Threat Database Trojans Trojan.Win32.Cleaman.aj


By Domesticus in Trojans

Threat Scorecard

Ranking: 16,540
Threat Level: 90 % (High)
Infected Computers: 87
First Seen: January 28, 2013
Last Seen: July 14, 2023
OS(es) Affected: Windows

Trojan.Win32.Cleaman.aj is a Trojan that is used by attackers to spread bogus chrome updates that follow the legal release of updates of Google. Cybercrooks use bogus updates to fool victims into downloading and installing them on their computer systems on online websites that simulate to be from Google to steal online banking credentials. The fraudulent update messages takes affected PC users onto a specific website, which uses the original font of Google and shows the logo of Chrome. The maliciouswebsite that hosts Trojan.Win32.Cleaman.aj is linked to BlackHole/ZBot attacks. Cybercrooks strive to induce web users to download an .exe file called 'Update-Google-Chrome', seemingly connected with the banking Trojan called ZeuS, that obviously shows it's to guarantee the PC owner is secured via the latest update of the Interent browser.

File System Details

Trojan.Win32.Cleaman.aj may create the following file(s):
# File Name Detections
1. Update-Google-Chrome.exe


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