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Updated on Nov 15, 2011
Exploit:SWF/Blacole.D is the detection for malicious code within specially crafted Adobe Shockwave (.SWF) files. The malicious files are commonly distributed via an exploit kit, known as "Blackhole", within compromised webpages.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Nov 17, 2011
Exploit:Java/Blacole.W is the detection for the Java class module included in "worms.jar" that is part of the "Blackhole" exploit pack. The file "worms.jar" is an applet that exploits the vulnerability in Java Runtime Environment described in CVE-2010-0840.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Dec 29, 2011
Exploit:SWF/Blacole.O is a detection for malicious code within specially crafted Adobe Shockwave Flash (.SWF) files. The malicious files are commonly distributed via an exploit kit, known as "Blackhole", within compromised webpages.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Dec 22, 2011
Exploit:Java/Blacole.BR is malicious Java code that exploits a vulnerability in the Java Runtime Environment component of Oracle Java SE and Java for Business that allows the execution of arbitrary code. The vulnerability is further described in CVE-2010-0840.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Dec 06, 2011
Exploit:SWF/Blacole.J is a malicious Adobe Shockwave Flash (.SWF) file, distributed as part of the "Blackhole" exploit kit, that exploits a vulnerability described in CVE-2011-2110. Successful exploitation by the malware could result in downloading and executing arbitrary files.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Dec 20, 2011
Exploit:Java/Blacole.BD is malicious Java code that exploits a vulnerability in the Java Runtime Environment component of Oracle Java SE and Java for Business that allows the execution of arbitrary code. The vulnerability is further described in CVE-2010-0840.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Dec 16, 2011
Exploit:Java/Blacole.BI is malicious Java code that exploits a vulnerability in the Java Runtime Environment component of Oracle Java SE and Java for Business that allows the execution of arbitrary code. The vulnerability is further described in CVE-2010-0840.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Dec 16, 2011
Exploit:SWF/Blacole.K is a malicious Adobe Shockwave (.SWF) code that exploits a vulnerability in certain versions of Adobe Flash Player that could result in redirecting the web browser or downloading and executing arbitrary files. The vulnerability is discussed in the following...
Alert level: severe
Updated on Nov 03, 2011
Exploit:SWF/Blacole.A is a detection for malicious code within specially crafted Adobe Shockwave flash (.SWF) files. The malicious files are commonly distributed via an exploit kit, known as "Blackhole", within compromised webpages. The malware is capable of redirecting a web browser to another...
Alert level: severe
Updated on Jan 17, 2012
Exploit:SWF/Blacole.R is a malicious Adobe Shockwave Flash (.SWF) file, distributed as part of the "Blackhole" exploit kit, that exploits a vulnerability described in CVE-2011-2110. Successful exploitation by the malware could result in downloading and executing arbitrary...
Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 03, 2012
Exploit:Java/Blacole.CY is malicious Java code that exploits a vulnerability that allows the execution of arbitrary code. The vulnerability is further described in CVE-2010-0840; successful exploitation may lead to remote code execution.
Alert level: severe
Updated on May 01, 2016
Windows Defender detects and removes this family of threats. You should also update your software to be fully protected. The Blacole exploit pack tries to infect your PC with other malware, such as trojans and viruses. It also known as "Blackhole". See our page about exploits and...
Alert level: severe
Updated on Jul 24, 2013
Windows Defender detects and removes this threat. Exploit:JS/Coolex.D is script contained within an exploit pack known as the "Cool exploit kit". It can install arbitrary malware on your computer through exploiting software vulnerabilities in Java version 7, update 17 and earlier. As the Cool...
Also detected as: JS/BlacoleRef.W.320(Avira)
Alert level: severe
Updated on Nov 07, 2012
Trojan:HTML/BlacoleRef.B is a malicious HTML file used by the Blacole (Blackhole) exploit kit. If the file is loaded within a computer with a vulnerability exploited by Blacole, it may download and execute arbitrary files.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Mar 20, 2012
Trojan:JS/BlacoleRef.V is a malicious JavaScript that is used by an exploit kit known as "Blackhole". If the script is run within a vulnerable computer environment, it could lead to the download and execution of arbitrary files. For more information about the Blackhole exploit kit, please see the...
Alert level: severe
Updated on Aug 13, 2013
Windows Defender detects and removes this threat. You should also update your software to be fully protected. This threat is a type of malware which tries to infect your computer with other malware, such as trojans and viruses. It belongs to the Blacole family of malware, which...
Alert level: severe
Updated on Aug 13, 2013
Windows Defender detects and removes this threat. You should also update your software to be fully protected. This threat is a type of malware which tries to infect your computer with other malware, such as trojans and viruses. It belongs to the Blacole family of malware, which...
Alert level: severe
Updated on Sep 10, 2013
Windows Defender detects and removes this threat. This threat uses your Internet browser to attack your PC and infect it with other malware. It belongs to the Blacole family of malware.  Blacole trojans exploit a vulnerability in your Internet browser when you visit a...
Alert level: severe
Updated on Dec 05, 2012
Trojan:JS/BlacoleRef.CL is a detection name for an obfuscated JavaScript, often found inserted into compromised websites. This threat is designed to load a hidden IFrame that loads behind the user's browser, redirecting it to an exploit server known as "Blackhole".
Alert level: severe
Updated on Nov 20, 2012
Trojan:JS/BlacoleRef.CT is a detection name for an obfuscated JavaScript, often found inserted into compromised websites. This threat is designed to load a hidden IFrame that loads behind the user's browser, redirecting it to an exploit server known as "Blackhole".
Alert level: severe