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Rogue:Win32/SpySheriff
Description: SpySheriff is the Microsoft scanner detection name for a product called SpySheriff and several similar products, including SpyShredder, BraveSentry, DiaRemover, MalwareAlarm, Mr. Antispy, PestTrap, PestWiper, SpyTrooper, SpyDemolisher, and SpyMarshal. SpySheriff may be installed without user...
Published Date: Dec 04, 2007
Alert level: Severe

Rogue:Win32/SpySheriff
Description: SpySheriff may be installed without user consent, and may then display a dialog box suggesting malware has been found, and prompting the user to buy software to remove the malware that doesn't exist. SpySheriff may download and install program updates without notifying the user.
Published Date: Aug 20, 2013
Alert level: Severe

TrojanDownloader:Win32/Renos.gen!K
Aliases: Program:Win32/SpySheriff (Microsoft)
Description: Renos is a family of Trojans that displays messages reporting that the user's current security software is malfunctioning and that new security software should be downloaded. The message is false and misleading, and it is intended to encourage users into downloading and/or purchasing third-party...
Published Date: May 25, 2010
Alert level: Severe

Trojan:Win32/Renos.gen!AG
Description: Trojan:Win32/Renos.gen!AG is a trojan that downloads potentially unwanted software such as SpyShredder, a rogue security program that displays misleading alerts regarding computer problems or falsely reports detections of malicious files on the affected machine.
Published Date: May 25, 2010
Alert level: Severe

Trojan:Win32/Busky.gen!dll
Description: Win32/Busky is a family of Trojans that monitor and redirect Internet traffic, gather system information and download potentially unwanted software such as Win32/Renos and Win32/SpySheriff. Win32/Busky may be installed by a Web browser exploit or other vulnerability when visiting a malicious Web...
Published Date: May 17, 2010
Alert level: Severe

TrojanDropper:Win32/Busky.gen
Description: TrojanDropper:Win32/Busky.gen is a dropper component of the Win32/Busky family of Trojans. The Win32/Busky Trojans monitor and redirect Internet traffic, gather system information and download potentially unwanted software such as Win32/Renos and Win32/SpySheriff. Win32/Busky may be installed by...
Published Date: May 26, 2010
Alert level: Severe

Trojan:Win32/Busky.gen
Description: Win32/Busky is a family of Trojans that monitor and redirect Internet traffic, gather system information and download potentially unwanted software such as Win32/Renos and Win32/SpySheriff. Win32/Busky may be installed by a Web browser exploit or other vulnerability when visiting a malicious Web...
Published Date: May 17, 2010
Alert level: Severe

TrojanDownloader:Win32/Renos.AY
Description: TrojanDownloader:Win32/Renos.AY a generic detection for a component of certain variants of TrojanDownloader:Win32/Renos, a family of trojan downloaders that automatically download potentially unwanted software such as SpySheriff, SpyAxe, SpyFalcon, SpyDawn, SpywareStrike, and other similarly named...
Published Date: Apr 11, 2011
Alert level: Severe

TrojanDropper:Win32/Renos.N
Description: The Win32/Renos family automatically downloads potentially unwanted software such as SpySheriff, SpyAxe, SpyFalcon, SpyDawn, SpywareStrike, and other similarly named programs. These programs typically present erroneous warnings claiming the system is infected with spyware and offer to remove the...
Published Date: Apr 11, 2011
Alert level: Severe

Trojan:Win32/Busky.C
Description: Trojan:Win32/Busky.C is a Trojan that monitors and redirects Internet traffic, gathers system information and downloads potentially unwanted software such as Win32/Renos and Win32/SpySheriff. Trojan:Win32/Busky.C may be installed by a Web browser exploit or other vulnerability when visiting a...
Published Date: Apr 11, 2011
Alert level: Severe



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