Spyware Protection 2010

Spyware Protection 2010 Description

ScreenshotSpyware Protection 2010 is a rogue antispyware program that poses a severe threat to PC security. Spyware Protection 2010 enters a compromised computer after users visit malicious websites or when downloading executable files from corrupt file-sharing networks. SpywareProtection2010 can also enter a computer after it has convinced computer users that it is a legitimate anti-spyware application. Spyware Protection 2010 promotes itself as an anti-virus tool by flashing bogus alert messages telling users that the computer is experiencing security threats. Spyware Protection 2010 will offer to remove the supposed threats on condition that a registered version is purchased. Spyware Protection 2010 slows down the computer's performance due to the operation being carried by rogue program in the background. Spyware Protection 2010 may also connect to a remote host and download potentially unwanted applications on the system. Spyware Protection 2010 also tries to attack the antivirus application already on the machine and may even disable it to prevent detection. Spyware Protection 2010 is very dangerous and should be removed without hesitation.

Aliases: W32/CodePack.ABT!tr [Fortinet], Trojan-Downloader.Win32.CodecPack [Ikarus], Mal/FakeAV-GX [Sophos], TrojWare.Win32.Kryptik.VC [Comodo], Trojan.Agent/Gen-FrauderX, Win32:FakeAlert-VS [Avast], W32/FakeAlert.JO2.gen!Eldorado [F-Prot], Trojan.Generic.KDV.110606, High Risk Cloaked Malware, Win32/Renos.H!generic [eTrust-Vet], Trojan-Downloader:W32/Renos.GTB [F-Secure], Trojan.Generic.KDV.100818 [BitDefender], BC.Heuristic.Trojan.SusPacked.BF-6.A [ClamAV], Cryptic.BTQ [AVG] and Gen.Variant.Buzy [Ikarus].

Technical Information

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File System Details

Spyware Protection 2010 creates the following file(s):
# File Name Size MD5 Detection Count
1 %APPDATA%\56213\bbzzkzz17.exe 3,849,216 dc6aa38f328b7e6183742a00e38152e1 18
2 %ALLUSERSPROFILE%TxIgLSBpYUyoPp.exe 468,992 5a1f46e2d721c3765648efe48b517932 12
3 %APPDATA%defender.exe 1,782,784 40e6605b2f18444b0442cc11faa64b45 9
4 %APPDATA%\AntiVirus Studio 2010\securitymanager.exe 72,704 f7657c8b8ab3402e9f63f3ae38ce0f28 2
5 %APPDATA%dwm.exe 140,800 fb194e79ec2e373d7fc2570184801572 2
6 %WINDIR%Txocib.exe 217,088 701230b6f36b1dc8beb3ce10d646ebdb 2
7 %WINDIR%\TEMP\Ncc.exe 214,528 f6931f95bcf8f9b47dc66fbf8d5be42e 1
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