Possible Steps For Removing Trojan:HTML/FakeAlert.AA from Windows XP

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Displayed publisher: Trojan:HTML/FakeAlert.AA
Installation folder: C:\Program Files\Trojan:HTML/FakeAlert.AA
Program executable: Trojan:HTML/FakeAlert.AA.exe
Path: C:\Program Files\Trojan:HTML/FakeAlert.AA\Trojan:HTML/FakeAlert.AA.exe
Addition Files (Malware Detected)
(Malware detected) Trojan:HTML/FakeAlert.AA.dll
Trojan.Win32.Trojan:HTML/FakeAlert.AA.CC by MalwareDomainList
Variant of Win32/Trojan.Trojan:HTML/FakeAlert.AA.A by ViRobot
Malware.Poxdar by F-Secure
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What is Trojan:HTML/FakeAlert.AA?

Trojan

Do Trojan:HTML/FakeAlert.AA modifies or delete files?

Yes

IS Trojan:HTML/FakeAlert.AA connects Itself To remote server?

Yes

Does Trojan:HTML/FakeAlert.AA Alters Safe Mode and System Restore Point?

Yes

Can Trojan:HTML/FakeAlert.AA provide unauthorized access To Hackers?

No

Can Trojan:HTML/FakeAlert.AA Result Into DdoS attack ?

Yes

Can Trojan:HTML/FakeAlert.AA Drop additional malicious files On PC?

Yes

Trojan Dropped are Win32/NSAnti, Proxy.Koobface.gen!K, Virus.VBInject.WE, Win32/Kheagol.Patch.A, Pigeon AZNZ, Troj/JSAgent-CK, Trojan.Diskhide.A, Trojan.Starter.65, Swrort.A, I-Worm.Neton, Trojan.Win32.Cospet.dfm, Sohanad.N, Injector.gen!BG, Pall Trojan

Is it possible for It to drop a keylogger into PC?

No

Do Trojan:HTML/FakeAlert.AA uses Self-Replicating technique?

Yes

Does Trojan:HTML/FakeAlert.AA captures keystrokes?

No

DO Trojan Monitor Internet Sessions?

No

Does Trojan:HTML/FakeAlert.AA Lead To “BSOD Error”

No

Does Trojan:HTML/FakeAlert.AA provide superuser-level access to Hackers?

No

Is your System log files accessed by Trojan:HTML/FakeAlert.AA?

Yes

Do Trojan belong to large botnet category?

No

Can It search for the specific cookies?

No

Can It Install spyware and viruses ?

Yes

Spyware installed by Rootkit.Agent, Spyware.Keylogger, Winpcdefender09.com, NetRadar, BugDokter, ICQ Account Cracking, Spy4PC, Adware.Rotator, PrivacyKit, W32.Randex.gen

Does Trojan:HTML/FakeAlert.AA blocks Task Manager and Registry Editor?

No

Do Trojan:HTML/FakeAlert.AA present itself as a fake screen saver?

Yes

Does Trojan:HTML/FakeAlert.AA disable the Windows processes and services?

Yes

Can It disable Windows processes without users awareness?

Yes

Does Trojan degrade net speed and browsing experience?

Yes

Does It perform some unusual browser activity?

No

Do You Notice error message on regular basis Due To Trojan?

Yes

Windows Error caused by Trojan are – 0x00000004, 0x000000EB, 0x8024402C WU_E_PT_WINHTTP_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED Same as ERROR_WINHTTP_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED – the proxy server or target server name cannot be resolved., 0xf0807 CBS_E_NOT_INSTALLABLE the component referenced is not separately installable, 0x00000054, 0x0000007B, 0x00000019, 0x8024D00F WU_E_SETUP_HANDLER_EXEC_FAILURE Windows Update Agent could not be updated because the setup handler failed during execution., 0x000000FC, 0x8024200C WU_E_UH_FALLBACKTOSELFCONTAINED The update handler should download self-contained content rather than delta-compressed content for the update., 0x000000F9

Does Trojan:HTML/FakeAlert.AA affect your system severely?

Yes

Does Trojan:HTML/FakeAlert.AA intercepts DNS requests?

No

Does Trojan:HTML/FakeAlert.AA drop a keylogger Into PC?

Yes

DO Trojan:HTML/FakeAlert.AA Keeps hiding its original host location?

Yes

Does It Disrupts Windows Firewall installed on the PC?

No

Is the bandwidth consumed by Trojan maximum?

No

Does It target government organizations?

No

Does It USE P2P file sharing distribution method?

No

Does Trojan:HTML/FakeAlert.AA use Self-Replicating technique?

Yes

Trojan:HTML/FakeAlert.AA infects fdWCN.dll 6.0.6002.18005, msdrm.dll 6.0.6002.18193, dpwsockx.dll 0, msv1_0.dll 5.1.2600.5512, accessibilitycpl.dll 6.0.6000.16386, nwapi16.dll 5.1.2600.5512, ufat.dll 6.1.7600.16385, cryptsvc.dll 6.1.7601.17514, msvbvm50.dll 0, ServiceModelInstallRC.dll 3.0.4506.25

Does Trojan:HTML/FakeAlert.AA open backdoor in infected system?

No

Does It Disables security software on infected system?

Yes

Can Trojan:HTML/FakeAlert.AA Record Keystrokes?

Yes

How Trojan Monitor Internet Activity On Compromised PC

P2p File Sharing

Is It possible for Trojan:HTML/FakeAlert.AA To Encrypt files ?

Yes

Is it possible for It to Change browser settings?

No

Can It Steal User Account Information?

No

Does It changes Default System configurations ?

No

Are you seeing fake scan dialog boxes on your screen because of Trojan:HTML/FakeAlert.AA?

Yes

Does Trojan:HTML/FakeAlert.AA modify or corrupts users System files?

No

Can Trojan:HTML/FakeAlert.AA Be Rated on Threat Level?

Critical

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