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Updated on Sep 23, 2013

Microsoft security software detects and removes this family of threats.

You should also update your software to be fully protected.

These threats are part of the Blacole family of malware. For more information, see our Blacole family description.

Alert level: severe
Updated on Sep 23, 2013

Microsoft security software detects and removes this family of threats.

You should also update your software to be fully protected.

These threats are part of the Blacole family of malware. For more information, see our Blacole family description.

Alert level: severe
Updated on Sep 23, 2013

Microsoft security software detects and removes this family of threats.

You should also update your software to be fully protected.

These threats are part of the Blacole family of malware. For more information, see our Blacole family description.

Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 16, 2014

Microsoft security software detects and removes this family of threats.

You should also update your software to be fully protected.

These threats are part of the Blacole family of malware. For more information, see our Blacole family description.

Find out ways that malware can get on your PC.

Alert level: severe
Updated on Mar 03, 2014

Windows Defender detects and removes this threat.

You should also update your software to be fully protected.

This threat is part of the Blacole family of malware. For more information, see our Blacole family description.

Alert level: severe
Updated on May 07, 2012

Java/Blacole.ET is a detection for a component of the Blackhole exploit kit - a kit used by attackers to distribute malware. Attackers install the kit onto a server, and then when you visit the compromised server, the kit attempts to exploit various, multiple vulnerabilities on your computer in order to install malware. For example, if you browsed a compromised website containing the exploit pack using a vulnerable computer, malware could be downloaded and installed onto your computer.

Typically, the Blackhole exploit kit attempts to exploit vulnerabilities in applications such as Oracle Java, Sun Java, Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader.

For more information on this exploit kit, and steps you can take to avoid being compromised, please see the detailed Blacole description, elsewhere in our encyclopedia.

Alert level: severe
Updated on May 14, 2012

Java/Blacole.EY is a detection for a component of the Blackhole exploit kit - a kit used by attackers to distribute malware. Attackers install the kit onto a server, and then when you visit the compromised server, the kit attempts to exploit various, multiple vulnerabilities on your computer in order to install malware. For example, if you browsed a compromised website containing the exploit pack using a vulnerable computer, malware could be downloaded and installed onto your computer.

Typically, the Blackhole exploit kit attempts to exploit vulnerabilities in applications such as Oracle Java, Sun Java, Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader.

For more information on this exploit kit, and steps you can take to avoid being compromised, please see the detailed Blacole description, elsewhere in our encyclopedia.

Alert level: severe
Updated on May 07, 2012

JS/Blacole.AU is a detection for a component of the Blackhole exploit kit - a kit used by attackers to distribute malware. Attackers install the kit onto a server, and then when you visit the compromised server, the kit attempts to exploit various, multiple vulnerabilities on your computer in order to install malware. For example, if you browsed a compromised website containing the exploit pack using a vulnerable computer, malware could be downloaded and installed onto your computer.

Typically, the Blackhole exploit kit attempts to exploit vulnerabilities in applications such as Oracle Java, Sun Java, Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader.

For more information on this exploit kit, and steps you can take to avoid being compromised, please see the detailed Blacole description, elsewhere in our encyclopedia.

Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 03, 2012

Exploit:Java/Blacole.ES is malicious Java code that exploits a vulnerability that allows the execution of arbitrary code. The vulnerability is further described in CVE-2011-3544; successful exploitation may lead to remote code execution.

Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 11, 2012

Exploit:JS/Blacole.DC is a variant of JS/Blacole, JavaScript malware that consists of several exploits and is created by the "Blackhole" exploit kit.

Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 14, 2014

This threat has been renamed to VirTool:JS/Obfuscator.FG.

Alert level: severe
Updated on Nov 20, 2012

Exploit:Java/Blacole.FU is a detection for a component of the Blackhole exploit kit - a kit used by attackers to distribute malware. Attackers install the kit onto a server, and then when you visit the compromised server, the kit attempts to exploit various, multiple vulnerabilities on your computer in order to install malware. For example, if you browsed a compromised website containing the exploit pack using a vulnerable computer, malware could be downloaded and installed onto your computer.

Typically, the Blackhole exploit kit attempts to exploit vulnerabilities in applications such as Oracle Java, Sun Java, Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader.

