Posted: July 18, 2013

Suspicious.Cloud.7.EP Description

Suspicious.Cloud.7.EP is a kernel-mode rootkit, which is similar to the rootkits of the TDL family. Suspicious.Cloud.7.EP uses advanced techniques to disguise its existence on the compromised PC. Suspicious.Cloud.7.EP is able to function on both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows systems from a single installer. Suspicious.Cloud.7.EP includes aggressive self-defense functionality and works as a sophisticated delivery platform for other malware threats. Suspicious.Cloud.7.EP spreads through malicious websites, or genuine websites that have been hijacked. Suspicious.Cloud.7.EP can affect the vulnerable computer through exploit kits that use vulnerabilities on the PC to install itself without the victim's permission and knowledge. Suspicious.Cloud.7.EP can also circulate via spam email attachments or links to malicious websites. Suspicious.Cloud.7.EP also prevails on peer-to-peer file sharing websites and is often packed with pirated or illegally downloaded applications.

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