Worm

Win32.Unruy.Gen1

Win32.Unruy.Gen1 or Win32/Unruy is a computer Trojan that will attempt to connect to a remote host and download additional threat on to already compromised computer. Win32.Unruy.Gen1 also carries annoyances including removal of Windows files, schedule a task, and perform other malicious actions. (more…)

W32.Gammima.AG

W32.Gammima.AG is a harmful visual basic script worm that can penetrate a computer is various ways. Normally, this worm is acquired by computer users who follow malicious links that comes from social networking sites and spam email messages. (more…)

Worm:VBS/Jenxcus.K

Worm:VBS/Jenxcus.K is a harmful visual basic script worm that can penetrate a computer is various ways. Normally, this worm is acquired by computer users who follow malicious links that comes from social networking sites and spam email messages. There are instances that Trojans are used to spread Worm:VBS/Jenxcus.K into computers. (more…)

Worm:Win32/Conficker.gen!E

Worm:Win32/Conficker.gen!E is a generic detection for a computer worm that is part of Win32/Conficker group. This variant is an update code for previous versions of the threat. It is noticed that this multi-component worm carries various payloads once it is executed on the computer. In particular, Worm:Win32/Conficker.gen!E are made to inject various harmful code on system files. This method is useful to conceal the presence of the threat. Only the legitimate system process will be visible running on the PC. (more…)

VirTool:INF/Autorun.gen!F

VirTool:INF/Autorun.gen!F detection

VirTool:INF/Autorun.gen!F is a traditional detection for a harmful version of “autorun.inf” file. Computer viruses and trojan drops this file for specific purposes. The file is made to instantly run a malware file taking advantage of Windows’ autorun feature. This action leads to malware execution or installation of rogue products. You must realize that there are legal copies of autorun.inf file that are normally found on legitimate discs. (more…)

W32.Greypac!html

W32.Greypac!html is a generic detection to identify .htm and .php files that were infected with W32.Greypac virus. This threat will spread by making a copy of itself to shared Internet folders and other locations of the compromised PC. It then, infects other web files by injecting a javascript code to execute a remotely available javascript file. (more…)

JS.Proslikefan

JS.Proslikefan detection

JS.Proslikefan is detection for a malicious Java Script worm that influences social networking activities on the compromised system. It normally spreads on harmful sites and unsafe file-sharing networks. JS.Proslikefan also deploys locally through mapped network drives, removable drives, and file-sharing software. When it enters the computer, JS.Proslikefan makes a duplicate version of itself on various folders. (more…)

W32.Crisis

W32.Crisis is a computer worm that circulates through removable drives. Backdoor module of this virus can open a door for remote attacker to access the infected computer. Harmful actions like identity theft and key logging activities are completed through this approach. W32.Crisis also monitors certain online activities by user such as web browsing and online messaging. This threat also reduces security settings and disable antivirus program. (more…)

W32.Disttrack

W32.Disttrack is a computer worm that has harmful effects on files inside the infected computer. It can append a code to these files and makes them unusable. This worm intends to deploy a copy by infecting files on network-shared resources. Multiple components of W32.Disttrack will perform unique tasks once its infiltrates a computer. (more…)

W32.Gauss

W32.Gauss is a computer worm that may grant attacker an access to infected computer. This threat also installs a plug-in for Firefox to obtain saved data like browsing history, user name, passwords, and Internet cookies. Due to the multi-component nature of W32.Gauss, actions may differ from one infection to another. Level of damage may vary depending on the added module in the system. (more…)