Email-Worm.Xanax is a mass-mailing worm designed to spread through computer networks by exploiting security holes on machines connected to the Internet. Once it is executed on your machine, Email-Worm.Xanax will continue to propagate itself by sending its copies to email addresses gathered from your PC. In addition, Email-Worm.Xanax may attempt to spread with the help of your IRC client by sending its copies to other IRC users online. Email-Worm.Xanax may cause a sluggish performance of your computer because after the execution, it will infect several files in Windows directory. We recommend to remove Email-Worm.Xanax from your machine as soon as possible.
VirTool.UPXScrambler is designed to scramble UPX (Ultimate Packer for eXecutables) in order to delude various anti-virus applications by not allowing them to analyze what is inside the file. VirTool.UPXScrambler usually is used by malware and virus creators. VirTool.UPXScrambler should be removed as soon as possible.
Email-Worm.Scrambler is a hazardous worm that spreads widely by email or via IRC. Email-Worm.Scrambler arrives in an email and usually has the following subject line: “Check this out, it’s funny! “. Once executed, Scrambler will propagate itself to all the addresses found on your PC and will begin sending infected files to IRC channels. In addition, Email-Worm.Scrambler will generate the phrase “Today, I’m going to scramble your mind” on your startup by changing some settings in Windows directory.
Trojan.Imiserv is a Trojan program that includes backdoor capabilities. Usually, it secretly creeps onto your system through browser security exploits and other unethical mechanisms. Once executed, Trojan.Imiserv will collect all your personal and financial data (including banking passwords) stored onto your PC and then send it to a remote attacker. This places any personal or financial information stored on your machine in severe jeopardy and represents a serious security risk, therefore we recommend to remove Trojan.Imiserv immediately.
This main function of this parasite is presenting the user with numerous popup advertisements. Once on your machine, Adware.DropSpam will embed banners into websites and certain elements of Windows interface. Additionally, it will monitor and analyze your browsing habits in order to better match the advertisements it displays to your taste. While doing this, the program will consume significant amounts of system resources which will cause system instability and reduced Internet speed.
This adware application is designed to flood the user with numerous popup advertisements. It can also monitor and analyze your browsing habits in order to present you with advertisements to which you will be more likely to respond. While active the program consumes significant amounts of memory, bandwidth and CPU time which leads to decreasing Internet speed and poor overall system performance.
This program is designed to create advanced queries to various search engines in order to maximize search accuracy while looking for illegal material, such as serial numbers, cracks or keygens. Software programs found with the help of this application are often bundled with various spyware or adware programs. This may then lead to loss of sensitive information and degraded system performance.
MultiPassRecover is a program designed to retrieve passwords stored in various applications (such as email clients or Internet browsers). The presence of this program on your computer may lead to loss of your locally stored login information to important online resources, such as banking systems and others.
This is a fake registry repair tool. The program is designed to present the user with non-existent registry related problems, such as corrupted, outdated or erroneous keys. After that, it will suggest the user to purchase the full version that will allegedly rid the system of the detected “problems”. In addition to fake registry scanning reports, the program is known to generate system instability and crashes.
This is a malicious spyware application, it is designed to infect your computer via email, through software security holes or other unconventional methods. Once on your machine it will embed itself in the system by copying its files to Windows system folders and adding certain keys to the registry. Afterwards the trojan will begin downloading additional spyware and adware applications onto your machine. This will cause ever-increasing instability, annoying pop-ups and a high risk of loss of sensitive data.
Trojan.BHO.d is designed to covertly infect your system (it is usually presented as a Browser Helper Object), generate numerous popup advertisements and redirect your browser to specific websites based on your browsing habits.
Trojan.Small.of is a Trojan horse application. Its primary function is to infect your machine, incorporating itself into your system (by placing its files in core Windows directories) and opening up a backdoor, through which a number of additional malicious programs will be downloaded onto your computer. This will result in severely decreased system performance due to multiple infections, continuously appearing popup adverts and a significant risk of loss of sensitive data.
Trojan.BHO.es is a parasite that is installed on your system as a Browser Helper Object. After it is installed, it will flood you with numerous popup adverts. Alongside that, it will monitor your Internet browsing preferences in order to better match the advertisements it displays to your taste. While active, the program consumes large amounts of memory and bandwidth which results in decreased system performance and Internet speed.
Trojan-Downloader.Agent.RE is designed to infect your computer via email, through security holes in your browser or via other unethical methods. Afterwards, it will embed itself in your system by copying its files to core system folders and creating additional registry keys in order to be launched on Windows startup. When the installation phase is complete, the parasite will proceed with its malevolent activity: it will begin downloading various spyware and adware applications onto your machine thereby causing extensive damage in the form of multiple infections that will target your sensitive information, generating popup adverts and consuming large amounts of system resources.
Trojan-Downloader.Agent.bnd is a malware program. It infect your PC via email, or thru security holes in your software. Once on your machine it will copy some of its files to the system directory and add several keys to the registry in order to be launched whenever Windows start up. Finally the parasite will open up a conduit through which it will download additional adware and spyware onto the system. Infections with Trojan-Downloader.Agent.bnd place any sensitive information available on your computer at great risk.