Trojan.Maljava!Gen24 is the latest Java exploit that belongs to Trojan.Maljava family. It was noticed in August, 2012, so keep in mind that it hasn't been stopped yet and, if your system is running Linux, Mac or Windows, you may become a victim of this trojan that additionally will give you malware. Also called as the exploit CVE-2012-4681, it makes you vulnerable to cyber attacks by opening the backdoors of the system. To prevent such attacks and avoid getting botnet, trojan, spyware or malware installed, you should make sure your computer is protected. Besides, it's highly recommended to avoid opening spam emails and their attachments, using illegal sources to download files or clicking on suspicious links.
Just like other cyber threats, Trojan.Maljava!Gen24 doesn't rely only on a single way of intrusion. However, it is known that this threat can enter a targeted computer via monitored Java vulnerabilities, including Java Runtime Environment 7, Oracle Java Runtime Environment and Sun Java Runtime Environment. (Java Runtime Environment 6 is not vulnerable to this threat). If don't want to find out what consequences can be caused by this virus, you must check your computer for Trojan.Maljava!Gen24 and remove this threat without any delay.
HOW TO REMOVE TROJAN.MALJAVA!GEN24?
In order to stop this threat from infiltration, you should firstly disable all Java plug-ins and also check to confirm that your Java installation is up to date. Here is how you can disable the Java web plug-in: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2751647.
To check your computer for Trojan.Maljava!Gen24, run a full system scan with updated Reimage version. Legal security applications is the best way to protect your system against any attack initiated by cyber criminals. After stopping Trojan.Maljava!Gen24, you will be sure that you are safe from additional malware that can be installed on your computer because of this threat.