Computer virus is a broad range of threats that can harm the computer in distinctive ways. Each type of computer virus was made for specific purpose of attacking the system and attains its malicious objective.


Win32:Morto.P is a polymorphic file infector virus. This threat can infect executable files it may found on removable drives, local drives, and shared network drives. The virus will append its code to the last section of the file, increasing its size to around 47KB. When running on the computer, Win32:Morto.P may connect to an Internet address and download more threats. (more…)


Suspicious.Cloud is a detection mechanism created to identify new malware threats without using the conventional signatures. Any files identified with this name are deemed harmful. Attackers intentionally morph this malware to evade antivirus scanners. Since Suspicious.Cloud is a usual detection, there are no common symptoms except for an alert initiated when antivirus software detects unnatural activity on the system. (more…)


Win32:Vitro Detection

Win32:Vitro is a detection for a variant of a polymorphic virus that has identical characteristics. This threat will infect executable files in order to spread itself on computers and network environment. Upon installation, this virus may establish a connection so that remote attacker may gain control on the infected computer. Win32:Vitro can also steal sensitive data such as user name, password, and relevant information.



Bloodhound.Spload is a generic detection for files that will try to infect the computer by taking advantage of the Print Spooler Service Impersonation Vulnerability. This virus may spread by infecting removable drives and unsafe shared network drives. (more…)


W32/Ramnit.a is a virus that is self-replicating. It usually propagates via unsecured network connection and removable USB drives including flash drive, writable CD and external hard disk drives. W32/Ramnit.a also spreads by infecting file on the system that is shared on a network environment. (more…)


Rogue:JS/FakeAV is a detection for another variant of a group of Trojan that spreads fake antivirus programs. Flashing of Rogue:JS/FakeAV infection denotes that malicious HTML or JavaScript file is detected on the computer. This virus attempts to lure you into downloading a copy of a rogue program. (more…)


W32.Daprosy is a worm that will sneak into computers via malicious email attachments. When the attached file is executed, W32.Daprosy will infect network drives, fixed, and USB removable drives. It will send itself onto victims computers email contacts to further propagate the infection. (more…)

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[email protected] is a MS Excel macro virus that will infect any open spreadsheet document. It will gather contact details from an infected computer especially email addresses in Microsoft Outlook. [email protected] then sends a copy of itself to all addresses attaching itself in the body of the email that will play trick to let user execute the file. (more…)


W32.Aboc is a computer virus that will propagate on USB removable drives and infects the system with another virus called W32.Virut.CF. W32.Aboc is also capable of downloading additional threats from a remote server and executes it on the affected computer. By making some changes on the system, this virus may be able to hide its presence and avoid antivirus detection. (more…)


XF.Padrepex is a macro virus created specifically for Microsoft Excel program. This threat will insert itself on any Microsoft .XLS files found on the compromised computer. (more…)