Brief description of Trojan.JackServn
Trojan.JackServn is created by the Korean team programmers and detected as generic trojan horse virus. This threat is coded with a Korean keyboard layout. It was developed in July 2017. This Trojan virus work on Windows installation (32-bit and 64-bit). But it is primarily aimed at 32-bit system. It run as 'fbzqaaaa.exe' in temp folder under the AppData. It has the following featured attributes:
File name fbzqaaaa.exe SHA-256: 4f04782130e8f73adba59e431c5775fc57573719f241da776eacd403751e956b File version 6.1.7600.16385 File size 1.2 MB This trojan virus may be used for DoS (Denial-of-Service) attacks. Also it hide the web traffic of attacker. It invades the system by peer to peer network, links of corrupted page, emails and fake updates of software.
Common symptoms of Trojan.JackServn
When Trojan.JackServn loaded into your machine it starts to cause site redirection. It slow down the computer performance and make it sluggish to respond. It hide itself for a long period of time and it is hard to delete manually. It make a loophole by which other viruses get enters easily like spyware, malware, adware, ransomware, worms and threats. Your internet starts to run slow. Some of the application won't start. Some files will also get deleted automatically or replaced. Your antivirus and firewall get disable.
Malicious activities of Trojan.JackServn
The hackers get connected remotely to watch your all activities with the help of Trojan.JackServn. They steal your personal information and make money from it. Your privacy will also get disturb. So, it is very important to remove Trojan.JackServn quickly from your computer.
Prevention tips of Trojan.JackServn
Use multiple strong password: do not use same password anywhere especially in bank account. It will be easy to find out and it takes only seconds to grab your account details.
Create back up of your files: you should create a back file of every data. You can use three ideal space for that like separate storage device, off-site and place where you work.
Keep your personal information safe: avoid using the real name or identity on the discussion board.
Think before you click – do not try to open the unknown senders email attachments or the link that you never visit before.
Update your antivirus regularly – update regularly the antivirus and run the schedule scan.