For more information on this exploit kit, and steps you can take to avoid being compromised, please see the detailed Blacole description, elsewhere in our encyclopedia.

Alert level: severe
Updated on Nov 20, 2012

Exploit:JS/BlacoleJQ is a detection for a component of the Blackhole exploit kit - a kit used by attackers to distribute malware. Attackers install the kit onto a server, and then when you visit the compromised server, the kit attempts to exploit various, multiple vulnerabilities on your computer in order to install malware. For example, if you browsed a compromised website containing the exploit pack using a vulnerable computer, malware could be downloaded and installed onto your computer.

Typically, the Blackhole exploit kit attempts to exploit vulnerabilities in applications such as Oracle Java, Sun Java, Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader.

For more information on this exploit kit, and steps you can take to avoid being compromised, please see the detailed Blacole description, elsewhere in our encyclopedia.

Alert level: severe
Updated on Nov 08, 2011

Exploit:JS/Blacole.J is a JavaScript component of an exploit kit distributed as "Blackhole kit". It is used to execute exploit code in different Internet browsers.

Alert level: severe
Updated on May 07, 2012

JS/Blacole is a detection for a component of the Blackhole exploit kit - a kit used by attackers to distribute malware. Attackers install the kit onto a server, and then when you visit the compromised server, the kit attempts to exploit various, multiple vulnerabilities on your computer in order to install malware. For example, if you browsed a compromised website containing the exploit pack using a vulnerable computer, malware could be downloaded and installed onto your computer.

Typically, the Blackhole exploit kit attempts to exploit vulnerabilities in applications such as Oracle Java, Sun Java, Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader.

For more information on this exploit kit, and steps you can take to avoid being compromised, please see the detailed Blacole description, elsewhere in our encyclopedia.

Alert level: severe
Updated on May 07, 2012

JS/Blacole.BM is a detection for a component of the Blackhole exploit kit - a kit used by attackers to distribute malware. Attackers install the kit onto a server, and then when you visit the compromised server, the kit attempts to exploit various, multiple vulnerabilities on your computer in order to install malware. For example, if you browsed a compromised website containing the exploit pack using a vulnerable computer, malware could be downloaded and installed onto your computer.

Typically, the Blackhole exploit kit attempts to exploit vulnerabilities in applications such as Oracle Java, Sun Java, Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader.

For more information on this exploit kit, and steps you can take to avoid being compromised, please see the detailed Blacole description, elsewhere in our encyclopedia.

Alert level: severe
Updated on May 08, 2012

JS/Blacole.BO is a detection for a component of the Blackhole exploit kit - a kit used by attackers to distribute malware. Attackers install the kit onto a server, and then when you visit the compromised server, the kit attempts to exploit various, multiple vulnerabilities on your computer in order to install malware. For example, if you browsed a compromised website containing the exploit pack using a vulnerable computer, malware could be downloaded and installed onto your computer.

Typically, the Blackhole exploit kit attempts to exploit vulnerabilities in applications such as Oracle Java, Sun Java, Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader.

For more information on this exploit kit, and steps you can take to avoid being compromised, please see the detailed Blacole description, elsewhere in our encyclopedia.

Alert level: severe
Updated on May 09, 2012

JS/Blacole.CE is a detection for a component of the Blackhole exploit kit - a kit used by attackers to distribute malware. Attackers install the kit onto a server, and then when you visit the compromised server, the kit attempts to exploit various, multiple vulnerabilities on your computer in order to install malware. For example, if you browsed a compromised website containing the exploit pack using a vulnerable computer, malware could be downloaded and installed onto your computer.

Typically, the Blackhole exploit kit attempts to exploit vulnerabilities in applications such as Oracle Java, Sun Java, Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader.

For more information on this exploit kit, and steps you can take to avoid being compromised, please see the detailed Blacole description, elsewhere in our encyclopedia.

Alert level: severe
Updated on Mar 06, 2012
Exploit:JS/Blacole.AO is the detection for malicious JavaScript that loads a series of other exploits that are distributed as components of the "Blackhole kit". If the computer runs a vulnerable version of certain software and exploitation is successful, various malware may be downloaded.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Mar 06, 2012

Exploit:JS/Blacole.BT is the detection for obfuscated JavaScript often found distributed through compromised websites. Successful exploitation leads to the download and installation of other malware.

Alert level: severe