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Trojan.GenericKDZ.14575

To keep your Windows guarded against Trojan.GenericKDZ.14575 is exceptionally important because this malicious computer infection could jeopardize the running of your computer and enable various security vulnerabilities. According to the researchers at Anti-Spyware-101.com, the malicious Trojan works alongside the RedKit Exploit Kit. The clandestine infection may enter your personal computer through a number of different security gaps and cracks. Some of the most common of them are social engineering scams, bundled downloads, spam email attachments or misleading advertisement. Read more »

Trojan:Win32/Sirefef

It is important to keep the operating Windows system guarded against Trojan:Win32/Sirefef, a malicious computer infection which is better by the name ZeroAccess Rootkit. The clandestine program has been designed and distributed by schemers to open security backdoors for various malicious processes. The clandestine threat can hide from detection and removal with the help of active rootkit components. Since the threat runs secretly, you may overlook secondary spyware infiltration and private data theft. Read more »

Trojan-BNK.Win32.Keylogger.gen

Trojan-BNK.Win32.Keylogger.gen is a fake alert that displays fake security warnings on your computer screen in order to make you download fake antivirus program (else known as rogue antispyware). The infection makes it seem as though your computer is seriously plagued by dangerous threats and so you are pushed into downloading another fake application, that tries to steal your money. In fact, Trojan-BNK.Win32.Keylogger.gen does not even exist. It is a name you encounter on the fake notification sent to you by one of the Braviax multirogues. The appearance of this fake notification means that you have malware on your computer, and you should remove Trojan-BNK.Win32.Keylogger.gen and all the other infections related to it immediately. Read more »

VirTool:MSIL/Injector.BK

VirTool:MSIL/Injector.BK is a highly dangerous computer infection  which can easily compromise unprotected operating systems. If you do not have a reliable anti-virus program, a single click on a suspicious link or a download of some application may lead to the execution of VirTool:MSIL/Injector.BK. The Trojan horse has tens of harmful components, some of which bears randomly generated names, while some others may resemble the names of legitimate files. Nevertheless, VirTool:MSIL/Injector.BK has to be removed from the computer if you are certain that it is present within the system. Read more »

Trojan.Llac

Trojan.Llac is a family of clandestine Windows Trojans which are capable of various malignant tasks within your unguarded operating system. Some of the most notable versions from the group include Trojan.Llac.es, Trojan.Llac.bdm, Trojan.Llac.bkm and Trojan.Llac.ddg; however tens of others are equally as clandestine and dangerous. The malicious Trojan has been developed by schemers to act as a backdoor and malware dropper, which means that this and secondary infections could be used to perform various tasks endangering your personal virtual security. According to researchers at Anti-Spyware-101.com, the malicious infection is most dangerous because of its abilities to hijack your personal accounts and spread malware using your own name. Luckily, we can help you remove Trojan.Llac. Read more »

Trojan.fakealert

Trojan.fakealert is a Trojan infection which can drastically change the performance of your computer. You will find various pop-up notifications, reports about fake errors, and other system impairments. The threat usually gets to the computer via corrupted websites, malicious links and other methods of social engineering. If you know that Trojan.fakealert is on your PC, it is likely that your security tool has detected it but is unable to delete it. In this case, you should use SpyHunter which will easily remove this cunning infection. Read more »

Trojan JS/IframeRef.k

Trojan JS/IframeRef.k is a new computer infection which is known as a malicious IFrame which is embedded into another HTML document on some websites. Typically, such components are used to add some additional content such as advertisements into a preferred web page. Usually, it has its own scrollbar. Moreover, if necessary, the content of the embedded IFrame can be changed which is possible because of JavaScript. The major purpose of Trojan JS/IframeRef.k is to redirect computer users to harmful files containing malware. If Trojan JS/IframeRef.k has not caused any malfunctions of the system yet, you may not be aware that it is present within the system, which is why it is important to keep the operating system protected against various types of spyware and malware. Read more »

Mal/Badsrc-C

Mal/Badsrc-C is an infection else detected as Trojan:JS/Aseljo.A or Trojan.Asprox.D. This malware is found within a specific Javascript that is contained in web pages. There are quite a few ways for this Javascript Trojan to get into the target webpages. Quite often it gets injected into an HTML page through an SQL injection attack, it means that whoever attacks the website, attempts to exploit the security vulnerabilities found in the website's setup. What is more, Mal/Badsrc-C may be simply waiting on a corrupted website for its victims. Once you land on a particular infected website you are redirected to other corrupted web pages and eventually this way you get exposed to further malicious infections. Read more »

lollipop.exe

Have you discovered lollipop.exe running on your Task Manager? Then do not mistake it for a legitimate Windows component. This malicious file is a product of cyber criminals, and it has been dropped onto the system to perform various malignant processes. As research shows, the clandestine executable could be used by Trojans, adware, rogue security software, exploits and other dangerous applications. Needless to say, you should remove lollipop.exe from your computer; however, it is a must to understand that this file is only a fraction of the real problem which lies within the operating Windows system. Please continue reading to discover how to find/delete the executable and get rid of all system threats. Read more »

JS/Medfos.B

JS/Medfos.B is known as a JavaScript file that redirects the users while using such search engines as Google, Yahoo, Bing and others. The threat is attributed to Trojan:Win/Medfos.B which is believed to install the threat in question. The unwanted file will appear on the Extensions list on Google Chrome. If you are experiencing redirection, you should immediately remove JS/Medfos.B from the PC and the browser in order to prevent the damage that might be caused when browsing the suspicious websites to which you are redirected. Read more »