Every day new computer threats threaten and harm computers around the world. Many computer threats including viruses, adware, trojans, rogue anti-spyware programs and other malware can be installed onto your computer without your knowledge, potentially damaging files on your hard drive. Our threat database provides you with detailed threat analysis on different types of computer threats to help you understand how to remove and avoid them.
Our threat database is updated on a continual basis to provide our users with information specific to threats affecting their computer. Each day our threat research team analyzes data from a wide array of threat types. Here computer users are able to decipher types of well-known threats as well as new and emerging harmful software. The information on the threat database provides data to detect and remove all known types of malware threats.
Najbolj trendi zlonamerne programske opreme v zadnjih dveh tednih
|Ime grožnje||Stopnja grožnje||Vzdevek||Število zaznav||Datum|
|Newsbreak.com||N/A||N/A||February 3, 2020|
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|Advanced Persistent Threat (APT)||An Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) is a computer threat actor, most often operated or sponsored by nation-states. The aim of these groups aims at unauthorized access to computer networks for extended periods. The term may also be used...|
|Adware||Adware or advertising-supported software is any software package that automatically plays, displays or downloads advertisements to a computer after the software is installed on it or while the application is being used. Some types of...|
|AOL Parasites||An AOL parasite is a malicious computer program designed to harm users of specific America Online software, especially AOL Instant Messenger (or AIM). It can also affect users of different applications such as ICQ messenger. An AOL...|
|Backdoors||A backdoor (also known as a trap door or wormhole) in a computer system is a method of bypassing normal authentication, securing remote access to a computer, obtaining access to plaintext while attempting to remain undetected. This...|
|Browser Helper Object|
|Browser Hijackers||A browser hijacker (sometimes called hijackware) is a type of malware program that alters your computer’s browser settings so that you are redirected to Web sites that you had no intention of visiting. Some browser hijacking can be...|
|Browser Plugins||Browser plugins (sometimes called plugins, plug-ins, addin, add-in, addon, add-on, snap-in or snapin) are additional pieces of software that add extra capabilities to your web browser, such as the ability to view movies, run Java...|
|Dialers||A dialer (US) or dialler (UK) is an electronic device that is connected to a telephone line in order to monitor the dialed numbers and alter them to seamlessly provide services that otherwise require lengthy access codes to be dialed. A...|
|Fake Error Messages||Fake warning messages (sometimes referred to as fake error messages or fake security alerts), are deceptive notifications that usually appear in the form of pop-ups and/or a web page. These fake error messages are known to be associated...|
|Fake Warning Messages|
|Flooders||Flooders are malicious programs that attempt to overload a connection by sending various intrusive attacks, in order to make a computer resource unavailable to its intended user. Examples of the various attacks implemented to...|
|Keyloggers||Keystroke logging (often called keylogging) is the practice of noting (or logging) the keys struck on a keyboard. There are currently two types of keylogging methods, hardware and software based. Hardware key loggers are...|
|Mail Bombers||In Internet usage, mail bombers (or e-mail bombers) are those that perpetrate a form of net abuse consisting of sending large volumes of e-mails to an address in an attempt to overflow the mailbox or overwhelm the server where the email...|
|Malicious Websites||Malicious websites are described as multiple, overlapping browser windows, some of which contain no indication of their origins. An attacker could arrange windows in such a way as to trick you into believing that an unidentified dialog...|
|Malware||Malware (or malicious software) is software designed to infiltrate or damage a computer system without the owner’s informed consent. The expression is a general term used by computer professionals to mean a variety of forms of hostile,...|
|Misleading Programs||Misleading programs or applications intentionally misrepresent the security status of a computer. Misleading programs attempt to convince you that potential malware or security risks (usually nonexistent or fake) are infecting your...|
|Network Management Tools||Network management refers to the activities, methods, procedures and tools that pertain to the operation, administration, maintenance and provisioning of networked systems. Operation deals with keeping the network (and the services...|
|Nukers||A nuker is a malicious computer program similar to a Trojan that carries a destructive payload, thus its namesake. A nuker affects overall computer performance, Internet connection speed and attempts to severely damage or totally destroy...|
|Phishing||Phishing (pronounced 'fishing') is an online attack strategy used by cybercriminals to deceptively gather or collect data. Stolen data could then be used to breach the security of online accounts, hack into websites, or aid in targeted...|
|Potentially Unwanted Programs||The Internet is filled with free programs and tools making promises they fall short of, or that once installed performs unwanted acts. Potentially Unwanted Programs, also known as Possibly Unwanted Programs or PUPs, are scattered...|
|Ransomware||In the real world, when you hear the word ransom, you immediately think someone or something is being held hostage until demands are met, which is usually in the form of a payment. The same holds true virally or in cyberspace. Ransomware...|
|Remote Administration Tools||A Remote Administration Tool (known more commonly on the Internet as a RAT) is used to remotely connect and manage single or multiple computers with a variety of tools such as: Screen/camera capture and control. File management...|
|Rogue Anti-Spyware Program||Rogue anti-spyware (or rogue security software) is an application that uses malware or malicious tools to advertise or install itself or to force computer users to pay for removal of nonexistent infections. Rogue anti-spyware will often...|
|Rogue Anti-Virus Program||A rogue anti-virus program is a type of computer parasite not unlike that of a Trojan horse virus. Rogue anti-virus programs are typically installed onto your computer system due to web-surfing activities and the acceptance of...|
|Rogue Defragmenter Program|
|Rogue Registry Cleaner||Rogue registry cleaners deceive you into thinking they are capable of fixing and cleaning your computer’s registry. Rogue Registry Cleaners use misleading security alerts and bogus registry scans as a method to get you to purchase the...|
|Rootkits||A rootkit is a software system that consists of a program or combination of several programs designed to hide or obscure the fact that a computer system has been compromised. Contrary to what its name implies a rootkit does not grant you...|
|Sniffers||A sniffer (also known as a packet or network analyzer, or for particular types of networks, an Ethernet sniffer or wireless sniffer) is computer software or computer hardware that can intercept and log traffic passing over a digital...|
|Spam||Spam is the abuse of electronic messaging systems to send unsolicited bulk messages indiscriminately. While the most widely recognized form of spam is e-mail spam, the term is applied to similar abuses in other media: instant messaging...|
|Spyware||Spyware is computer software that is installed surreptitiously on a personal computer to collect information about a user, their computer or browsing habits without the user’s informed consent. However, while the term spyware suggests...|
|Stealers||A Stealer is a Trojan horse type of malware that is known to collect information from an infected computer. Hackers and cybercrooks commonly utilize the data collected by a Stealer to access online accounts. Such data collected by...|
|Trojan Downloader||A Trojan downloader is usually a standalone program that attempts to secretly download and run other files from remote web and ftp sites. Typically Trojan downloaders download a numerous variety of Trojans and backdoors and activate them...|
|Trojans||The Trojan horse, also known as Trojan, in the context of computing and software, describes a class of computer threats (malware) that appears to perform a desirable function but in fact performs undisclosed malicious functions. These...|
|Viruses||A computer virus is a computer program that can copy itself and infect a computer without the permission or knowledge of the owner. The term “virus” is also commonly but erroneously used to refer to other types of adware, malware and...|
|Vulnerability||A vulnerability threat is not necessarily a malicious application but a process or series of actions that hackers may leverage or take advantage of to attack a computer or server. Vulnerabilities are commonly discovered by hackers and...|
|Worms||A computer worm is a self-replicating computer program. It uses a network to send copies of itself to other nodes (computers on the network) and it may do so without any user intervention. Unlike a virus, it does not need to attach...|