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1) How did Troj/Dimnie-A get on my Computer?
Troj/Dimnie-A can gain entry onto your computer in several ways. Some of the common methods of Troj/Dimnie-A infection include:
Downloads from questionable websites
Infected email attachments
External media, such as pen drive, DVD, and memory card already infected with Troj/Dimnie-A
Fake updates that trick you installing them
Programs posing as fake virus removal tools
Infected documents circulating on peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing networks, torrent sites, and IRC channels
2) Symptoms of Troj/Dimnie-A Infection
The primary symptoms of Troj/Dimnie-A infections are:
Computer behaving unpredictably
Unexpected operating system error messages
Blue screen errors in Windows
Sluggish computer performance
Programs stop responding and show “Not Responding” error messages
New files getting created at the root-level of a hard drive
Spam messages unknowingly being sent from your email account
Mysterious files and folder deletions
3) Removing Troj/Dimnie-A from your Computer
To get rid of Troj/Dimnie-A from your computer, perform the following steps:
Use an anti-malware program
Clean your Windows Registry
The enterprise network environment is evolving rapidly as companies extend their physical data centers to embrace cloud computing and software-defined networking. This new reality means that the challenge of managing the security policy is much more dynamic and complex.
New files getting created at the root-level of a hard drive - what do you mean by that ? where should I check it?
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