MalwareBy Gina on July 22, 2009 | Malware
I-Worm.Trojan.b is an imaginary threat reported by rogue security programs. It is usually detected by System Security , System Security 2009 and other fake anti-spyware applications.I-Worm.Trojan can’t do any real damage because this worm simply does not exist. Fraudulent programs offer deleting the infection after user pays for a full version. Do not trust websites and software that report I-Worm.Trojan.b as a real threat. Read more.By Gina on July 22, 2009 | Malware
Gphone.exe is a dangerous worm; once on board a computer, it blocks security applications.Gphone infects computers by tricking people into downloading the infection manually. It sends a message via instant messengers inviting contacts to click a link. Visiting a website automatically installs Gphone.exe on victim’s machine. Read more.By Bryan on July 21, 2009 | Malware
Win32.Skynet.Q is a dangerous trojan because it’s designed to install and run other computer infections on a compromised machine. Win32.Skynet.Q may do much damage if no security tools are used as it functions secretly without being noticed with the naked eye.Not every case of Win32.Skynet.Q is troubling. The trojan is often reported by rogue anti-spyware applications to intimidate people into purchasing the fake programs. If your security tools report Skynet. Read more.By Jason on July 21, 2009 | Malware
Vitro a.k.a. Win32:Vitro trojan spreads via fake video codecs. Luckily, the Win32.Vitro has to be installed manually, so it’s easy to avoid. People are requested to install a fake media codec after downloading a movie or video from a fraudulent website. The codec hides Vitro infection.Vitro trojan corrupts various executable files and essential system files. It’s important to delete the infection before it does irreparable damage. Read more.By Luciana on July 21, 2009 | Malware
Backdoor.Tidserv!inf is dangerous infection for several reasons. This trojan is able to corrupt important system files; this way it can do much damage if it isn’t removed in time. Backdoor.Tidserv!inf also downloads and installs other malware automatically on the infected machine.Tidserv!inf trojan is difficult to spot and to remove because it runs secretly in a background and it sets itself to run every time a computer boots. Read more.