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0mcamcap.exe
(ATTENTION: Trojan/Virus Process)

Description

0mcamcap.exe may be a hidden monitoring software that tracks your personal information such as credit card, social security number, ID, email addresses, websites that you surfed or surfing habits, IP addresses etc.

This information can be sent to hackers or third parties to damage your computer by sending viruses, spyware, malware or use your personal information for criminal activities or fraud purchases.

Recommendation

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- Further Sluggish PC Performance.
- Risk of further virus infections.
- Worms that may send out emails from your system to infect other PCs.
- Personal info being stolen and used without your knowledge to commit fraud/crimes.

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What is a Trojan Horse?

Quoted From Wikipedia: A Trojan horse, or trojan for short, is a term used to describe malware that appears, to the user, to perform a desirable function but, in fact, facilitates unauthorized access to the user's computer system.

The term comes from the Trojan Horse story in Greek mythology. Trojan horses are not self-replicating which distinguishes them from viruses and worms. Additionally, they require interaction with a hacker to fulfill their purpose.

The hacker need not be the individual responsible for distributing the Trojan horse. It is possible for hackers to scan computers on a network using a port scanner in the hope of finding one with a Trojan horse installed.