Vulnerable computer systems and applications:
Windows operating systems.
Zeroaccess is a higher-level malicious software code, also known as a Trojan. It can hide in the system, preventing anti-virus programs from detecting it. Zeroaccess often enters users’ computers without their knowledge. Trojans can spread via malicious email attachments and exploits. The trojan creates/modifies registry entries, creates hidden system files, downloads more malware, and opens a backdoor on an infected computer.
- Install or update used device protection systems;
- Scan your computer with an anti-virus program;
- Install operating system and application updates;
- Do not click on suspicious links in emails and websites;
- Before installing programs carefully review the list of things that the program will be able to do without your knowledge;
- Do not save passwords in your browser’s memory.