Win32.CCInvader is a backdoor Trojan. It is designed to work stealthily in the background. If running properly you will never know that is running. Your only hope is to detect Win32.CCInvader with anti-spyware software or by it causing an error. It is possible you will notice it on startup or it might cause a little delay in your computer’s speed.

You can check for Win32.CCInvader or other spyware on your computer with ZookaWare PC Cleaner. It offers a free scan by clicking the button below. Backdoor Trojans are dangerous and should be removed immediately.


Backdoor.CCInvader.10 (Kaspersky Lab)
BackDoor-GY (McAfee)
Backdoor.SysReg (Symantec)
BackDoor.CCInvader.10 (Doctor Web)
Troj/Bdoor-GY (Sophos)
Backdoor:Win32/CCInvader.1_0 (RAV)
BKDR_CCINVADE.10 (Trend Micro)
BDC/CCInvad.10.Cli (H+BEDV)
Win32:Trojan-gen. (ALWIL)
BackDoor.CCInvader (Grisoft)
Backdoor.CCInvader.10 (SOFTWIN)
Trojan.CCInvader.10 (ClamAV)
Bck/CCInvader.10 (Panda)
Win32/CCInvader.10 (Eset)

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One Response

  1. Ramon Pesci says:

    I removed Win32.CCInvader but every time I was turning on the computer it was back. I used some programs to remove it and nothing changed until I tried SpyZooka. Now Win32.CCInvader is gone and my computer works better.

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