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5 entries found.
Updated on Apr 11, 2011
Trojan:Win32/Sefnit.A is a trojan that may inject itself into Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox to hijack the search results for various search engines.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 11, 2011
TrojanDownloader:Win32/Cutwail.AZ is a member of Win32/Cutwail - a multi-component family of malware that downloads and executes arbitrary files. This functionality is mostly used to install additional Cutwail components, and other malware on an affected machine. In general, the Cutwail family is used to compromise machines and direct them in various ways at the attacker's will, usually for monetary gain. This could include using the affected machine to distribute additional malware, send spam, generate 'pay per click' advertising revenue, harvest e-mail addresses, and break captchas. Its components are varied, but include trojan downloaders and droppers, spammers, and viruses. Cutwail also employs a rootkit and other defensive techniques to avoid detection and removal.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 11, 2011
TrojanDownloader:Win32/Cutwail.BA is a member of Win32/Cutwail - a multi-component family of malware that downloads and executes arbitrary files. This functionality is mostly used to install additional Cutwail components, and other malware on an affected machine. In general, the Cutwail family is used to compromise machines and direct them in various ways at the attacker's will, usually for monetary gain. This could include using the affected machine to distribute additional malware, send spam, generate 'pay per click' advertising revenue, harvest e-mail addresses, and break captchas. Its components are varied, but include trojan downloaders and droppers, spammers, and viruses. Cutwail also employs a rootkit and other defensive techniques to avoid detection and removal.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 11, 2011
TrojanDownloader:Win32/Cutwail.AY is a member of Win32/Cutwail - a multi-component family of malware that downloads and executes arbitrary files. This functionality is mostly used to install additional Cutwail components, and other malware on an affected machine. In general, the Cutwail family is used to compromise machines and direct them in various ways at the attacker's will, usually for monetary gain. This could include using the affected machine to distribute additional malware, send spam, generate 'pay per click' advertising revenue, harvest e-mail addresses, and break captchas. Its components are varied, but include trojan downloaders and droppers, spammers, and viruses. Cutwail also employs a rootkit and other defensive techniques to avoid detection and removal.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Sep 14, 2014
Windows Defender Antivirus detects and removes this threat.
 
This threat can download other malware onto your PC.
 
See the Win32/Cutwail entry for more information.
 
Alert level: severe