article The trojan virus is targeting businesses around the world and businesses are using malware scanners to help stop the malware from taking over their machines.
A survey from security firm Checkpoint showed that 70% of respondents have installed a security feature to help detect the malware.
It found that more than one in three have installed an anti-malware program to block trojan trojan.
A number of the security products that Checkpoint tested were called by the trojan to help scan their computers and protect them from the malware infection.
A malware scanner can help companies detect the presence of trojan code and can block malware from executing.
If the trojans code is detected, it can stop it from running.
The Trojan can also detect the file extension and scan the file for its presence, allowing businesses to quickly identify the file and block it from executing on the machine.
The researchers from Checkpoint said that the most common security issue faced by enterprises is malware infection in their networks.
This malware is being transmitted over networks by the crooks who steal personal data, or steal money to spend on other things, they said.
In addition to the security feature, businesses should also ensure that their systems are up to date with security patches, which should prevent the trojs code from infecting the machine, the security firm said.