SecurityEssentialFraud is a detection for false parasites associated with the Microsoft Security Essentials rogue antispyware program. SecurityEssentialFraud reports that false or exaggerated threats are present on the system in order to urge users to purchase Microsoft Security Essentials, which is a useless, fake product.
File System Modifications
- The following files were created in the system:
# File Name 1 %AppData%\hotfix.exe 2 %Windir%\Tasks\At18.job 3 %Windir%\Tasks\At19.job 4 %Windir%\Tasks\At2.job 5 %Windir%\Tasks\At20.job 6 %Windir%\Tasks\At21.job 7 %Windir%\Tasks\At22.job 8 %Windir%\Tasks\At23.job 9 %Windir%\Tasks\At24.job 10 %Windir%\Tasks\At4.job 11 %Windir%\Tasks\At5.job 12 %Windir%\Tasks\At6.job 13 %Windir%\Tasks\At7.job 14 %Windir%\Tasks\At8.job 15 %Windir%\Tasks\At9.job 16 Windir%\Tasks\At3.job
- The following newly produced Registry Values are:
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