Trojan.MSIL.Agent is a family of malware downloading applications, which includes such devious applications as Trojan.MSIL.Agent.azf and Trojan.MSIL.Agent.rzr. All of these infections are programmed using Microsoft Intermediate Language; however, this does not change the fact that the infection is dangerous and should be deleted. It has been found out that the Trojan dropper can infect operating Windows systems starting with Windows 95 and finishing with Windows 7. Therefore, if your computer runs Windows and it is not guarded by shielding software that could remove Trojan.MSIL.Agent infections, you should read the article and take appropriate measures.
Tens of malicious computer components could be dropped to activate Trojan.MSIL.Agent and help download other malignant files. Note that these files could use cloaked names or even could modify original components. Therefore, manual removal is out of the question, unless you have experience and skills required for this extremely complicated task. One of such files is server.exe. Needless to say, this file will not raise any suspicion when detected running in the Task Manager; however, it is truly malignant. The executable can hijack virtual memory processes, delete Registry entries, record keystrokes and steal identifiable information. Once schemers get a hold of your account login data, they can connect to IM chat rooms and other personal accounts to spread malware using your reputable name. Moreover, the file has a rootkit functionality, which may hide the file against detection and removal.
Facebook.exe is another component that you should beware of. Do you think it has anything to do with Facebook? Absolutely not, and the main objective of this cloaked file is to download malicious programs, reconfigure runtime policies and expose security vulnerabilities. Root.exe is one more file that needs to be deleted, because it can modify Windows Security Center, remove access to Registry Editor and Task Manager, and can disable notification balloons. All of this will make it impossible to find and remove Trojan.MSIL.Agent; however, we can help you perform that.
Trojan.MSIL.Agent removal is a task for SpyHunter, an automatic Windows security tool that can delete the infection, downloaded malware and fix computer’s vulnerabilities so that infections cannot enter in the future. Note that manual removal is not compatible with rootkit Trojans which can remove administrative controls of essential PC utilities.