Trojan.Injector is a highly dangerous computer infection which should be removed from the system in order to prevent data loss. It is a complex malicious program which drops loads of malicious files and modifies the existing ones in order to be able to implement the plans of the attackers. Trojan.Injector is used for stealing passwords and other valuable information, so if you use your online banking account or use some other online accounts or profiles, the removal of Trojan.Injector is a must. The infection collects information, receives commands and sends it to remote computers using HTTP protocols, so the sooner you remove it from the system, the better.
Trojan.Injector use well-known file names in order not to hide its processes and arouse no suspicion. For example, it uses a file called svhost.exe, which is similar to svchost.exe, a valid system process that runs from dynamic-link libraries. There are several svhoster.exe files running within the system, each of which is responsible for running services related to particular elements of the system. The malicious file, which can be located in a sub-folder of the Windows directory, is known to monitor application and record inputs, which means what it may record your key strokes and computer mouse moves. Moreover, it may send information over the Internet. Another file whose name may be used to conceal the presence of Trojan.Injector is lsass.exe. The original file is a file from Microsoft; however, the file that is presented as such can also monitor and manipulated other programs. Additionally, Trojan.Injector may drop its malicious csrss.exe file, which you can find running next to original csrss.exe, which is a vital system component that should not be stopped. The original file is located in the C:\Windows\System32 folder, whereas the malicious file can be added to some other location. The file may disable access to the Registry, alter Firewall settings and download new files from malicious websites, which is why you should not hesitate install a reputable spyware removal tool.
If you do not take action to eliminate Trojan.Injector, that is, all the files that work jointly to provide attackers with the information stored on your PC, you may suffer data loss and serious system malfunctions. Even though malicious computer application can be removed manually, the threat can be removed successfully only by a highly experience troubleshooter. We recommend that instead of trying to kill malicious processes by yourself, you install a spyware removal tool. Use SpyHunter if you want to get rid of this password stealing threat and prevent computer infections in the future.