A Trojan is a malicious computer program that presents itself as legitimate software. it hides malware in a normal file.
How are Trojans Spread?
Attacker employs a social engineering to spread Trojans. Victims are tricked into clicking on malicious email attachments, which looks harmless. On execution, the Trojan executes itself. Drive-by downloads are another popular way of spreading Trojans. In the drive-by download method, the Trojan program automatically gets downloaded onto the computer without the victim granting permission for the download.
What does a Trojan do?
A Trojan horse carries a malicious payload which may include a backdoor or ransomware. The backdoor would allow the controller of the malware to gain unauthorized access to system resources and data on the computer. It could allow downloading of more malware through the. Trojans help the controller to steal users’ personal information such as passwords, banking credentials, and IP addresses.
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