Trust Soldier

Trust Soldier Description

ScreenshotTrust Soldier (TrustSoldier) is a new rogue security application floating around the web. Trust Soldier belongs to the notorious family of TrustCop, TrustNinja, SecuritySoldier and many others. Trust Soldier is able to enter computer systems with the help of sneaky Trojans or through the exploitation of browser vulnerabilities.

A fake scan is run on a compromised computer once Trust Soldier has infiltrated it. Following the scan, various pop-ups and warning messages are displayed informing the users of a dangerous amount of computer infections on the PC. Do not be fooled, Trust Soldier has no malware detection or removal abilities and by no means should you purchase the full version of the program. Trust Soldier is a malicious threat that should be removed from your computer.

Technical Information

Screenshots & Other Imagery

Trust Soldier Image 1 Trust Soldier Image 2

File System Details

Trust Soldier creates the following file(s):
# File Name Size MD5
1 setup[1].exe 915,376 faf72f9dc313ded6801f44c23fe0078a
2 TrustSoldier.exe 831,488 34f4ab241298c3db00d3b0b332864660

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