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Zlob

Zlob is a backdoor Trojan that allows attackers remote control over your computer. Zlob uses a remote connection which allows the attacker to perform malicious actions such as downloading and installing software without your consent. Zlob may also execute certain commands and manage the entire computer, leaving your computer exposed to further malware infection. Read more »

Xnxx

Xnxx is a webpage for adults that hosts various erotic and pornographic adult movies. Additionally xnxx links to other adult-related and not-related web pages. Although xnxx itself is malware free, websites that it links to might use various exploits to hijack Your computer. They might hijack Your personal data, browsing information, or even inject a trojan which will install latest Rogue-Antispyware software. Read more »

SpyFalcon

SpyFalcon is a malicious program disguised as a spyware protection program. SpyFalcon may take control of your computer and display a menacing security notification on your desktop suggesting that "the system has been stopped to protect you from Spyware" and directs to where you can purchase their software. SpyFalcon has created several SpyFalcon clones that have different spyware names but share the same behaviors; for example, Spysheriff, BraveSentry, Pest Trap, and SpywareStrike. Read more »

Atdmt

Atdmt is a tracking data mining cookie that stores information about your Internet surfing habits for marketing purposes. The information includes mostly visited websites, the pages on those websites you were interested in, search queries and advertisements you have clicked on. By using this data, atdmt sends targeted advertisemens. Read more »

Mediaplex

Mediaplex is a tracking cookie which is used to monitor your browsing habits. When this cookie is installed, whenever you go to a website, your Internet activity is logged and by looking at Mediaplex’s log file, it is possible to tell which pages you are visiting, how often you do it and in what sequence. The data on the websites you are visiting is not the only information Mediaplex can collect.

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WinSpy

WinSpy is a Remote Administration Tool, or RAT, that monitors files, Internet activities, network traffic, and keystrokes. If you detect ansmtp.dll on your computer, you may be infected with WinSpy spyware. WinSpy installs without your knowledge. An attacker who has access to your hard-drive, can install WinSpy in the startup folder and will run the next time you log in to your computer. The attacker will get a Web-based interface that displays reports of all your computer activities. Read more »