14 entries found.
Updated on Mar 22, 2015
Alert level: severe
Updated on Oct 28, 2014

Windows Defender detects and removes this threat.

Worms automatically spread to other PCs. They can do this in a number of ways, including by copying themselves to removable drives, network folders, or spreading via email.

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Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 11, 2011
Worm:Win32/Ainslot.B is a worm that spreads via removable drives and instant messenger networks. It also contains backdoor functionality, allowing a remote attacker to perform a number of actions on the affected computer.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 11, 2011
Worm:Win32/Ainslot.C is a worm - a self-propagating program that can spread itself from one computer to another. Worms may spread themselves via a variety of different channels in order to compromise new computers. Commonly, worms may spread directly by copying themselves to removable or network drives, or by attempting to exploit particular vulnerabilities on targeted computers. Worms also often attempt to spread via platforms that require user interaction in order to run. They may send themselves as an attachment to an email or an instant message, or send a link to a copy of themselves in the body of a message. In these cases the message needs to be convincing enough to encourage the victim to click on the link or attachment and run or download a copy of the worm.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Jun 21, 2011

TrojanDownloader:VBS/Ainslot.A is a trojan that connects to a remote server to download a certain file. As of this writing, the server is unavailable.

Alert level: severe
Updated on Jun 25, 2012
Worm:Win32/Ainslot.M is a worm - a self-propagating program that can spread itself from one computer to another. Worms may spread themselves via a variety of different channels in order to compromise new computers. Commonly, worms may spread directly by copying themselves to removable or network drives, or by attempting to exploit particular vulnerabilities on targeted computers. Worms also often attempt to spread via platforms that require user interaction in order to run. They may send themselves as an attachment to an email or an instant message, or send a link to a copy of themselves in the body of a message. In these cases the message needs to be convincing enough to encourage the victim to click on the link or attachment and run or download a copy of the worm.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Nov 04, 2014

Windows Defender detects and removes this threat.

This worm can make changes to your PC's security settings and contact a remote host for further instructions.

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Alert level: severe
Updated on Jun 01, 2015
This is a generic detection for malicious files that are obfuscated using particular techniques to prevent their detection or analysis.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Sep 24, 2011

Trojan:MSIL/Gillver.A is a trojan that drops and executes other malware detected as Worm:Win32/Cambot.A and Worm:Win32/Ainslot.A.

Alert level: severe
Updated on Oct 13, 2014
This is a generic detection for malicious files that are obfuscated using particular techniques to prevent their detection or analysis.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Feb 10, 2014

Windows Defender Antivirus detects and removes this threat.

This threat is a malicious web page designed to lure you into downloading other malware, including Worm:Win32/Ainslot.A. It needs you to have Java installed before it can infect your PC. The malicious web page tries to get you to download Java by claiming you need it to view the page properly. 

A link to the page can be sent to you in a spam email message.

Alert level: severe
Updated on Jan 24, 2017

Windows Defender Antivirus detects and removes this threat.

The threat steals your email, social media, online banking, and online game credentials. It does this by logging your keystrokes and monitoring your browsing activites.

It may be downloaded TrojanDownloader:O97M/Donoff.

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Alert level: severe
Updated on Aug 13, 2014

Windows Defender detects and removes this threat.

This threat can perform a number of actions of a malicious hacker's choice on your PC. It downloads and installs other programs onto your PC without your consent, including other malware.

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Alert level: severe
Updated on Mar 21, 2016

Windows Defender detects and removes this threat.

This family of hacktools are used to patch or "crack" some software so it will run without a valid license or genuine product key.

Don't run this hacktool as it can be associated with malware or unwanted software.

In the past, we have seen malware on many PCs where hacktools are detected. You can read more in Volume 13 of the Security Intelligence Report.

Alert level: high