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The first Trojan horse virus was called the pest trap or Spy Sheriff. This early Trojan horse was able to reach and infect about one million computers around the world. It appears as a mass amount of pop-up ads that mostly looked like warnings, alerting users to the necessity of an obscure software application. Once the Spy Sheriff Trojan horse is successfully installed on a computer, it becomes extremely difficult to remove. Antivirus and antimalware software are usually unable to detect Spy Sheriff and cannot remove it with a system restore. Furthermore, if a user tries to erase the Spy Sheriff software, the Trojan horse reinstalls itself using hidden infected files on the computer.

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Like they do with other pieces of legitimate software, rootkits are often programmed to disable or completely remove any antivirus or antimalware software that may be installed on the infected computer. This was a particularly big problem in the past when most antimalware programs were unable to detect, monitor, and/or stop a rootkit attack. Cybersecurity solutions have evolved since, so some of the best antivirus software tools nowadays can successfully detect and remove rootkits from the system.

Several types of rootkits run at a higher level of privilege than most cybersecurity programs, which is why they may be very hard to detect. To scan your systems for rootkits, you need an advanced antimalware tool that has add-ons for rootkits. Thankfully, the best antivirus software tools all come with a built-in rootkit scanner and rootkit remover, allowing you to easily detect and remove these online threats. 350c69d7ab


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