How to remove Backdoor:Win32/Swrort.A
Lately it is often being reported that whenever users visit certain websites they seem to end up getting infected by the Backdoor:Win32/Swrort.A and then their files are getting locked and their vital information is being hacked into and stolen. This Trojan was detected for the first time on 27th august 2015 and since then users have seen that it connects to the remote servers like 18.104.22.168 via TCP port 4444, 10.10.10.31 via TCP port 443 and 22.214.171.124 via TCP port 1234. Once it connects to the servers it can then take instructions from hackers and do damage.
Backdoor:Win32/Swrort.A removal then becomes a top priority to protect not only the computer but also data stored in the computer or browsers like passwords and account information. The Trojan allows hackers to gain a backdoor access to the computer system and download other viruses like Trojan:Win32/Swrort.A etc. Once in the system these malware can log keystroke data and send that to hackers who can then track each and every keystroke entered while entering passwords or banking account information etc. This lets them steal the banking passwords and credit card information and also details that may have been entered in gaming websites.
The Trojan uses code injection to hide in plain sight and can change its location constantly. It can also corrupt the Windows registry file and hide in the disguise of an executable file thus making it almost impossible to detect. It can create mutexes to make sure that only one copy of the Trojan is running is running at one time while the others remain thus making it quite difficult to remove Backdoor:Win32/Swrort.A.
However the Trojan can be removed easily with the help of an advanced Backdoor:Win32/Swrort.A removal tool like VSKSoft anti-virus that will detect each and every copy of the virus and delete it permanently. It will also block the corrupted servers and stop the hackers from sending any malware and block the hacked websites thus protecting the computer from further infections.