Tuesday, 24 November 2015

Adware Virus Turns Out Trick-Through Certificates

An adware family that has been active for several years used a new trick to disable virus scanners and other security software on computers, so it is regarded as a trojan. Once the active adware start a variety of tasks that show advertisements on the computer.

In addition, all shortcuts to be adjusted at the desktop, taskbar and Start menu. What is new is that the adware 13 certificates of anti-virus companies such as Avast, AVG, BitDefender, McAfee, and Malwarebytes, now classifies as 'not trusted'.Therefore applications such certificates can not be started. Because of this method, anti-malware Malwarebytes company decided to brand the adware henceforth as a trojan.

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