to have full access to the infected machine.
||Trojan - A Trojan software is any software on a user's computer that the user is not aware or intentionally installed. Most Trojan software is designed to perform some sort of actions that could jeopardize the user's security or privacy.
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