Backdoor.Win32.Flashdor is a backdoor Trojan that creates a start up registry entry once it has infiltrated a system. Backdoor.Win32.Flashdor is able to enter a system without a users' permission and unnoticeably run in the background of the system. Backdoor.Win32.Flashdor can give a remote attacker unauthorized access and control of a system. A remote attacker may also use Backdoor.Win32.Flashdor to install more malicious infections onto a PC in order to perform malicious activities, such as steal a victim's private data.

Posted on December 4, 2009 in Backdoors


Bloodhound.W32.1 is a file infecting worm that may hinder the performance of a computer system. Once Bloodhound.W32.1 has accessed a system it may locate itself in the system memory and begin to spread through existing shared networks. Bloodhound.W32.1 may download other dangerous parasites onto a compromised PC. If you detect Bloodhound.W32.1 on your PC, remove it as soon as possible.

Posted on December 4, 2009 in Worms


AntiKeep screenshot

AntiKeep is a fake anti-spyware program that comes from the family. AntiKeep's family hosts other rogue security programs such as AntiKeep uses similar methods as those rogues to persuade computer users into purchasing a full version of AntiKeep. Usually these actions include displaying bogus popup warning messages and returning several falsified system scan results. AntiKeep is not a trusted security program and does not have the ability to detect or remove legitimate spyware parasites. It is highly suggested that AntiKeep be detected and removed with a trusted spyware detection tool.

Posted on December 3, 2009 in Rogue Anti-Spyware Program is a malicious website that is known to advertise and sell the rogue application Antivirus System PRO. adds to the confusion that rogue anti-spyware programs such as Antivirus System PRO present. All of the descriptions and wording on cannot be trusted. was created by hackers to further spread and sell fake security programs. can ultimately lead to the installation of a dangerous application that can cause damage to your system. Avoid at all costs.

Posted on December 3, 2009 in Rogue Websites


Virus.Win32.Hala.a is a computer worm that is able to open up the infected system to outside attackers. Virus.Win32.Hala.a can ultimately compromise personal data stored on the hard drive of an infected computer. Virus.Win32.Hala.a may also populate the system registry with malicious entries that boot upon startup of Windows making it very difficult to manually detect and remove Virus.Win32.Hala.a completely. Virus.Win32.Hala.a could be related to the rogue anti-spyware program Additional Guard.

Posted on December 3, 2009 in Worms

'The file UdaterUI.exe is infected' Warning Popup

"The file UdaterUI.exe is infected" Warning Popup is a misleading and fake popup notification that comes from the rogue anti-spyware program called System Security. System Security, once installed, will display similar messages to that of "The file UdaterUI.exe is infected" Warning Popup to make you think that you need to download and purchase System Security to remove an infection. Not only does System Security not have the ability to remove parasites, but it cannot detected them either so any parasite infection warning messages displayed are fabricated.

Posted on December 3, 2009 in Fake Error Messages is a malicious browser hijacker. The site may promote and sell the Antivirus System PRO rogue anti-spyware program which can cause damages to the system that it is installed on. Antivirus System PRO and are all part of a scam to force computer users into buying something that does not provide any useful functions on their PC. It is best to avoid and remove any parasites associated with this dangerous website.

Posted on December 3, 2009 in Browser Hijackers


BrowserModifier.BaiduSobar is an adware program that can display many misleading messages that can lead to the installation of other parasites. BrowserModifier.BaiduSobar may change settings of web browsers and cause your system to function improperly without your actions. It is essential that BrowserModifier.BaiduSobar be detected and removed with a trustworthy spyware removal tool.

Posted on December 3, 2009 in Adware

"Application can not be executed" Security Warning

"Application can not be executed" Security Warning is a bogus warning popup notification that usually comes from a Trojan horse or rogue anti-spyware program parasite installed on your computer. "Application can not be executed" Security Warning can be a clear indication that your system needs to be rid of a potentially damaging parasite. "Application can not be executed" Security Warning may also block legitimate anti-virus or anti-spyware programs from detecting other parasites which can lead to further damages.

Posted on December 3, 2009 in Fake Error Messages


TightVNC is a remote administration tool and is used for legitimate remote access purposes, but, under the wrong hands and combined with a worm or trojan, it can turn into a serious security threat. A worm or trojan infection can use TightVNC for malicious purposes such as remotely control and monitor an infected system without the user's consent. Once the remote administration tool has been successfully installed and launched by the worm or trojan, the user's machine is accessible to the remote hacker. TightVNC is not the malware infection, but if you're computer has been compromised it is advised that you detect and remove remote administration tools that have been used illegally.

Posted on December 2, 2009 in Remote Administration Tools


CasOnline is a possibly unwanted gambling application that is usually dispersed by numerous online casino technologies. CasOnline runs in the background of a system and makes regular communication with remote servers. CasOnline may also install arbitrary files onto the compromised PC. The manual un-installation of CasOnline may prove insufficient. A recognized security tool may be required to completely remove CasOnline and its files.

Posted on December 2, 2009 in Adware


Trojan.FakePowav is a trojan program designed to secretly download malware components or unwanted software onto a user's computer. Trojan.FakePowav may transmit personal information the user's consent and send it to a remote attacker. Trojan.FakePowav may launch automatically when the system is rebooted. It is strongly recommended that you remove Trojan.FakePowav to prevent a remote attacker from gaining access to your PC.

Posted on December 2, 2009 in Trojans


Email-Worm.Win32.Joleee.eja is a worm that is mainly distributed via infected e-mails. When Email-Worm.Win32.Joleee.eja is executed, it may copy itself into the system temporary folder. Email-Worm.Win32.Joleee.eja may also communicate with a remote server and download dangerous parasites onto a compromised machine. Remove Email-Worm.Win32.Joleee.eja immediately after it is detected to avoid further damage.

Posted on December 2, 2009 in Worms


Proxy-OSS.dll is a potentially unwanted program that may display random advertisements. Proxy-OSS.dll is a data gathering program that records users' browsing activities and collects their private information. Proxy-OSS.dll may enter a system via ActiveX control downloads or it can be dropped by other programs. An anti-spyware tool can detect and remove Proxy-OSS.dll.

Posted on December 2, 2009 in Adware


FraudTool.DeusCleaner.b, or Deus Cleaner, is a rogue anti-spyware program designed to display fake security messages to trick computer users into believing there's a spyware problem on their computer. FraudTool.DeusCleaner.b also uses bogus system scan results to make computer users think that they should purchase FraudTool.DeusCleaner.b to remove the spyware threats. FraudTool.DeusCleaner.b is incapable of deleting the spyware threats it alleges to have detected on its scanner. FraudTool.DeusCleaner.b will bombard the computer user with annoying and misleading popup notifications to force the computer user to purchase the full version of the program. If FraudTool.DeusCleaner.b exists on your PC, it is advised to download and install an anti-spyware program at once.

Posted on December 2, 2009 in Rogue Anti-Spyware Program