How to remove TrojanDownloader:HTML/Adodb!A
TrojanDownloader:HTML/Adodb!A is a HTML script Trojan that exploits a vulnerability in Microsoft Data Access Components (MDAC). It can download arbritrary programs online, without the user's consent. The Trojan enters the Windows system without the user's knowledge, taking advantage of the vulnerable "holes" in software, infecting them with malware code. This class of threat has a severe alert level, according to Microsoft.
How did the threat enter your computer?
Like other Trojans the malware enters your PC from downloading freeware on unsafe websites, or playing online games, watching videos or even streaming music. It is often disguised as a normal looking file, such as a harmless-looking jpeg image.
Why TrojanDownloader:HTML/Adodb!A is Dangerous
Unlike normal computer viruses that harm PCs when they "mutate" and replicate by themselves infecting other parts of the system, the Trojan allows other malware to enter without user consent. Besides this, they can alter Start items, decrease PC performance and inject malware into the registry.
This type of Trojan can give cyber criminals and hackers remote access to your computer. Hackers commonly spread Trojans through malicious websites, spam email, freeware and adware. This family of threats family can even steal your online banking details. HTML/TrojanDownloader viruses can spread via Facebook, Youtube, Skype, removable drives, and drive-by malware. It can change your PC settings and modify registry files. It runs automatically at the background on boot up. Once it enters your system you must remove TrojanDownloader/HTML.Adodb immediately.
How to Remove TrojanDownloader:HTML/Adodb!A
If you know the name of the Trojan Horse lurking inside your computer, check online for information on how to get rid of malware in question. From the Task Manager utility (press Ctrl +Alt +Del) - click End Task. Or you can try to delete the malware program from Control Panel – Add/Remove Program. The manual method of removing viruses is not recommended and is unsafe unless you are a PC expert.
For normal PC users, the best way to prevent an attack by Trojans is to keep all of your software, especially your antivirus up to date. This virus may linger in your Pc, despite your installed antivirus auto removal and running Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE). Then download a more powerful spyware, malware and adware removal tool. We suggest you try a reliable TrojanDownloader:HTML/Adodb!A removal tool like Hit Malware. This is a total anti-virus program that defends your PC privacy, scans at lightning speed and is compatible with popular antivirus programs, that may already exist in your system.
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