Posted: July 22, 2011 | Category: Rogue Websites
The unlimdefender.com website is one of many that sell fake security application from the Unlimited Defender 2011 family. The fraudulent company that runs this small chain of reskinned websites charges high prices for security programs that don't detect or remove real infections, and may even make repeated charges after you give them your credit card number. Our SpywareRemove.com researchers have found that websites and rogue software that are linked to unlimdefender.com have been found to attack PCs by using advertisements and even try to fake infected system scan results. Do your best...


Posted: July 22, 2011 | Category: Rogue Websites
Screenshot Clean-security.com may want you to think that Clean-security.com and Clean-security.com's anti-spyware product are squeaky-clean, but our SpywareRemove.com malware research team has traced clean-security.com's history back to filth like fraudulent credit card charges, poor customer support, cloned software and fake infection alerts. Any attempts to make clean-security.com anti-spyware products work right will subject you to false security information and constant requests for money. Clean Security 2011 not only doesn't have threat-removal functions, but is also a clone of other...


Posted: July 22, 2011 | Category: Rogue Websites
Ultimate-guard.com is a mirror of other websites that market the same fake anti-spyware program , Ultimate Guard 2011. Although you will not hear so much as a peep from ultimate-guard.com about how their product fails to find or remove real spyware infections, our researchers have found it to be without any value as an anti-spyware utility. Contact with ultimate-guard.com, even without buying Ultimate Guard 2011, can also be dangerous, since the criminals behind ultimate-guard.com have a history of creating multiple rogue software clones and fraudulently charging credit cards. The lack of...


Posted: July 22, 2011 | Category: Rogue Websites
Although unlimguard.com is far from modest about unlimguard.com's anti-spyware product's features, the only thing that unlimguard.com has to offer you is a bundle of fake infection scares. The Ultimate Guard 2011 anti-spyware program that unlimguard.com sells actually is a rogue program that's a copy of other rogue programs, just like unlimguard.com itself is a copy of other websites that are maintained by the same criminals. While repetitively telling you that your PC is infected, unlimguard.com products will fail to provide anything resembling real anti-spyware services. The fake company...


Posted: July 22, 2011 | Category: Rogue Websites
Screenshot Ultimate-scan.com is a member of a ring of websites that are run by the same criminals to market fake anti-spyware programs . Ultimate-scan.com's particular product is Ultimate Scan 2011, a clone of other rogue programs that all use fake security and infection warnings to panic you into spending money. However, buying anything ultimate-scan.com will fund criminals with a known history of stealing money from the same account repeatedly, and our SpywareRemove.com research team recommends canceling any credit card that's used for such a risky transaction. Even the ultimate-scan.com website...


Posted: July 22, 2011 | Category: Rogue Websites
Screenshot The site known as Ultimsecurity.com may look like a real security software website, but everything from its layout to its actual product is borrowed from other fraudulent websites and other fake anti-virus applications. Ultimsecurity.com makes selling ULTIM Security its business, but all of the marketing information that Ultimsecurity.com provides about this scamware product is not only inaccurate but, in fact, directly deceitful. Like a real anti-virus program, ULTIM Security and its many clones will create infection warnings and may even act as though they're scanning your computer,...


Posted: July 22, 2011 | Category: Rogue Websites
Screenshot The Ultimblock.com website is a site that profits off of selling scamware products like Ultim Block , a fake anti-virus application that was first seen in late July of 2011. Since Ultim Block is itself a copy of other rogue anti-virus programs like Ultimate Defender and Ultimate Scan , contact with Ultimblock.com should be considered just as likely to result in malware infections, credit card-stealing attacks and fake infection warnings. Clones of Ultimblock.com rogue anti-virus programs have been seen being distributed by fake online scans and by Trojans that pretend to be browser...


Posted: July 22, 2011 | Category: Rogue Websites
Screenshot Bogemasecurity.com is a website that serves as a home base for the Bogema Security company, a criminal front that makes fraudulent credit card charges and distributes rogue security software. Many rogue product websites like bogemasecurity.com will use browser hijackers or fake system scan ads to redirect your browser and install Bogema Security 2011 and other rogue applications. Although the marketing scheme that sits on top of bogemasecurity.com is slick and professional in appearance, our malware team has determined that the Bogema Security product that bogemasecurity.com sells has no...


Posted: July 22, 2011 | Category: Trojans | Threat Level: 8/10
Trojan.Boupke.gen!A is a malicious computer Trojan which obtains stealthy access to users' computers with the express intention of enabling remote attackers complete access and control of the affected PC. This can result in severe and terrible consequences both for the PC system's security and performance, as well as the user's privacy. The activities the remote attackers will be able to execute on the affected PC will be limited by the logged on user's privileges, but normally involves personal and sensitive data theft like financial information, user names and passwords....


Posted: July 22, 2011 | Category: Trojans | Threat Level: 8/10
Trojan.Win32.Lebag.dcz is a hazardous computer Trojan which invades the PC system secretly and stealthily executes its malicious actions in the background, avoiding detection from the user or any installed security programs. Trojan.Win32.Lebag.dcz can gather and forward your email address book to an email spammer and send unexpected email messages from your computer without your knowledge. File System Modifications The following files were created in the system:


Posted: July 22, 2011 | Category: Trojans | Threat Level: 8/10
Trojan.Win32.Vilsel.azvm is a misleading Trojan infection, which downloads malicious files on to a PC system it corrupted. Trojan.Win32.Vilsel.azvm opens up a backdoor for attackers to gain remote access to your PC. The attackers use Trojan.Win32.Vilsel.azvm to execute a lot of operations such as keystroke logging, data theft, changing or deletion of files. Trojan.Win32.Vilsel.azvm can be installed through email attachments, websites including executable content, software bundling, instant-messaging network, etc. Trojan.Win32.Vilsel.azvm is so complicated to detect and remove from your PC...


