Threat Database Rogue Websites

By ZulaZuza in Rogue Websites A Website Selling a Fake Security Program is a website that is associated with Total Solution Antivirus, a clone of such rogue security programs as Total Protect, Total Protect Antivirus, Total Security and Total Protect 2011. Visitors to the are often taken there through the actions of a browser hijacker, particularly the Google Redirect Virus, also known as the Google Redirect Hijacker or the Redirecting Google Searches browser hijacker. ESG security researchers warn against visiting or downloading any of its content. This website is part of a well-known computer scam. If your browser is causing you to visit the website against your will, this is a sure sign that your computer has become infected with a dangerous browser hijacker. If you have visited the website, even if you did not download anything, ESG malware analysts recommend scanning your hard drives for malware infections. This website contains components that have been known to cause different malware problems on visitors' computers.

Rogue Security Programs and the Website

The website sells a fake anti-virus solution. These kinds of fake security programs have become quite common, since they first became widespread in the middle of the 2000's decade. Rogue security applications form the core of a well-known con that computer criminals and hackers use to take advantage of the average computer user's lack of computer security knowledge. Basically, these programs are designed so that they will fill up an infected computer with error messages and alarming security alerts. Rogue security programs also run fake scans of the infected computer, at every turn screaming at the victim that the computer is in severe trouble and that only the rogue security program can help solve it. Rogue security applications are distributed through websites that mimic legitimate anti-virus manufacturers' websites or that force a computer user to visit them through a browser hijacker, such as

Taking Measures to Protect Yourself from

You can take several steps to make sure that your computer does not fall prey to malware from First of all, make sure that you are using an anti-virus scanner and a firewall on your computer system. Then, make sure that it is updated to include the latest malware and infection databases. should show up on the blacklists of most of the leading anti-malware programs on the market. It is also essential to follow smart Internet browsing habits, such as staying away from suspect or unsafe websites.

File System Details may create the following file(s):
# File Name Detections
1. %AppData%\RtlDriver32.exe

Registry Details may create the following registry entry or registry entries:
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run "[RANDOM CHARACTERS]"


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