Trojan.JS.Agent.GHP has been observed in the wild in random Java files. In particular, case study was made on the instance of the above trojan detection in the file called caption.js.
Those files are injected onto computer system via gaps in security related to Java environment in various software products of common knowledge which processes are active as the PC is connected to website spreading the malicious code.
The above name is but one of a number of detection names used by various security solutions to recognize the same threat. However, approaches to the removal of Trojan.JS.Agent.GHP differ from antivirus to antivirus.
Free scanner available here will detect all instances of the trojan and the infections it has introduced onto your PC. That is an alternative method to remove Trojan.JS.Agent.GHP that provides for prevention of the same infection invasion in future.
Type: Trojan horse, Malware
Detection date: 03.07.2012
URL: blocked\not detected
- Trojan.JS.Agent.GHP may be difficult to remove manually;
- Trojan.JS.Agent.GHP may download and install additional malware;
- Trojan.JS.Agent.GHP may slow your PC;
- Trojan.JS.Agent.GHP may cause system errors and slowdowns, popup ad’s.
How to remove Trojan.JS.Agent.GHP virus?
You can choose how to eliminate Trojan.JS.Agent.GHP infection. Use manual removal guide or delete it automatically:
1. Manual removal process
It is understood that removing Trojan.JS.Agent.GHP manually you deal with only one infection. To get rid of other infections manually you need to find and use other relevant guides. Furthermore, how will you know if there are other threats to exterminate?
To remove Trojan.JS.Agent.GHP infection – delete its files and disable processes (in Task Manager):
After that, remove Trojan.JS.Agent.GHP registry entries:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\WINDOWS\ CURRENTVERSION\RUN\ random.exe
2. Automatic Trojan.JS.Agent.GHP removal
Antimalware program is a good choice enabling users to clean computer system of all its infections at once, or at least to find out which threats to eliminate. It might happen that Trojan.JS.Agent.GHP malware blocks downloading or installation of antivirus capable of its deleting. If that is the case, don’t give up! Try the following tips to escape the malware aggression:
- rename executable of the downloaded antimalware to “explorer.exe” and run it;
- try to install remover from Safe Mode (press F8 when Windows starts);
- try to download Trojan.JS.Agent.GHP removal tool from uninfected PC and transfer it to infected, using pen-drive.
If you need further help in using the manual directions or downloading the removal tool, please leave your query as a comment below.
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