Rtp Detection Trojan

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Trojans are a common type of malware which, unlike viruses, can’t spread on their own. This means they either have to be downloaded manually or another malware needs to download and install them.

4 months ago Outbound Trojan from Steam Game, Help Needed I received a notification from my Malwarebytes premium trial of an RTP detection, it said it was a trojan and an outbound connection. It was originating from the game file of the steam game Day of Infamy (dayofinfamyx64.exe). Aug 23, 2020 'RTP detection, Trojan blocked web site then a ip address ending with 170' Is this normal? Showing 1-15 of 29 comments. Mr Blue Playdoh. Aug 23, 2020 @ 10:41am.

Trojans often use the same file names as real and legitimate apps. It is easy to accidentally download a trojan thinking that it is a legitimate app.

How trojans work

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Trojans can come in many different varieties, but generally they do the following:

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  • Download and install other malware, such as viruses or worms.

  • Use the infected device for click fraud.

  • Record keystrokes and websites visited.

  • Send information about the infected device to a malicious hacker including passwords, login details for websites, and browsing history.

  • Give a malicious hacker control over the infected device.

How to protect against trojans

Use the following free Microsoft software to detect and remove it:

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  • Microsoft Defender Antivirus for Windows 10 and Windows 8.1, or Microsoft Security Essentials for previous versions of Windows.

For more general tips, see prevent malware infection.