The WellMail Malware
WellMail is a malicious program that best suits the definition of a Trojan horse due to its ability to execute various malicious processes in the system. If not removed immediately, WellMail can damage the entire OS, delete critical files and user data, steal sensitive information and even insert ransomware into the infected computer.
Trojans are the only malicious type of software that is able to perform a variety of harmful tasks on the computer one after the other. Sadly, in this short article, we cannot cover the spectrum of all possible malicious operations they can perform, but we will still try to address some of the most common ones.
WellMail, in particular, is a new Trojan representative the intentions of which are not very clear. The activities it can perform on behalf of the cybercriminals who control it may range from theft, espionage, system corruption, data destruction and more. In addition, the consequences of its attack may be very different in each case of infection. Sadly, due to its novelty, we cannot tell you what exactly to expect from it. Yet, what we can say for sure is that this virus should be removed from your computer as soon as possible because the longer it remains there, the greater the chance of irreparable harm if that is not already the case.
Therefore, what we will do is point your attention to our comprehensive removal guide, which will help you locate WellMail on your computer and safely remove it without professional help. Please note, however, that Trojans like this one can mask as legitimate system files to avoid detection. That’s why it is critical that you follow the steps listed below closely or use the suggested professional removal tool to avoid involuntary system damage.
What damage may WellMail cause?
One of the most common ways criminals use Trojans is for the secret insertion of other viruses, especially the highly popular Ransomware infections, Spyware and Rootkits. Basically, Trojans may serve as a backdoor for a particular virus or more than one malicious program and secretly invite them all into your system through previously detected vulnerabilities. Sadly, this is quite a popular practice among criminal circles that’s why if you have been infected with WellMail you should not overlook it and carefully scan the entire computer with reliable security software not only for this particular virus, but also for other malware.
WellMail may also have the potential to provide online criminals with access to your passwords, login information to specific websites, your online banking details and financial credentials, and other sensitive information that you store on your computer. This data can be collected through various crafty tactics. For instance, WellMail may either be set to keep track of your keystrokes, or allow the hackers to access your computer remotely. The Trojan may share with them your screen or even allow them to spy on you through your web camera and microphone.
Another common thing threats like WellMail and WellMess can be used for is turning your computer into a bot and exploiting its system resources fur running different malicious processes and tasks without your knowledge. For instance, without you suspecting, your computer may be set to mine cryptocurrencies for the hackers. It may also be used to spread spam or infect other machines in the same network with viruses and malware. That’s why the sooner you detect the infection and remove it, the greater the chance to save your computer and prevent the crooks from completing their criminal agenda.
WellMail Malware Removal
You are dealing with a malware infection that can restore itself unless you remove its core files. We are sending you to another page with a removal guide that gets regularly updated. It covers in-depth instructions on how to:
1. Locate and scan malicious processes in your task manager.
2. Identify in your Control panel any programs installed with the malware, and how to remove them. Search Marquis is a high-profile hijacker that gets installed with a lot of malware.
3. How to clean up and reset your browser to its original settings without the malware returning. You can find the removal guide here.