NewDotNet

NewDotNet Description

NewDotNet is a browser hijacker that redirects the user's web browser to rogue websites whenever a non-existent or incorrect site address is entered into the address bar. NewDotNet may monitor the user's browser activities and display pop-up advertisements. NewDotNet comes bundled with a number of commercial products. NewDotNet will run on every Windows startup.

Aliases: Aplicacion/NewDotnet, Adware.NDotNet [Symantec], NewDotNet [Sunbelt], Adware.NewDotNet.AX, Spyware/New [Panda], W32/NewDotNet.CIO, Trojan.Agent.90112.U [McAfee-GW-Edition], AdWare.Win32.NewDotNet [Ikarus], Misc/NDotNet [Fortinet], Adware.NewDotNet [DrWeb], Adware.NewDotNet.B-3 [ClamAV], Adware.Newdotnet.AE [BitDefender], Generic.GPR [AVG], Win32:Newdotnet-B [Avast] and AdWare/Win32.NewDotNet [Antiy-AVL].

Technical Information

File System Details

NewDotNet creates the following file(s):
# File Name Size MD5 Detection Count
1 NDNuninstall6_38.exe 50,688 77c92713297c1c8b4f4c01c170c2ba89 5
2 newdotnet6_38.dll 229,376 b8d2ea737777a3313a3b6fa5251fdc72 1
3 nncore.dll 507,904 85bb5e635787e454f85a70f74dfe8b1f 0
4 nnrun.exe 3,072 6e9661d77d7f3721807970dd30611a98 0
5 newdotnet7_48.dll 610,304 cf618ba6dc9914d1dea07bbfcf273fa4 0
6 newdotnet7_22.dll 614,400 fb75cc573d91162ca8d4746b6c57c1e8 0
7 nem220.dll 36,608 edc3bc97aa6ae2e2f0427cf269b4d757 0
8 NEWDOT~1.DLL 90,112 3a8098aa13c94e795fdb372554bb97c7 0
More files

Registry Details

NewDotNet creates the following registry entry or registry entries:
File name without path
NDNuninstall6_38.exe
newdotnet7_48.dll
CLSID
{4A2AACF3-ADF6-11D5-98A9-00E018981B9E}
{DD521A1D-1F98-11D4-9676-00E018981B9E}
Directory
%ProgramFiles%\NewDotNet
Uninstaller
New.net

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