Trojan:Win32/Micrass.A is detected by the Microsoft Security Team and is classified as a malicious Trojan.
How Does Trojan:Win32/Micrass.A Operate?
Once in the system, Trojan:Win32/Micrass.A creates a %TEMP%\lsmass.exe file and changes a particular registry entry so it would be launched every time the affected PC is started.
Trojan:Win32/Micrass.A is capable of downloading updates and further malware on the infected computer. Microsoft experts have observed the Trojan create a file (load.dat) in the malware folder location. The threat renames the file with an executable file name and runs it ( %TEMP%\0C88.exe).
- IP address
- PC name
- Available ports
The specialists have observed the Trojan trying to connect to 96.
If you can find these keys or entries in your registry, then you can be sure that Trojan:Win32/Micrass.A has affected your computer:
→In subkey: HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run
Sets value: “LSMASS”
With data: “
How Is Trojan:Win32/Micrass.A Distributed?
Trojan:Win32/Micrass.A can enter your system via freeware downloads or with the help of other malware. Malware experts remind that users should be extra careful when sorting email attachments.
The threat can also sneak in the targeted system when the user visits malicious websites or through infected external hard drives.
Trojan:Win32/Micrass.A Removal Manual
To remove the threat, it is best to rely on a competent anti-malware solution. Follow the steps below to delete Trojan:Win32/Micrass.A from your computer permanently.
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