XRJ Antivirus

XRJ Antivirus Description

XRJ Antivirus aka XRJAntivirus is a fake security application. XRJ Antivirus is spread by Trojans. When inside a machine, XRJ Antivirus will display fake scanners, security alerts and pop-up warnings all claiming that the system is infected with malware that can only be removed with the "full version" of XRJ Antivirus. Do not fall for this scam; XRJ Antivirus is not able to detect or remove real malware.

Aliases: WindowsAntivirusPro [Symantec], Trojan.Win32.Generic.pak!cobra [Sunbelt], RogueAntiSpyware.WindowsAntivirusPro, Suspicious file [Panda], Trojan:Win32/FakeScanti [Microsoft], Artemis!6830C3F57191 [McAfee-GW-Edition], Suspicious:W32/Malware!Gemini [F-Secure], Trojan.Siggen1.26839 [DrWeb], SHeur3.YUE [AVG], Win32:Malware-gen [Avast], W32/FakeAlert.FY.gen!Eldorado [Authentium], Malware/Win32.Heur.h7 [AhnLab-V3], Mal/FakeAV-CZ [Sophos], W32/Obfuscated.AI!genr and Win32/Rogue.BWShield2s_i [eTrust-Vet].

Technical Information

File System Details

XRJ Antivirus creates the following file(s):
# File Name Size MD5 Detection Count
1 windows_defender.exe 77,832 6830c3f5719101f39f29e5804e92cc1e 1
2 svchost.exe 46,592 e8ea8e323572097e9e47040f21e2af1b 0
3 pofolehe.dll 66,560 7acab335571816efe214059d00ed059f 0
4 p2947[1].exe 66,560 e6490f725b8c9a0bee2d1ad92baab141 0
5 adc_w32.dll 232,448 57346aa2b03223197c53a557e68687ed 0
6 alggui.exe 54,784 f052b2f16032a9bc9a7f923649ba06b9 0

Registry Details

XRJ Antivirus creates the following registry entry or registry entries:
Directory
%ProgramFiles%\XJR Antivirus

More Details on XRJ Antivirus

The following messages associated with XRJ Antivirus were found:
Security Warning

Malicious programs that may steal your private information and prevent your system from working properly are detected on your computer. Clear here to clean your PC immediately.

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