VirusCleaner is a fake anti-Spyware application that promises to remove threats from your computer but in reality is not going to remove any spyware but might actually expose you to more security threats. VirusCleaner tries to trick the user into purchasing the full version of the program by the intentional use of false positives, as well as through false pop-ups and “system alerts”, claiming that your PC is infected with dangerous parasites. VirusCleaner may also download and install extra spyware programs and Trojans and it can be a serious threat to the security of your sensitive data.
Backdoor.MoSucker.a is a nasty backdoor application that provides the remote attacker with unauthorized access to the victim’s computer. The intruder then may download, upload and run random files, control your computer and retrieve user sensitive information, including financial data. Backdoor.MoSucker.a has the ability to download and install other spyware. Backdoor.MoSucker.a is configured to run on every Windows startup automatically and secretly. We recommend to get rid of Backdoor.MoSucker.a as soon as it has been detected.
Backdoor.Hupigon.eue is an extremely dangerous backdoor Trojan designed to provide the remote hacker with full control over your computer. Backdoor.Hupigon.eue is known to propagate through browser security exploits or it may come bundled with other malware. Once installed, Backdoor.Hupigon.eue will allow the attacker to connect to your machine and perform his nasty activities. Backdoor.Hupigon.eue places any financial or banking data stored on your computer in severe jeopardy and represents a serious security risk.
Pornlinks are various URLs that usually are added by Trojans and other spyware programs onto your desktop. Once you click on any of these shortcuts, you will be directed to pornography websites where, most likely, your PC will be hijacked and infected with extremely dangerous parasites. Pornlinks pose a serious security threat and should be deleted without delay.
Backdoor.Prorat.c is a Trojan application with backdoor capabilities created to hijack and infect your PC and steal your sensitive information. Once it is installed, Backdoor.Prorat.c will open up a backdoor through which a remote hacker can get full control over your machine. Backdoor.Prorat.c poses a significant threat to the security of any personal and financial information stored on your computer and should be removed without delay.
Virus.Virut.r is a particularly dangerous virus that propagates via P2P file sharing programs, network shares and IRC. Once it is installed, Virus.Virut.r will embed itself deeply in the system and attempt to infect any .exe or .scr files that are running on your machine. Moreover, Virus.Virut.r has the ability to open a backdoor through which a remote hacker may get full control over your PC and all the sensitive data stored on it. Virus.Virut.r is a serious threat to the security of your computer and should be removed as soon as possible.
Backdoor.EggDrop.v is a Trojan program that is created to download and install additional malicious software onto your machine. Backdoor.EggDrop.v usually creeps into your computer through security holes in the network. Once executed, Backdoor.EggDrop.v will open up many backdoor holes through which the remote attackers can gain full control over your PC. Backdoor.EggDrop.v is a serious risk to the security of your personal and financial data and we recommend its removal immediately.
Worm.Bloodhound.D is a mass mailing worm that drops a backdoor into your system through which a remote attacker can get full control over your PC. Worm.Bloodhound.D spreads over open network shares and through email attachments. When it is executed, Worm.Bloodhound.D will configure Windows to automatically run Worm.Bloodhound.D on each startup. Worm.Bloodhound.D will then connect to an IRC channel in order to get commands from a remote attacker. Worm.Bloodhound.D has the ability to pass through several commercial firewall programs secretly. Worm.Bloodhound.D is extremely dangerous, as it allows access to any sensitive personal and financial data stored on your computer.
Trojan-Dropper.Agent.xf is a malicious Trojan application that is designed to get secretly onto your computer and open a conduit for infecting your machine with various viruses, worms and other malware. Usually, Trojan-Dropper.Agent.xf comes bundled with other parasites or is downloaded via browser security holes. Once it is installed, Trojan-Dropper.Agent.xf will download additional adware and spyware applications into your system. Trojan-Dropper.Agent.xf is a very dangerous threat to the security of your sensitive data and should be removed as soon as it has been detected.
EmailSpyMonitor is a spyware tool created to monitor and record your emails. EmailSpyMonitor usually logs and gathers all your emails that are opened in the popular clients, such as Outlook, IncrediMail and many others. Once EmailSpyMonitor records the message, the program may either store it in the system or send it via email to a remote hacker. EmailSpyMonitor is a severe risk to your privacy and should be removed as soon as it has been detected.
Backdoor.WinCrash.b is a dangerous backdoor Trojan program that gives the remote attacker full access to a compromised computer. Once executed, Backdoor.WinCrash.b may shutdown or restart the PC, manage files, record user keystrokes, install and run many applications, take screenshots and perform other malicious actions. Backdoor.WinCrash.b may also steal your banking passwords and credit card numbers; therefore Backdoor.WinCrash.b should be removed as soon as possible.
RemoteAdmin.NetCat is a remote administration tool (RAT), which may be exploited by hackers for illegal monitoring and controlling other people’s PCs. The hacker usually infects victim’s PC via email or file sharing networks. Once RemoteAdmin.NetCat is executed, the hacker will get full control over the victim‘s machine and all personal data stored on it. It is a serious security risk to your sensitive information and we recommend the removal of RemoteAdmin.NetCat as soon as it has been detected.
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StorageProtector is a rogue anti-spyware program that is designed to lure internet users out of their money. Usually, StorageProtector is downloaded and installed by a Trojan, through browser security exploits or via other illicit mechanisms. Once it is executed, StorageProtector will display fake Warning messages and ‘Windows-Like’ popups in your system tray stating that your PC is infected with malware. Once you click on any of these false notifications, you will be directed to StorageProtector’s home site where you will be forced to purchase the full version of StorageProtector.
DriveDefender is a rogue spyware removal application that pretends to be a legitimate and reliable anti-spyware application. Usually, DriveDefender is installed by a Trojan Zlob, through browser security exploits, or may come bundled with other malware. Once it is installed, DriveDefender will attempt to goad you into buying the full version of DriveDefender program by displaying fake warning alerts claiming that your PC is infected. It is very difficult to remove DriveDefender manually because it has the ability to reappear after the removal.