Tango Toolbar

Tango Toolbar Description

Tango Toolbar is a type malware that arrives in the form of a toolbar. Tango Toolbar typically spreads via peer-to-peer file sharing networks and disguises itself as a toolbar with a pop-up blocker, a built in search function and inline related keywords search. Tango Toolbar is able to surreptitiously enter a computer system and it is not that simple to manually remove. Once Tango Toolbar is inside a system it will redirect a user to advertising websites and display annoying pop-ups. Tango Toolbar also has spyware functionality therefore it should be removed with a decent anti-spyware application upon detection. Users should also note that Tango Toolbar is not related to the marketing company called Brand Tango.

Aliases: Suspicious file [Panda], W32/Refroso.AGEA!tr [Fortinet], Virus.Win32.VBInject [Ikarus], Trojan.Win32.Generic.5243E5C4, HeurEngine.MaliciousPacker, Trojan.Win32.Generic!BT [Sunbelt], Packed/Win32.Generic [AhnLab-V3], Medium Risk Malware, TR/Spy.135168.218 [AntiVir], Trojan.MulDrop1.52036 [DrWeb], Gen:Trojan.Heur.ZGY.5 [BitDefender], Win32.GenHeur.Zgy [eSafe], Packed.Generic.307 [Symantec], a variant of Win32/Injector.DNS [NOD32] and High Risk Fraudulent Security Program.

Technical Information

File System Details

Tango Toolbar creates the following file(s):
# File Name Size MD5 Detection Count
1 %APPDATA%\Microsoft\Windows\jnipmo.exe 679,936 535de0ebf1a3aa1d47e90be91f2397d1 143
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2 Comments

  • steve freeman :

    Norton Internet Security didn't detect it, nor make any effort to remove it. I spent an hour "chatting" with technical support @ Symantec. Their solution was for me to wade thru a 63 page manual or pay them an additional $99 for them to eradicate it.

    I had the idea that Symantec/Norton was watching for stuff like this, but apparently not.

    • brad:

      YOUR RIGHT, I GOT THAT TANGO/TOOLBAR & NORTON DIDNT STOP IT OR DO ANYTHING TO GET RID OF IT.

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