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Trojans aren't self-replicating programmes; they don't copy their own code by attaching themselves to other executables. They work without the computer users' permission or knowledge. Trojans masquerade as healthy processes.

Trojans are a sort of malware that are not viruses. There are no such things as "Trojan viruses" or "Trojan horse viruses," as some people believe. This is due to a key distinction in how viruses and Trojans infect their victims.

A Trojan is a computer programme that is designed to hurt, disrupt, steal, or otherwise harm your data or network. To deceive you, a Trojan masquerades as a legitimate application or file. It tries to trick you into downloading and running malware on your device.

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