Did you ever get scared into buying extra insurance by a good salesman who convinced you that if you didn’t purchase his or her plan, you would have a terrible car accident, get struck by lightning and break your arms and legs?
Sounds like a human Trojan.BHO.EW. But in the case of the insurance agent, you just will have less money in your paycheque, but you’ll still be able to continue your daily tasks. Trojan. BHO.EW isn’t that kind. This is a dangerous type of scareware that tricks you into thinking your computer is infected with numerous threats, and that you should purchase an antispam program.
Trojan.BHO.EW. is actually a really dangerous virus, because once it gets into the root system, it can attack your personal data. It can compromise your security settings and affect your privacy. This trojan starts to work each time you start up your PC. It may slow down the performance of your PC and prevent many of the applications from working. It can steal your personal information, and in worst case scenarios, cause your computer to crash completely.
Trojan.BHO.EW. gets into your PC without your knowledge. You can get this trojan inadvertently through email attachments, infected disk on keys or other storage devices, plugins, shared apps or file sharing, freeware or social media sites.
How does Reimage work?
You may suspect that Trojan.BHO.EW is in your PC if your system crashes without warning, your Web browser doesn’t react to prompts, unwanted popups, scary messages that say your computer is infected, irrelevant toolbars and search tools on your Web browser.
Getting rid of Trojan.BHO.EW by yourself not so simple, but with Reimage, you can get rid of this unwanted salesperson in just a few minutes. Reimage, unlike Trojan.BHO.EW, is not scareware but a patented, award-winning software that will not only detect BHO.EW and other malware in your computer but will also repair damage done by viruses.
You can read more about Reimage elsewhere on WindowsTalk, such as the review posted here.