Trojan.Agent.cchq Description

Trojan.Agent.cchq is a malicious Trojan horse infection that may compromise a user's system. Trojan.Agent.cchq may allow an outside attacker to gain access to personal files or data that could be used for identity theft. Once Trojan.Agent.cchq opens up a back door to the compromised system, a hacker could also take over certain functions of the user's system, using it to perform illegal actions over the internet. To ensure the safety of personal information and data stored on the hard drive, it is best to detect and remove Trojan.Agent.cchq with a spyware removal tool.

Technical Information

File System Details

Trojan.Agent.cchq creates the following file(s):
# File Name Size MD5
1 xmvi.dll 33,792 073742add793c533e886c56eca19c767

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