Friday, October 29, 2010

Remove Trojan.Win32.ExeDot.del Regardless of Its Detection Name

Judging by name of Trojan.Win32.ExeDot.del, it is hard to get a clue what kind of trojan is this. However, this name is just one of a dozen of names used by various virus removers to mark the detection. Other detection names indicate  the trojan is a browser hijacker and has a backdoor functionality. Example of aliases for the detection: Trojan:Win32/BHO.AM, Mal/BHO-P (BHO means browser helper object). It is true, the trojan modifies web-browser and re-routes  web-serfing when the browser is used.  Removal of Trojan.Win32.ExeDot.del is also needed to destroy the backdor it applies to remain up-to-date and to receive new tasks. Click here to run free systemn scan and launch  Trojan.Win32.ExeDot.del removal.

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