Last night while watching S2-E2 of “White Collar” on Netflix my Avast antivirus started popping up repeatedly that a threat was detected:
Infection: VBS:Bicololo-CE [Trj]
I shut down the tab it was streaming on and updated/scanned with Malwarebytes. Nothing found. I tried to watch the end of that episode several times and the same thing kept happening. Any ideas?
What is VBS:Bicololo-CE [Trj]?
According to some antiviruses (MacAfee and Avast), VBS:Bicololo-CE [Trj] is a Trojan horse that can affect various operating systems including Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, and more. It was first discovered in 2013 and still has influence over the years. This dangerous Trojan is often distributed via spam e-mails, malicious or hacked web pages, Internet Relay Chat (IRC), peer-to-peer networks, etc. You should pay attention to all these channels in case VBS:Bicololo-CE [Trj] gets in your computer without your knowledge. Read More →
Hi all, my computer seemed infected by some malware. So I ran a scan for my system. And then Kaspersky found the Trojan Win32.Inject.vktx but couldn’t remove it. How do I remove it? Thank you in advance for your help.
What is Trojan Win32.Inject.vktx?
Trojan Win32.Inject.vktx is regarded as a dangerous infection that will cause a series of problems to the infected computer. Designed by cyber criminals, this Trojan infection can affect computers running Windows OS. If you find this dangerous infection in your computer, you should take immediate actions to solve it.
Commonly, this Trojan is spread in various ways. It is distributed via spam emails, peer to peer share files, infected software, malicious links and pop-ups, etc. Once inside, it will compromise and corrupt your system files. Besides, there are still some other harmful activities performed by this Trojan. Read More →
I downloaded a copy of Audacity audio processing program. It appears that I have also downloaded unwanted Adware.
Whenever I run IE I get a warning from Kaspersky.
I choose the “delete” option for each of the three files, but the warning returns next time I start IE. How do I clean out the Adware altogether?
What is Adware.JS.Znooser?
Adware.JS.Znooser is an adware infection that will sneaks into your computer without your knowledge and permission via infected software, spam emails, torrent files, or corrupt websites. This adware has ability to affect Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7, and Windows Vista. Once inside, it will generate a variety of deceptive and nasty advertisements to your computer.
Some antivirus programs also recognize it as a Trojan infection that may bring more damages to your system and lead to a serious of troubles. Here are some examples.
- It can change your browser settings and mess up your browsing activity;
- It can trigger random popups and redirects to your web browsers;
- It can modify or even delete your system files;
- It can download malicious files or codes to your computer;
- It can exploit loopholes and open backdoor for other malware infection;
- It can take up memory space and system resources;
- It can record your browsing history and steal your important login details;
- It can download more threats to your computer and slow your computer.
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