USBcillin

USBcillin Description

USBcillin is portrayed as a security tool for USB drives, and purportedly protects a computer from worms that spread via removable media devices. Vendors of this application claim that USBcillin blocks malicious autorun.inf processes. Not only does USBcillin not function as an anti-virus software, but it also alters various registry entries, causing system performance to degrade considerably. Remove USBcillin as soon as possible.

Aliases: USBcillin [Symantec], W32/AutoRun-AEC [Sophos], Medium Risk Malware, Artemis!1FE4FEF9E7CA [McAfee+Artemis], Virus.Win32.Trojan [Ikarus], Win32/VMalum.FNNJ [eTrust-Vet], Win32.USBcillin [eSafe] and Virus.Win32.Trojan!IK [a-squared].

Technical Information

File System Details

USBcillin creates the following file(s):
# File Name Size MD5
1 USBcillin.exe 131,072 1fe4fef9e7cac62075f79e7c09ff6a7a

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