Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Get rid of Trojan:Win32/Bamital!dat and undo the unwanted changes caused by the trojan to browser and system settings

Trojan:Win32/Bamital!dat pursues two major goals, both causing great discomfort to user of the computer affected.
First of all, it makes attempts to disable connections on the host PC. That is required for its taking over the host system browser. It is capable of enslaving any kind of web-surfing software and make it a tool for loading websites of interest to hackers. Therefore, the first task for the trojan is to perform redirects. In particular, the rogue exiles in intercepting queries to Google and other websites of the same profile.
Another part of payload associated with the threat is restriction of Windows features. In particular, the Trojan has been observed to disable Windows Restore so that users could not rescue computer system to nearest Restore Points in case of system failure.
Removal of Trojan:Win32/Bamital!dat needs to be combined with relevant remediation procedures. Free scan tool available here will remove Trojan:Win32/Bamital!dat and other parasites, as well as ensure relevant unwanted changes are undone thus performing the aforementioned remediation.

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