Short bio

Trojan.Agent refers to a generic Trojan malware detection. It is used for detections that are either associated with no specific malware families or not enough information is available to pinpoint the malware family. Often, you see it paired with other detections as parts of an infection that goes beyond a single family.


Common infection method

Since this is a generic detection, this threat is not confined to any particular infection method. It is advised to check other detected items for more detail on how the threat got on your system. Otherwise, following basic security practices will reduce your exposure to this threat.

Avoidance advice:


Malwarebytes Anti-Malware completely removes this threat. No further clean up is required.

Associated threats

  • Trojan.Agent.AI (written in AutoIT)
  • Trojan.Agent.CK
  • Trojan.Agent.CN
  • Trojan.Agent.E
  • Trojan.Agent.E.Generic
  • Trojan.Agent.ED
  • Trojan.Agent.ENM
  • Trojan.Agent.Gen
  • Trojan.Agent.Generic
  • Trojan.Agent.MSIL (written in MicroSoft Intermediate Language)
  • Trojan.Agent.NSIS (done with NSIS software installation)
  • Trojan.Agent.RVGen
  • Trojan.Agent.UX
  • Trojan.Agent.UXE
  • Trojan.Agent.UXED
  • Trojan.Agent.UXH
  • Trojan.Agent.UXHE
  • Trojan.Agent.VB  (written in Visual Basic)
  • Trojan.Agent.VBS (written in Visual Basic)

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