Azoralt Trojan

Azoralt Trojan Description

A website called G-Cleaner that is advertised as an effective utility that can clean a computer and eliminated the so-called 'junk files' and other problems, therefore optimizing the computer's performance and the security of its user. Regretfully, this is not what happens when a computer user downloads and installs the G-Cleaner website. Its true meaning is to load a threatening Trojan, the Azoralt Trojan which, once running on a computer, can collect the computer users' personal data and login passwords and add the computer to a botnet. The main distribution method used by the Azoralt Trojan is via spam email attachment campaigns, which are configured to run some commands that install the Azoralt Trojan on the targeted computer.

A threat such as the Azoralt Trojan can invade a computer surreptitiously and run in the background of the infected machine, which makes its detection almost impossible by the computer user. Although manual removal is hard and not recommended, a security scanner can accomplish this task safely and prevent the affected system from been harmed by the removal of the wrong files.

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