Is JS:Agent-CDN [Trj] virus blocking you from watching video on Youtube or accessing any other websites? Cannot get this virus removed by Avast? Currently many computer users complain that Avast blocks every video they click on and shows them the virus. Is there any way to get rid of this stubborn virus?
Is Your Computer Infected With JS:Agent-CDN [Trj] Virus?- How To Remove
JS:Agent-CDN [Trj] is a highly dangerous Trojan horse that disables the firewall and attempts to steal sensitive financial data like credit card numbers, and online banking login details without your permission. Usually this virus can be detected by Avast antivirus programs. But Avast doesn’t seem to remove it from your computer because this nasty Trojan virus can disable all the antivirus program functions. As similar as any other parasite of this type, this Trojan can sneak to the system and infect it from malicious sources such as spam email, various suspicious Internet websites, IRC network or peer-to-peer systems. etc.
It is very annoying and frustrating if your computer is infected with JS:Agent-CDN [Trj] virus because you are not allowed to use Youtube to watch video anymore. Also this virus can perform a set of destructive actions on it which often result in system instability or the loss of performance. It creates thousands of random files and folders in order to consume system resources and fill up a hard disk with useless trash. What is worse, it opens network ports to download and install additional malware threats onto the infected computer without your knowledge. C0nsidering this is a Trojan virus, you should remove it as quickly as you can because it enables cyber criminals to gain remote access to the compromised PC system. Up to now, there is no antivirus can remove this threat automatically because this virus is good at disguising itself on the attacked PC and it attempts to bypass the detection and extermination of anti-virus programs by using the original names of genuine Windows files, it is highly recommend users to get rid of JS:Agent-CDN [Trj] manually and completely in case your personal information transferred to hackers.
JS:Agent-CDN [Trj] Virus Infected Characters/Consequences
Learning and knowing the characters and consequences of this JS:Agent-CDN [Trj] virus can help us verify its evidence and avoid being trapped into any possible cyber scams:
# It’s distributed through malicious web sites, programs and attachments that one downloads online
# It can escape from many antivirus programs and get itself installed without permission
# It will create constant security pop-ups
# It will allow the unpleasant entries of third parties
# It may even put its victims into troubles with property losses
# It can affect the performance of the system by taking up higher percent rate of CPU usage
A Step-by-step Trojan Removal Guide
Manual removal is suggested here in order to get rid of JS:Agent-CDN [Trj] virus since antivirus applications have mostly failed on the removal. Expertise will be required during the manual processes as one will need to deal with changeable files, programs and entries associating with this Trojan.
Step 1: Open Windows Task Manager to end malicious processed. To do that, press Ctrl+Alt+Del keys at the same time or right click on bottom Task Bar and select Start Task Manager.
Step 2: Open Control Panel from Start menu. Go to Folder Options and under View tab, select Show hidden files and folders and non-select Hide protected operating system files (Recommended) then click OK.
Step 3: Go to Registry Editor. First press Windows+R keys and then type regedit in Run box to search. Delete registry entries associated with this Trojan infection:
Video on How to Modify or Change Windows Registry
JS:Agent-CDN [Trj] is a malicious parasite is designed to steal personal user information and send it to third party servers. It interrupts users from surfing online because Avast keeps blocking this virus but cannot remove it for you. This is undoubtedly is a security risk to the victimized computer system and because it mainly targets PC user’s privacy. With this virus in your computer, it may show constant pop-up ads based on a target computer user’s browsing history and keywords he/she enters into particular genuine search engines. Furthermore, it is is able to open a backdoor to let remote hacker access compromised computer easily which means your privacy and personal information such as password, credit card information will be exposed to hackers for illegal purpose. Therefore, JS:Agent-CDN [Trj] should be removed as soon as possible in order to prevent all these possible consequences mentioned above from happening.
Published by Tony Shepherd & last updated on July 29, 2013 3:55 am