Trojan.Banker-CIY is a malicious Trojan that belongs to the Banker Trojan family. Trojan.Banker-CIY may be secretly installed onto your system through browser security holes or via other nefarious mechanisms. Once executed, Trojan.Banker-CIY will monitor your searched keywords and will steal passwords to several major banking websites when you enter them in. Trojan.Banker-CIY will also provide the attacker with the details about your computer's hardware. Trojan.Banker-CIY opens up a huge security hole on your system and is a very serious threat to the security of your personally identifiable information. Trojan.Banker-CIY will affect your financial data as well by stealing your online banking passwords.

Posted on November 30, 2007 in Trojans is an email worm that is designed to deliver itself as a spam email attachment. Once executed on your machine, the worm will use rootkit methods in order to avoid detection. Such methods are very tricky and may corrupt the legitimate control of an operating system and may hide running processes, system data or files from the user. will seek to add your machine to an IRC Botnet, and will then use your PC's resources to send spam emails to your contacts and any email addresses that can be found on your PC.

Posted on November 30, 2007 in Worms


Porn-Dialer.GBDialer is a nasty pornographic dialer. Once installed on your system, Porn-Dialer.GBDialer will disconnect you from your dial-up ISP and reconnect you via an extremely expensive telephone number. As a result you'll receive a huge phone bill. Porn-Dialer.GBDialer is reported to intentionally lead you to pornographic websites.

Posted on November 30, 2007 in Dialers is a malicious program that infects victim's computer through spam email attachments. may be also installed through ActiveX security holes and other illegal mechanisms. Once installed, will stealthily send spam emails to any email addresses that it can locate on your PC.

Posted on November 30, 2007 in Spyware


Worm.StormWorm is an extremely dangerous and rather intelligent worm. Worm.StormWorm can be very difficult to manually remove from your machine once you have caught it. Worm.StormWorm is designed to distribute itself via e-mail message that contains misleading content and a link to an electronic greeting card, postcard, news video, or similar content. Once the link in the message is pressed, Worm.StormWorm will employ the security holes on your browser to secretly install itself on your machine and await further instructions. Worm.StormWorm is reported to slow down your Internet speed.

Posted on November 30, 2007 in Worms


Trojan.Zbot is a fairly generic backdoor Trojan infection that is closely linked to Mal/VB-AER and the Zeus Trojan, one of the most infamous malware infections. Since 2007, Trojan.Zbot has made headlines when Trojan.Zbot was used to infiltrate and steal information from the Transportation Department of the United States. Since March of 2009, Trojan.Zbot and the Zeus Trojan became widespread, infecting millions of computer from all around the world. ESG security researchers detected thousands of FTP servers of some of the most popular websites that were infected with the Zeus Trojan and Trojan.Zbot. Malware analysts estimate that the botnets associated with Trojan.Zbot cost billions of dollars every year and that a large percentage of phishing messages on Facebook and in spam emails are sent in order to spread malware associated with...

Posted on November 30, 2007 in Trojans


Trojan.Peed.INS is created to infect your machine and open a conduit by which large amounts of adware and spyware can be secretly imported to your PC. Trojan.Peed.INS will also open up a large security hole on your system and will cause a serious threat to the security of your personal and financial information.

Posted on November 30, 2007 in Trojans


Trojan.Agent.cej is a backdoor Trojan application that creeps into the system with the help of other Trojans, through browser security exploits, or under other dubious circumstances. Once executed, Trojan.Agent.cej will copy itself to the Windows root directory so it could be launched every time the user turns his computer on. Trojan.Agent.cej will open up numerous backdoor security holes, allowing the remote attackers to control your computer, execute programs, download additional malware, and steal confidential personal data and credit card information. Trojan.Agent.cej is a severe threat to the safety and security of your personal and financial data, and should be removed immediately.

Posted on November 30, 2007 in Trojans


Backdoor.Padodor a is a backdoor Trojan that is designed to obtain unauthorized access to user's machine. Usually, Backdoor.Padodor gets into your system through browser security exploits or other illicit and unethical mechanisms. Once executed, Backdoor.Padodor will hide itself deeply in the system and work in the background. Backdoor.Padodor may exploit vulnerabilities of installed programs or operating system and allow the remote attacker to gain full control over your PC. Backdoor.Padodor is a serious threat to the security of your machine; therefore we recommend to remove it as soon as possible.

Posted on November 30, 2007 in Backdoors


Crypt.Morphine is a Trojan program that installs itself on your machine through web browser exploits or bundled with other parasites. Once installed on your machine, Crypt.Morphine will scan and record all your passwords and banking information, including your credit card numbers. Crypt.Morphine poses a serious security risk to your financial information; therefore it is recommended to remove Crypt.Morphine as soon as it has been detected.

Posted on November 30, 2007 in Trojans


Adware.AntiSpamBoy is an adware application, which is designed to bombard users with irritating popup advertisements. Usually, Adware.AntiSpamBoy secretly installs itself through browser security exploits or via other unethical mechanisms. Once executed, Adware.AntiSpamBoy will generate hundreds of annoying popup adverts based on your browsing habits. Adware.AntiSpamBoy may also connect to the Internet, download, and then install additional malware.

Posted on November 30, 2007 in Adware

Trojan Detected! Popup

"Trojan Detected!" Popup is a fake security alert by the rogue anti-spyware WinPC Antivirus. The "Trojan Detected!" Popup notification claims that the user's computer is infected with a Trojan virus and promotes the WinPC Antivirus application to remove the false infection. The "Trojan Detected!" Popup text reads: Trojan Detected! A piece of malicious code was found in your system. It may replicate itself if no action is taken. Click here to have your system cleaned by WinPC Antivirus." The user will automatically install the rogue anti-spyware WinPC Antivirus application if they click on the "Trojan Detected!" Popup alert. The users PC will then be inundated with additional fake alerts and pop-ups.

Posted on November 29, 2007 in Fake Error Messages


Adware.Win32.BHO.ah installs a component called Browser Helper Object (BHO). Browser Helper Objects are designed as a plugin for Microsoft's Internet Explorer web browser to provide added functionality, and because BHOs have unrestricted access to the Internet Explorer event model, some forms of malware have also been created as BHOs. This can lead to a BHO activating upon detecting a secure HTTP connection to a financial institution, record the user's keystrokes (intending to capture passwords) and transmit the information to suspicious website.

Posted on November 20, 2007 in Adware

MSA Security Center

MSA Security Center is a rogue malware application which fraudulently presents itself as a security suite program. MSA Security Center can install itself onto the user's PC without their knowledge or consent. MSA Security Center comes installed and bundled with infected programs and Trojans. MSA Security Center will generate fake pop-up ads and alerts in order to persuade the user into purchasing the full paid version of the rogue application. MSA Security Center can also cause a slow down in the PC's performance.

Posted on November 17, 2007 in Malware

ICQ Hacker

ICQ Hacker is AOL spyware created by SeCToR-X, group War Industries 2000 in February, 2000. ICQ Hacker exploits the security vulnerabilitiesof AOL, aiming ICQ hacks and DoS attacks at AOL users. ICQ Hacker is also known to steal passwords and personal information data pertaining to AOL users and their messenger accounts (AIM).

Posted on November 15, 2007 in AOL Parasites