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Published Feb 02, 2011 | Updated Apr 16, 2011

BrowserModifier:Win32/CommonName

High |Detected with Windows Defender Antivirus

Aliases: Trojan-Downloader.Win32.Turown.c (Kaspersky) DR/Dldr.Turown.B (Avira) Adware.CommonName (Dr.Web) Trojan-Downloader.Win32.Turown (Ikarus) Adware-CommonName (McAfee) CommonName (Sunbelt Software) TSPY_PASSVIEW.AU (Trend Micro)

Summary

BrowserModifier:Win32/CommonName may be present as a Web Browser Helper Object (BHO) and may change the Internet Explorer search page. BrowserModifier:Win32/CommonName is usually bundled with other programs.
BrowserModifier:Win32/CommonName may place an uninstaller entry in Control Panel>Add or Remove Programs (Windows XP) or Control Panel>Programs>Uninstall a Program (Windows Vista and Windows 7). The entry name may be called "CommonName". If an uninstaller is not available or if you do not want to use the uninstaller that is provided, you can use the following scanning and removal tools to detect and remove "CommonName" and other unwanted software from your computer:
 
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