What are Trojan?
Software that breaks through computer security and disguises itself as something benign.
Web definition of Trojan:
A program that comes in secretly and quietly, but it carries a destructive payload. Once you become infected by the worm or virus that that Trojan carries into your computer, it can be very difficult to repair the damage. Trojans often carry programs that allow someone else to have total and complete access to your computer. Trojans usually come attached to another file, such as a .avi, or .exe, or even a .jpg. Many people do not see full file extensions, so what may appear as games.zip in reality could be games.zip.exe. Once the person opens up this file, the Trojan goes to work, many times destroying the computer's funcionability. Scary, eh? You can read more about this here, on our Trojans, Viruses, and Worms reference page. Your best line of defense is to NEVER accept files from someone you don't know, and if you have any doubts, then do NOT open the file. Get and use a virus detection program, such as Inoculate and keep it updated regularly.
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