There is a number of malware detections that refer to a kind of generic threat, compromising the system. Win32:Dropper-gen[Drp] is a trojan that surreptitiously enters your system and drops other malware. Due to its secretive nature it is hard to pinpoint the exact moment this trojan gets into your computer. It is commonly dropped as a DLL file, and Win32:Dropper-gen[Drp] is configured to run automatically once Windows starts.
Unless you are a computer expert, it would not be that easy to determine whether you are infected with Win32:Dropper-gen[Drp] or not, but there are certain system changes present that indicates Win32:Dropper-gen[Drp] is there. For example, the presence of nwagentsdt.dll at your system folder and ctfmon.exe at the startup folder shows that you are clearly infected with Win32:Dropper-gen[Drp]. Also, you can also come across this service in your Task Manager: Nwsapagent.
The aforementioned files can also be detected as TrojanDownloader:Win32/Small.gen!AZ and Backdoor:Win32/Agent.FS, which also supports the claim that Win32:Dropper-gen[Drp] delivers another malware to infect your computer with it. Trojans obviously slow down your overall computer performance, and you might experience various erratic system behavior, wondering where it all comes from.
Not to mention that Win32:Dropper-gen[Drp] makes your system absolutely vulnerable to further infections that might completely ruin your computer and even inflict financial damage, because nowadays cyber criminals are very profit-oriented and they try to acquire important financial information.
To protect yourself and your computer you have to remove Win32:Dropper-gen[Drp] right now. We recommend to download a free SpyHunter scanner to detect all the infections that are hiding in your system, because with Win32:Dropper-gen[Drp] on board you are very likely to have other malware installed as well. Do not wait any longer and invest in a powerful antimalware tool that will terminate Win32:Dropper-gen[Drp] in no time.