Buddylist is AOL spyware that exploits the security vulnerabilitiesof AOL, aiming ICQ hacks and DoS attacks at AOL users. Buddylist is also known to steal passwords and personal information data pertaining to AOL users and their messenger accounts (AIM).
Hoax.Renos is a trojan employed by many rogue anti-spyware applications in order to persuade the user to purchase those applications. This is usually done by generating fake security alerts and notifying the user of non-existent threats. Hoax.Renos usually uses ActiveX controls and various browser security holes in order to infect potential victim machines. This trojan is known to be very difficult to remove.
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SpywareLocker is a corrupt spyware removal tool created to persuade users into purchasing its full commercial version. SpywareLocker may be installed through browser security loopholes or other unconventional mechanisms. Once executed, SpywareLocker will launch on every Windows boot and will start generating fake warnings regarding your computer security. SpywareLocker may appear difficult to manually remove because it can secretly renew and mutate itself.
Do not be tricked into thinking that SystemDefender is some kind of Windows product. SystemDefender is malware that pretends to be security software, in order to scare you into paying money for nothing. SystemDefender preys on PC users by making itself look like a Microsoft product or a Windows component. Accordingly, the first sign you’ll see of an infection will likely be a fake update window that is produced by a Trojan. The Trojan that promotes SystemDefender is hidden in unrelated, harmless-looking downloads, or in fake Windows updates on third-party sites. Once the Trojan has found its way in, SystemDefender will alert you that you need to download an anti-malware update...
SpySure is a malicious and a very dangerous spyware program. SpySure monitors your keyboard activity, creates logs of all visited websites and takes screenshots of your system, thus stealing all personal data, passwords, chats, emails and any accounts a user might have. SpySure is known to hack even banking accounts and Credit Card information.
This is an application designed to monitor user‘s activities by recording all the keystrokes into a log file. This feature allows the remote perpetrator to be aware of all your activities, such as chat messages, emails and login information to various accounts. Boolosoft Keylogger poses a significant threat to the security of users private information.
Awola is a rogue anti-spyware application. Main objective of this program is to persuade the user to purchase its full version. The method employed to do so is to display fake security alerts and notifications of imaginary threats. Awola is known to spread through various software loopholes or it may be downloaded onto your machine by trojans.
Trojan-Downloader.Agent-DNE is a spyware Trojan created to secretly invade your PC. Trojan-Downloader.Agent-DNE creates a backdoor hole allowing remote attackers to install additional malware to your system. Trojan-Downloader.Agent-DNE poses a serious threat to the security and privacy of your personal and financial information. In addition, Trojan-Downloader.Agent-DNE may import additional malware to your system without your knowledge or consent.
Trojan.Agent-KM is a nasty backdoor Trojan. Once executed, Trojan.Agent-KM will provide unlimited access to your system to the creator of this Trojan. Trojan.Agent-KM can be accessed and executed via HTTP requests.
Trojan-PSW.OnLineGames.dat is Trojan-horse program mostly designed to steal online gaming passwords. Trojan-PSW.OnLineGames.dat may also monitor the activities that you perform on your machine. Trojan-PSW.OnLineGames.dat will log your IM, email conversations and will search your computer for kept passwords. Trojan-PSW.OnLineGames.dat may then transmit the collected data to its creators.
Trojan-PSW.OnLineGames.ckr is a harmful Trojan-horse parasite that is capable to capture passwords and other symbols that you type on your machine. Trojan-PSW.OnLineGames.ckr especially specializes in stealing online gaming and banking passwords. Trojan-PSW.OnLineGames.ckr may collect all the captured data and send it to the creators of this Trojan. Trojan-PSW.OnLineGames.ckr is a potentially unwanted program that put your security and privacy at a very high risk.
Trojan-PSW.OnLineGames.dhq is a surveillance application (spyware) that endangers the users personal and financial data by storing account logins and passwords. Trojan-PSW.OnLineGames.dhq does then send the data to the remote hackers. Trojan-PSW.OnLineGames.dhq is considered a high personal security risk Trojan.
Trojan-PSW.OnLineGames.arv is a dangerous spyware that resembles a lot of other Trojans. It monitors keyboard strokes, creates logs and screenshots thus making all user account logins and passwords as well as personal and financial data majorly unsafe.
Trojan-PSW.OnLineGames.afz is designed to covertly monitor and record all your keystrokes as well as to scan the contents of your hard drives for stored passwords. Afterwards the trojan sends all gathered information to it’s creators. This trojan poses a significant threat to the security of your sensitive information.