Exploit.Win32.CVE-2010-2568.gen is a nasty pest usually sneaks into your computer secretly when you visit malicious contents or download free items from infected websites unwarily. Once Exploit.Win32.CVE-2010-2568.gen infiltrates your system, it will alter the registry to make itself a startup task, which means that it can be activated when your PC starts. Once activated, it will execute malicious codes to generate many suspicious processes in the background, which not only will occupy the great mass of your system resource, but also execute harmful tasks to mess up the whole system. Furthermore, it generates backdoor to connect the remote server to download various high-risk malware which may modify your system settings, registry settings, browser settings or even disables your Windows Task Manager and other normal program functions. What’s worse, this nasty Trojan may give a pathway for the cyber criminal to get access to your computer or even take the full control of it. After that, the cyber criminal will take the chance to attack the weak administrator passwords and steal your personal information without your awareness which may make you suffer from money loss. Now it is high time for you to take steps to remove the Trojan horse from your computer, so as to avoid other damages to your system and protect your precious data.