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Monday, March 22, 2010

How to remove Trojan.Win.Agent.dcc (Free removal)

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Trojan.Win.Agent.dcc is a commonly reported false system security threat. Most recently, this fake infection was seen in fake warnings from the rogue anti-virus program called User Protection. However, please note that other rogue programs may display warnings with Trojan.Win.Agent.dcc infection as well.

Also, there is a Trojan virus called Trojan.Win32.Agent.dcc (real infection) so don't confuse them. By the way, Trojan.Win32.Agent.dcc just like Trojan.Win.Agent.dcc also appears in fake warnings, so after all it depends on the program you use. If this threat was reported bu legitimate programs then it probably really exists, but if comes from fake (rogue) program then you shouldn't worry too much. The fake Trojan.Win.Agent.dcc alert reads:

System alert: Trojan.Win.Agent.dcc
Defenseless OS: Windows 2000/XP/Vista
Description: Spyware try to steal payment details of your credit cards, bank account etc.
Protection: Click the balloon to install antivirus software.

If you find such fake infection on your computer then you are infected either with Trojan virus or with a rogue anti-spyware program. One way or another, you should run a full system scan and remove all found infections. You may choose from the following anti-malware/spyware programs: (all are free)

Also you should read User Protection removal instructions, because currently Trojan.Win.Agent.dcc fake warning comes from this fake program. Good luck and be safe!

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