Trojan.malware.300983.susgen. False positive?

This virus (Trojan.malware.300983.susgen) is serious business, so be careful. It can be a keylogger that will record every keystroke, or it can simply collect your license (office, adobe etc.) keys.

But it is not always so dangerous. Sometimes it is simply “False positive” when trusted applications are flagged as Trojan.malware.300983.susgen.

It depends on the circumstances. If a trustworthy program gives the result of Trojan.malware only from one antivirus program, it is most likely a False positive.

This happens because trusted apps have access to the license key itself, which is why they are flagged as Trojan.malware.

So what exactly is Trojan malware, and what does the number 300983 mean?

What is a Trojan malware 300983 Susgen?

Trojan malwareA trojan horse is any malware that misleads users into believing its true purpose. The term originates from an Ancient Greek story of the deceitful Trojan Horse that caused the demise of Troy. Troy.

MaxSecure scanner often results in Trojan.Malware.300983.susgen, although often other antiviruses do not recognize the file as a virus.

VirusTotal example. VirusTotal example 2.

I believe this has been detected because it is possible for it to be programmed to extract license keys. The malware then has the ability to sell the Office key or other.

It’s basically an ‘Potentially unwanted Application’ (PUA). In essence, it’s not malware but if something does happen to it you must be informed.

Is Trojan malware 300983 Susgen a false positive?

As I mentioned at the beginning of the article, it depends on main several factors:

  • Software trustworthy.
  • Is the program downloaded from the official website?
  • What do other antiviruses say about the file?
  • What are people saying about this file?

The main criterion for determining whether it is a False positive is the credibility of the file creator. It doesn’t look reliable if it’s a random forum where a person shared a supposedly GTA bot.

But if it is a program flagged with a trojan from a trusted developer, it will most likely be a false positive.

Also, check the file with an antivirus program. If you don’t have one, you can do it through

How to remove Trojan.Malware.300983.susgen?

Windows defender is reliable, so you should start with it (If you are using Windows OS). After a full scan, you will know whether your computer is infected or not. You can also download a free, reliable antivirus such as AVG.

Is the Trojan virus a real virus?

Yes, if it is a trojan virus, then it is really dangerous. It’s not a virus that tries to infect other files, but it can do much more damage by pretending to be a normal program.

Can you detect Trojan virus?

It depends on the virus and its method of operation. Trojan viruses are detected because of the desire to send data elsewhere.

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The golden rule is always to check how reliable program developers are and the program’s purpose. Also, always download the program only from the official source.

Feel free to leave comments in the comments section if you have questions. I hope this article was helpful to you.

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