Posted: July 22, 2011 | Category: Spyware | Threat Level: 6/10
Generic.dx!baaq is a dangerous generic computer Trojan which can create more malicious codes once it is executed. Generic.dx!baaq will usually attach itself to certain files on the PC system with a try to hide itself inside the normal files. Generic.dx!baaq may also download unwanted corrupt files from the Internet to occupy the computer system's space. Generic.dx!baaq runs in the background and sends outbound traffic. Generic.dx!baaq can slow down your computer's performance. Generic.dx!baaq is a serious threat to PC system's security, so it needs to be removed immediately after detection....


Posted: July 22, 2011 | Category: Trojans | Threat Level: 8/10
Gen.Variant.Kazy is a dangerous Trojan infection which can mess up your reliable windows updates and confirmation processes. Gen.Variant.Kazy allows hackers access the infected computer remotely and steal your personal information. Gen.Variant.Kazy is delivered via fake online malware scanners and bundled security downloads and fake codecs gained from third-party websites. Gen.Variant.Kazy exists inside the windows registry files and starts its operation every time your computer boots up. Gen.Variant.Kazy is a serious risk to your computer, and it needs to be removed immediately before it...


Posted: July 22, 2011 | Category: Trojans | Threat Level: 8/10
Trojan.Win32.Sasfis.blfg is a malicious Trojan infection that is designed to enable remote access to your computer to largely take over precious system resource, track your Internet habits to record/steal your personal information. Trojan.Win32.Sasfis.blfg also downloads additional components before the hackers gain the remote access to the affected computer. Trojan.Win32.Sasfis.blfg spreads and replicates rapidly without you knowing about it. Trojan.Win32.Sasfis.blfg will interfere you with annoying pop-up ads for adults or other noxious websites. Remove Trojan.Win32.Sasfis.blfg as quickly...


Posted: July 21, 2011 | Category: Trojans | Threat Level: 8/10
Trojan-IM.Win32.Faker.a is a seditious computer Trojan that occurs in pop-ups and security alerts shown fake anti-spyware and rogue programs. Trojan-IM.Win32.Faker.a displays a window which pretends to be MSN Messenger dialogue box. Then Trojan-IM.Win32.Faker.a asks computer users to type their MSN's account information into the box so that computer hackers can get your account message if you fill your password as needed. Remove Trojan-IM.Win32.Faker.a from your computer as quickly as possible after detection. File System Modifications The following files were created in the...


Posted: July 21, 2011 | Category: Worms | Threat Level: 5/10
Win32.Worm.Gimmiv.B is a malicious worm infection that can circulate fast over the Internet. Once Win32.Worm.Gimmiv.B enters your computer, hackers get remote access to control your computer without your permission. Win32.Worm.Gimmiv.B can be also used by fake anti-virus software to scare computer users into purchasing registered version of the virus program. Remove Win32.Worm.Gimmiv.B from the infected computer immediately. File System Modifications The following files were created in the system:


Posted: July 21, 2011 | Category: Backdoors | Threat Level: 6/10
Backdoor.Cimuz is a malicious backdoor Trojan that may enable a remote attacker to get unauthorized access to the corrupted PC system. Backdoor.Cimuz will steal personal data such as user name and password via key logging capabilities. Backdoor.Cimuz also collects information like Operating System version, system folder, processor speed, upload folder and system uptime. Backdoor.Cimuz can run itself when Windows is started by placing an entry in the registry. Backdoor.Cimuz can install itself as Layered Service Provider (LSP). Backdoor.Cimuz opens a backdoor on the compromised computer able...


Posted: July 21, 2011 | Category: Keyloggers | Threat Level: 8/10
MonitoringTool:Win32/DouglasKeylogger.A is a malicious monitoring program which monitors users' activities on their PCs such as keystrokes, without their knowledge. MonitoringTool:Win32/DouglasKeylogger.A is delivered in a variety of ways, most notably through bundled software downloads gained from third-party websites. MonitoringTool:Win32/DouglasKeylogger.A is also delivered via Peer-to-Peer chat applications such as Skype and MSN and as well as through malicious email attachments and networks. MonitoringTool:Win32/DouglasKeylogger.A invades the computer system secretly and will not...


Posted: July 21, 2011 | Category: Rogue Websites
Windowsdef.com is a fake anti-virus software website that sells the Fake Windows Defender scamware product. This fake Windows Defender shouldn't be mixed up with the real Microsoft product that uses the same name, since SpywareRemove.com malware researchers haven't found any real anti-virus features or other security functions on the fake Windows Defender. More than that, Windows Defender rogue anti-virus applications are fully capable of creating fake errors and preventing you from using unrelated programs, all for the purpose of frightening you into spending money at windowsdef.com....


Posted: July 21, 2011 | Category: Rogue Websites
As yet another rogue anti-virus software website, eclipseantivirus.com doesn't offer any real security or virus-removal features for your PC, and its trademark software, Eclipse Antivirus , can be considered to be actively dangerous. The criminals responsible for eclipseantivirus.com have been linked to fraudulent credit card bills, deceitful distribution of malicious software and other unsavory activities based on stealing your money or misrepresenting your computer's health. You should ditch any eclipseantivirus.com scamware and use a real anti-virus program instead, since...
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