Trojan:JS/Febipos.A is a serious virus that spread all over the world these days. So, why do we consider this malware as dangerous? This infection can use your Facebook profile in order to post, like pages and even comment without your authorization. This especially relates if you use a Chrome or Firefox internet browser. In this case you should check and inspect any add-ons that you have installed. If you do detect some suspicious add-ons in these browsers, make sure you uninstall them right away.
It’s worth saying that alert warnings from your antivirus program may be the only symptoms of this threat. One day you may even find you have liked or shared Facebook information (posts, links, videos, etc.) without your knowledge or even intention to do so. Once again, this virus is brought to your PC as an add-on for Chrome and Mozilla Firefox internet browsers. It does not attack Internet Explorer. Trojan:JS/Febipos.A can be brought by the malware called TrojanDropper:Win32/Febipos.A. Once installed the virus will check for, download, and install an updated copy of itself. It will then try to read a configuration file that gives instructions to the trojan what actions to undertake. The file has a list of commands for what the trojan can do in your Facebook account. This includes liking a page, sharing a post, posting messages, joining a group, inviting your friends to a group, sending messages and links via chat and commenting on posts. The data in these posts get amended on a continuous basis and can include links to Facebook pages or external websites. To remove this malware off your computer please scan your system with our recommended security program.