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wuauclt.exe

wuauclt.exe is a system process that originally is designed to search for operating system updates at Windows website. wuauclt.exe stays resident in the background and may be seen on Task Manager process list. The original wuauclt.exe is stored on C:\Windows\System32, but if you notice it placed in a different location, you should strongly consider taking action, since wuauclt.exe may be a disguised Trojan, worm or a virus. If this is the case, we strongly recommend you to scan your computer for possible malware infections. Read more »

Trojan - Win32/Qoologic

Trojan - Win32/Qoologic is a Trojan name displayed in the misleading warning alert that is generated by a Trojan. Usually, the Trojan is downloaded and installed onto your machine together with a fake video codec, often found in porno websites, or under other dubious circumstances. Once executed, it will display the following message: Read more »

Trojan-Downloader.Adload.pd

Trojan-Downloader.Adload.pd is a malicious Trojan program that generates FAKE warning messages in its attempts to deceive users into purchasing the rogue anti-spyware application called Files Secure. Trojan-Downloader.Adload.pd usually gets into the system bundled with fake video codecs that are often found in porno websites. Once installed, Trojan-Downloader.Adload.pd will bombard you with hundreds of fake alerts stating that your computer has been infected with various nasty Read more »

Trojan.Win32.Agent.akk

Trojan.Win32.Agent.akk is a Trojan program that is displayed in the Warning message that looks similar to a Windows notification. Most often it is generated and displayed by a Trojan called Zlob that usually gets into your system through browser security exploits or bundled with fake video codecs. Read more »

Trojan.Win32.Obfuscated.gx

Trojan.Win32.Obfuscated.gx is a Trojan name displayed in the misleading Warning alert that is generated by a Trojan Zlob program. Usually, Trojan Zlob is downloaded and installed onto your machine together with a fake video codec, often found in porno websites, or under other dubious circumstances. Once executed, it will display the following message: Read more »

Trojan.Win32.LinkReplacer

Trojan.Win32.LinkReplacer is a fake Warning message that reports a spyware infection only to trick you into purchasing a rogue anti-spyware application, which at the moment is IEDefender . Read more »

AntiSpyPro

AntiSpyPro is a rogue anti-spyware application that is usually downloaded and installed by a Trojan Zlob parasite. The Trojan program most often gets into the system bundled with a fake video codec or under other dubious circumstances. Once executed, it will download and install the BHO into your Internet Explorer that will hijack your Google and Yahoo search results and display false notifications claiming that your system is in serious danger and offering you to download a "reliable" anti-spyware application AntiSpyPro. However, in reality AntiSpyPro will not clean your system but might actually expose your PC to more serious threats. Read more »

Worm.Win32.Sober

Worm.Win32.Sober is a fake warning message designed to deceive you into buying the rogue IEDefender application. Notice, that Worm.Win32.Sober is a non-existent Trojan name that is used only to confuse and threaten internet users and to empty their pockets. Read more »

IEDefender

IEDefender is labeled as a rogue anti-spyware program because of its aggressive, deceptive advertising methods. Even though the IEDefender scans for malware, its advertising tricks you into purchasing the program by presenting you with intrusive, deceptive warnings. Read more »

SystemDefender

SystemDefender is a rogue PC security application that pops up a fake notification to make you believe that your computer is infected with spyware. It can be easy to fall for the vicious and clever lies of rogue security tools such as SystemDefender. This rogue security tool was designed to trick users into believing it to be a genuine security tool, and to part with their money for this worthless software. Despite what SystemDefender might like its victims to believe, it does not own the ability to detect, quarantine or remove any type of infection and certainly cannot protect the system against any type of threat. Read more »