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Windows Defender detects and removes this threat.
You should also update your software to be fully protected.
It belongs to the Blacole family of malware, which together are known as the Blacole (or "Blackhole") exploit kit.
When you visit a malicious or compromised website, Blacole scans your computer for vulnerabilities or weaknesses in your software. It then uses those vulnerabilities to download malware onto your computer:
Typically, the Blacole exploit kit attempts to exploit vulnerabilities in applications such as Oracle Java, Sun Java, Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader.