Threat Database Trojans Exploit:HTML/Axpergle.N


By GoldSparrow in Trojans

Threat Scorecard

Threat Level: 90 % (High)
Infected Computers: 2
First Seen: July 27, 2015
Last Seen: January 25, 2020
OS(es) Affected: Windows

The Exploit:HTML/Axpergle.N alert is used security solutions to inform users of an attempted exploit of vulnerabilities in the Adobe Flash Player and Microsoft Silverlight software. The Exploit:HTML/Axpergle.N is part of the Angler Exploit Kit that is widely used by scammers and hackers to show misleading messages and install malware. The Exploit:HTML/Axpergle.N alert can be triggered by web-based attacks at CVE-2013-0074; CVE-2014-0497; CVE-2014-8439 and CVE-2015-0311 vulnerabilities. The Exploit:HTML/Axpergle.N threat detects what browser you are running and what version of Silverlight and Flash is installed on your system. The Exploit:HTML/Axpergle.N attack can allow hackers to install malware on your computer such as trojan droppers, viruses and ransomware. The Exploit:HTML/Axpergle.N threat can be utilized by attacker to introduce Rovnix, Xpiro and Reveton into your system and cause severe damages. The prevention tactics against successful attacks via Exploit:HTML/Axpergle.N include keeping your Microsoft Silverlight, Adobe Flash Player and Internet browser are up-to-date. Additionally, you might want to install a reliable anti-malware shield that can boost your cyber defenses and block web-based attacks via Exploit:HTML/Axpergle.N.


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