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Trojan.Agent. How to Remove? (Uninstall Guide)

removal by ,   Also known as Trojan.Agent virus | Type: Trojans

What is Trojan.Agent?

Trojan.Agent is a malicious trojan horse, which can be used for various fraudulent activities. As soon as it infiltrates the system, it makes it vulnerable to other threats, what means that they can try to attack the system and initiate malicious tasks on it without a trouble. Besides, it may also cause browser's redirects to malicious websites that are mostly sued for stealing people's personally identifiable information, such as banking data, logins, passwords and so on. Finally, Trojan.Agent virus, just like many other viruses, cause slow downs on the affected PC system, can easily download specific updates, record victim's keyboard keystrokes and steal personal information without any permission asked. At the moment of writing, Trojan.Agent is capable of infecting and using for its needs just Windows PC systems. However, there is no guarantee that this threat won't start spreading thru Mac OS X and other OS. The easiest way to avoid it is to install a reputable anti-spyware on the system because infiltration of this trojan horse can end up with serious consequences.

As you can clearly see from the first paragraph of this post, Trojan.Agent is a seriously dangerous virus, which has to be eliminated from the system ASAP. However, you should keep in mind that only reliable anti-spyware can really help you to prevent infiltration of this cyber threat and remove it from your computer without leaving its leftovers. For that we highly recommend using one of these programs that showed great results when detecting Trojan.Agent and removing it from the system: SpyHunter (compatible with Windows OS), Webroot SecureAnywhere AntiVirus (compatible with Windows OS and Mac OS X).

How can Trojan.Agent infect my computer?

Trojan.Agent is distributed using different methods that have been widely used by virus creators: it can infiltrate your computer after visiting a malicious website that is filled with malicious installers, by clicking on misleading pop-up ad that claims that you need to update one or several of your programs or after opening an infected email or downloading an affected attachment that is usually added to such mails. In addition, downloading illegal programs and similar things can also increase the possibility of downloading Trojan.Agent to your PC system and infecting it with this virus. If you have already noticed that your machine runs slower than it used to run or other symptoms of this cyber threat, you should check your computer for this trojan horse. Otherwise, you may doom your machine for more serious infections and other issues.

How to remove Trojan.Agent from my computer?

In order to remove Trojan.Agent from the system, you should rely on reputable anti-spyware because that's the only way to make sure that this virus was included to the database and you will be able to remove it. Our recommended programs are: SpyHunter and STOPzilla. If you can't launch any of these applications, you should reboot your computer to Safe Mode with Networking and try again. Of course, you should repeat a scan when on Normal Mode as well. 

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Trojan.Agent manual removal

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Geolocation of Trojan.Agent

Map reveals the prevalence of Trojan.Agent. Countries and regions that have been affected the most are: United States.

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Comments on Trojan.Agent

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joe
i have trojan.dr.agent.Fmen along with other very serious trojans that SpyHunter 4 found but they want $30 to use the removal tool. ill reinstall my OS b4 i pay to remove this crap! And Malwarebytes did NOT find any of my 386 threats that SpyHunter found. My AV didnt catch them either. Ive ran about 20 programs in the last 24 hrs trying to clear up my issues and only a couple are worth noting. Adwcleaner, spybot SD, Rkill, JRT. All my problems came from downlaoding MagicIso for Cnet too so nothing is safe anymore!
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Name
what is the work of Trojan.Agent ?
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fegarius
Malwarebytes did not find trojan.agent/gen-sefnit. Try SuperANTISpyware free edition works well.
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rendra
How To Remove Trojan.Agent

C:Documents and SettingsuserLocal SettingsTempsvchost.exe Trojan.Agent ALLOW
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<Guest>
I have Malwarebytes and AVG PC tune up, as well as the AVG antivirus software on my computer. One of them gave me 4 trojan.agents, my money's on Malwarebytes.
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robertsherwin@hotmail.com
You have misled me into downloading 100MB worth of useless software. Please specify more clearly that your software is not free.
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<Guest>
malware byte is good
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<Guest>
malwarebytes removed it :P
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nameless
if malwarebytes cant delete trojan.agent (which i really doubt) try quarantining it...
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Bruce
Same problem as above. Super anti spyware detects it, says it has been removed, next scan its still there
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<Guest>
I have the latest updated Malwarebytes program and though it keeps telling me it has deleted trojan.agent, when you run it again, it is still there.
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<Guest>
...and yet you provide a removal tool?

Anyway, you're saying that Kapersky and Malwarebytes are both rogue antivirus software, which is not true. Some qualifiers might be helpful.
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<Guest>
your is so bad,you know???

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