Spyware Profile for Win32.Bashbot

Win32.Bashbot is a backdoor Trojan program.  It has the ability to enter your system without your knowledge and can remain there for a long time because it runs silently.  This pest will open a backdoor or port that will allow a hacker to enter.  The hacker is usually the virus’s author and he will have designs on taking over your computer.  The hacker will be able to essentially run your system from a remote location and will have access to anything on your computer.  Your financial records are at serious risk.

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Cyberlab runs on Windows Vista, 7, 8 and 10. It has no ads, popups or bundled software and fully uninstalls by clicking Start > All Programs > select Cyberlab and click Uninstall.

2 Responses

  1. Daniel Anderson says:

    I was told on another computer support forum that my computer was infected with a Backdoor Trojan, after I gave in logs from Malwarebytes software. I scanned multiple times and I did get Trojan viruses in nearly all of them, as well as Rogue bugs and HijackThis bugs. I also used Spybot S&D, but I cannot get rid of a certain bug called Backdoor.Win32.Bashbot.a. Searching on Google I found Bluepenguin’s site, where I found a tool that removes this trojan.
    Thanks for the help and I hope I will have your support in the future.

  2. Joakim D. says:

    I have Avast and it keeps showing that I have this Win32.Bashbot. I keep clicking for it to move it to the chest or delete it, but it keeps coming back. I decided to try a good antispyware program and a good friend told me about spyzooka.
    It works great and I had no problem since.

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